1- To potentially avoid some of the undesirable side effects that can come from an overuse of pharmaceuticals. 2 – To feel more prepared should a day come or an emergency situation arise where access to modern medicine might not be available.
Now, if you get anything from this post, I want it to be this – because once I learned this important thing about herbs, that’s when I finally saw results.
Remember, for herbs to be most effective they need to be used EARLY and FREQUENTLY. Oftentimes it is a long term game – especially if you are dealing with chronic issues. Modern medicine, I guess in my opinion, is so often a short term solution to an underlying problem.
Ok, now that I’ve kind of explained myself, let’s get to the fun part! I want to show you some of the herbal remedies I’ve been making and loving!
This can be great for cuts, bruises, bites, acne, infected wounds, etc. Dandelions are the shining star in this salve. You would be amazed at the benefits these so-called “weeds” have!
Elderberry syrup – one of the more popular herbs to help support the immune system – and you don’t even need to be an herbalist to recognize that name.
The name is pretty accurate to how they taste, but we found they helped a ton! They are made from a potent dose of ginger root powder and other supportive herbs, which I’m sure you know as a helpful agent for nausea.