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Poison Oak/Poison Ivy Rash: Contact Dermatitis

Spring is a dangerous time of the year for eager herbalists. So many plants are emerging from their winter sleep that it is tempting to step off the hiking trail to examine them more closely. That is when the guardians assigned to protecting these tender sprouts spring into action. The Toxicodendron species which includes poison oak, poison ivy and poison sumac, has an oily substance called urushiol which triggers an allergic reaction in many people.
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Sprained Ankle: Herbal First Aid

One misstep, your foot turns under you and suddenly your ankle is screaming for attention. A sprained or twisted ankle shows its displeasure by exhibiting soreness and/or swelling around the outward protruding ankle bone. The ligaments have been pulled and…

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Eyestrain Ease Tincture Blend

This recipe was formulated specifically for eyestrain I experience while working on the computer. I had a job that required hours of continuous data processing while I stared at a screen. This blend is what I thank for the fact that my eyes didn't burn by the end of the day. Ideally, this formula would be accompanied by daily eye exercises. Each of these tinctures are easy to make individually.
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