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Goldenrod is so much more than a weed!! Who knew it had so many uses? Great information!!

Goldenrod is so much more than a weed!! Who knew it had so many uses? Great information!!

Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) is a member of the mint family and you'll want to make room for it in your herb garden this year.

Hyssop: Why You Need to Make Some Space for This Herb

Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) is a member of the mint family and you'll want to make room for it in your herb garden this year.

Learn about lemon balm’s impressive array of health benefits, and how you can grow, harvest and use it in your home.data-pin-do=

Learn about lemon balm’s impressive array of health benefits, and how you can grow, harvest and use it in your home.data-pin-do=

Step by step directions for dehydrating celery, making celery powder and calculating conversion amounts for cooking with dehydrated food. #beselfreliant

How To Dehydrate Celery, Make Celery Powder And Calculate Conversion Amounts For Cooking

Step by step directions for dehydrating celery, making celery powder and calculating conversion amounts for cooking with dehydrated food. #beselfreliant

23 Clever Ways You Should Have Been Storing Your Food All Along

23 Clever Ways You Should Have Been Storing Your Food All Along

23 Clever Food Storage Tips That Will Save You So Much Money

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Herbal Antibiotics - Using Herbs to Fight Infection and Speed Healing

Mugwort: Mugwort was considered the 'universal herb for protection and prophecy' throughout the ancient world. Roman soldiers placed Mugwort inside their sandals for endurance on long marches. Also known as the visionary herb, Mugwort is still used today for increasing psychic powers. Native Americans also burned Mugwort as a ‘smudge’ to purify the spiritual and physical environment. - See more at: http://happyherbcompany.com/mugwort#sthash.uka5TmRO.dpuf

Mugwort: Mugwort was considered the 'universal herb for protection and prophecy' throughout the ancient world. Roman soldiers placed Mugwort inside their sandals for endurance on long marches. Also known as the visionary herb, Mugwort is still used today for increasing psychic powers. Native Americans also burned Mugwort as a ‘smudge’ to purify the spiritual and physical environment. - See more at: http://happyherbcompany.com/mugwort#sthash.uka5TmRO.dpuf

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