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How to Alleviate Autumn Allergies

A surge in allergy problems happens both in the spring and the fall with the many airborne substances that can act as allergens. Whether you blame it on the ragweed, goldenrod, or just unknowns spores and molds in the air, it can be miserable for suffers of allergy symptoms. Common symptoms include watery eyes, red itchy … Read More


The Power of Purslane

Purselane Potulaca oleracea If you are looking for a power packed food that is absolutely free for the taking, just take a look in your backyard. Purslane may be just the answer for you. This plant tops the list of plants high in vitamin E and an essential omega-3 fatty acid called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). Did you … Read More


BPA: The Unleashed Monster

By now, many consumers have heard of Bisphenol A, or BPA. But just why are so many concerned about BPA toxicity? In a nutshell, chemicals found in plastic food containers leach into the food or water that they hold. Among the most harmful of these chemicals is BPA and phthalate - both of these are hormone disruptors and … Read More

Dandelion Stems for Gallstones

Using Springtime Weeds to Benefit Your Liver & Gall Bladder   It is well known among herbalists that Dandelion has a beneficial effect on the liver. The whole plant of this common weed has medicinal properties, from the root, leaves, flowers, to the stems. According to Maria Treben, renowned Austria … Read More

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Purslane Summer Salad

Simple Purslane Salad

Ingredients 2 cups purslane, coarsely chopped 2 organic Roma tomatoes, diced 3/4 cup organic cucumber, diced 1/2 cup onion, chopped Dressing 2 teaspoons lemon juice 4 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil 2 teaspoons raw apple cider vinegar fresh ground pepper to taste pinch of … Read More


Nourishing Chicken Broth

There may be no other food more healing than a nourishing homemade bone broth.  This recipe is simmered for at least 12 hours and incorporates some wonderful healing herbs. One important key is to add the vinegar in the beginning after filling your stock pot and let everything sit for 30 minutes to … Read More...

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