The best stomach cure I have ever found! Supposed to be the most bitter plant in the world, so not the most tasty herb, but it is worth it all. Takes away nausea and any kind of stomach disorder.
In Costa Rica and Suriname, it is used for fevers, malaria, and dysentery.
In Brazil, it is used to treat gonorrhea, lice and worm infestations, and as an antiseptic for wound treatments. Mexicans also use the bark to treat intestinal parasites.
It is said that the indigenous carry around wood shavings of the bark to be used in decoctions whenever needed.
In Guyana, it is used for snake bites, liver disease, edema, and menstrual complaints.
The Vision Alignment Project
A Vision for Gardens
When was the last time you walked through a beautiful garden? If it's been a while, we recommend that you do so - and, as you walk, imagine, for a moment, how this Earth would look to you if, long ago, we had created and planted gardens everywhere.
What would the world look like if we had, as our highest priority, to beautify it?
For us, we see a world where everywhere you walk, everywhere you look - in the neighborhoods, yards, parks, along roadsides and city streets, surrounding businesses and governmental buildings - there are gardens filled with flowers and fruits of all kinds; where so much fruit, so many vegetables and herbs, so many edible plants are in such great abundance that you can pick whatever you want to eat anywhere, anytime; that instead of going to the grocery store, you can take a walk and eat your fill of the most healthful, delicious foods for free.
And when your walk is over, you notice that your Spirit has also been nourished simply by you having mingled with the flowers and trees along the way.
In addition, we see a world where the people are tending to each other in the same way they tend to their beautiful gardens; where each person shines, radiantly, because they're being cared for and given everything they need in order to grow, thrive, and blossom in all their glory.
Unpacking my first organically locally grown vegetable delivery in Miami, such a joy! Thanks Endlessly Organic!
Although honey isn't a herb, it is processed by bees from the nectar of flowers.
Raw honey is an ancient remedy for cuts, scrapes and burns due to its natural antibacterial properties. Many bacteria cannot live in the presence of honey, simply clean the area, dab on a small amount of raw honey, and wrap as normal. Change wrapping at least once daily until the area is healed. The honey may also help to reduce scar formation.
Honey also assists digestion and decreasing acidity.
Another valuable thing honey is doing is that it aids a balanced flow of the tissue fluid called lymph, when lymph flow is stagnant , harmful microorganisms may invade the body and sickness appears.
No bees-no honey.
Easy ways to save the bees;
-Plant wildflowers in your garden, or even create a small meadow
-Think twice about using pesticides
-If you are going to buy honey, buy local honey from a beekeeper you trust who cares about their bees.
higher self meditation
and Mother Earth
-The Great Bell Chant(The end of Suffering)
-Peter Gabriel & Kate Bush
-Magic Mantra-reverse negative to positive - by SatKirin Kaur Khalsa