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Friday, December 17, 2010

Herbal Support For Shingles

Stress and physical illness can trigger our immune system to react and defend. If there is not a pathogenic organism attacking our body, the immune system will find an underlying condition and create a defensive attack because stress creates inflammation, the thick sticky substance our immune system uses to knock out invaders as I perceive them. Without the invaders our immune system finds an underlying problem; the toxins from the chicken pocks and drives the toxins to the front line cleansing our body by releasing the toxin to our skin, the largest cleansing organ in our body, the skin develops symptoms we know as shingles, a rash, the immune system is cleansing our body through the skin.
The lavender bath salts will help with the aches and pains associated with shingles and help restore your health. Lavender is an adaptagen, whichs helps the weakest systems in your body regain balance and strength. It is also anti viral, which should address shingles and the toxins caused by the virus.
The herbal foot salve will help neurological pain (neuropathy) cleanses toxins, and soothes skin eruptions. It will help dry skin also, poor circulation, pain, and skin infections.
Calendula cream with chamomile will soothe the inflammation, repair damaged skin cells and proliferate new skin tissue which will repair and recondition your skin and hopefully will heal scar tissue.
My, Anna's Secret Skin Renewal and the Anna's Skin Renewal Cleansing Cream contain a lot of nutrients to repair, restore, and hydrate your skin. Anna's Secret Skin Renewal and the cleansing cream will regenerate new healthy skin. People will notice the change and the healthy glow in your skin. You will feel better and this is the best result of all.
Enjoy your products. Remember to take time to nurture yourself. This natural process to regain your health is right at your fingertips, take advantage of the season; rest and relax. It is worth your time, to bring a smile back on your face and healthy glow to share with others :)

Peace and Happiness,

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Tea Blend with Native plants

Tea Blend With Native Plants

Tea is a choice we all have to make because of all the beautiful varieties. My favorite blend of tea is dried flowers, leaves, and berries. Calendula petals, apple mint, lemon balm, rosemary, sumac berries, and elderberries.

Liz, I am going to take you up on your question, is my tea available to purchase?
Give me a week or so and I’ll have the tea in bulk. Will you do me a big favor? Ask the ladies in your herb group if they would like tea also. They all seemed to have enjoyed the tea as much as the scones.
You mentioned sharing the blend at your next meeting, tell them they can fine it on my blog so we can keep our dialogue going on herbs and essential oils.

I want to be sure I dry enough of the fresh herbs when I go to the greenhouse and gather.