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  • Nice Herbs photos

    Some cool herbs images:

    Herb Day 2011 6

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    ACHS President Dorene Petersen demonstrates how to make a tincture with calendula flowers at ACHS Herb Day 2011

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    ACHS President Dorene Petersen demonstrates how to make a tincture with calendula flowers at ACHS Herb Day 2011

  • what do you think about legal “herbs”???????

    Question by jgurl45: what do you think about legal “herbs”???????
    as far as i know nothing is as good as the real thing, but are there any other legal herbs that have remotely the same effect as marijuana? and if i do a drug test can it show up as pot? (because i don’t know exactly what they test for). thanks.

    Best answer:

    Answer by HOT 1
    2 each its own. When you do a drug test they test particularly for that drug by name. And on the side it has weather it is positive or negative. Best decision is to stay away its really harmfull in the longterm.

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  • Herbs On The Rise: Les Nouvelles Esthétiques dedicates issue to the rising trend

    (PRWEB) August 28, 2004

    Chamomile to relieve nervous tension. Eucalyptus and basil to combat colds. Lavender to soothe skin. Herbs have moved out of our gardens and kitchens and into other areas of our lives, particularly in health-related industries, including the spa and esthetics industry. Always at the forefront of industry trends, Les Nouvelles Esthétiques magazine has dedicated its August issue to the topic of herbs.

    LNE’s “herb issue” covers a range of issues dealing with herbal use in the spa and esthetics industry, which has witnessed a surge in the use of herbs as ingredients in topical treatments, as well as a growing number of spa guests who use herbal supplements in their diets.

    Among the varied article features and topics in this special theme issue, readers will find the following stories and much more:

    • In “Cool Running,” Diana Howard, Ph.D., offers a discussion of anti-inflammatory herbs

    • “Herbal Rx” by Irene Heiney covers the findings of 19th-century priest Sebastian Kneipp, who preached the therapeutic benefits of herbs and plants

    • Readers will find an overview of the basic tenets for using herbal supplements in “Natural Drugs”

    • In “Botanica,” makeup artist Pamela Taylor paints an earth-inspired palette

    • The American Association of Clinical Chemistry provides information on why natural does not always mean safe when it comes to herbs in “Deadly Combinations”

    “Our primary goal at LNE has always been to educate our readers and to impart the latest trends and issues facing the industry,” says Monica Schuloff Smith, LNE editor in chief.

    “With the rising trend of herbal use in spa and skin care treatments, it is essential that spa professionals understand the issues surrounding the use of herbs and supplements so that they can share their knowledge with their clients,” Smith adds.

    The American edition of Les Nouvelles Esthétiques has been in circulation since 1985 and is the only monthly publication in the industry devoted exclusively to skin care and spa professionals. The focus of the magazine’s articles is to educate skin care and spa professionals in all aspects of the beauty industry.

    Les Nouvelles Esthétiques was founded more than 50 years ago in Paris, France. With a global network of 19 publications and 19 trade shows worldwide, the company remains the largest international source for esthetics and spa professionals.

    For more information, call 1-(800) 471-0229 or visit http://www.LNEONLINE.com.

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    Related Herbs Press Releases

  • Sleep Herbs

    Here’s a answer to your sleep related problems – new wonder herbal supplements made from naturally occurring sleep herbs that are in use for precisely this purpose for thousands of years.

    Herbal supplements created from Mulungu, Lemon Balm (Toronjil), Damiana, Graviola, or Passionflower herbal extract ensure that you just get adequate rest by normalizing sleep patterns, relaxing your muscles, and calming your nerves. These sleep herbs reduce anxiety and feelings of restlessness. The simplest half is that these sleep herbs do all this while not any facet effects or hangovers the morning after. Unlike sleep inducing drugs, natural sleep herbs are not habit forming.

    The sleep herbs employed in the manufacture of these herbal supplement are nature’s gifts to mankind and are in use for relaxing and relieving tension. Damiana may be a little shrub that is traditionally used for inducing relaxation and sleep. This sleep herb finds a mention within the British Herbal Pharmacopeia, which cites anxiety neurosis and depression as the indications for its use. Graviola could be a little rain forest tree that grows to a height of five-6 meters. The fruits, leaves, bark, roots, and seeds of this plant possess medicinal properties that are used historically for thousands of years. The plant is understood to possess sedative, antispasmodic and hypotensive properties. Graviola is widely utilized in South America as a sedative and anti-depressant.

    Mulungu could be a medium sized tree that grows to a height of ten-fifteen meters and is often found in Peru and Brazil. Mulungu reduces blood pressure and acts as a sedative. The bark and root of Mulungu are used as stress and pain relievers, and to induce restful sleep. They’re conjointly used for treating asthma, bronchitis and liver conditions. A study conducted in 2002 has validated the traditional claims.

    Passionflower could be a woody perennial vine that’s found in Peru and Brazil. It’s a profusion of aromatic flowers and grows very quickly. Its fruit has several medicinal properties. Passionflower has been historically used as a nerve tonic, and to scale back stress and produce down high blood pressure.

    Lemon Balm or Toronjil is grown in Peru, and has been found to be effective as a sedative and anti-anxiety herb.

    These herbs to provide you with a safe sleep herb without any side effects. Sleep herbs are obtainable in 3 forms: tincture, capsules or pills and tea. The tincture is ready from one hundred% pure herbs distilled in water and forty% alcohol. The recommended dosage is ? tablespoon (7.5 ml) beneath the tongue or added to water or juice. The tea is ready by mixing one teaspoon of the sleep herb tea mixture in deep trouble for 10 minutes. The tea is to be taken [*fr1] an hour before bedtime.

    If you’re plagued by low blood pressure or taking medication for controlling low blood pressure, you’ll would like to consult your physician before taking these herbal supplements. Both Mulungu and Graviola have the effect of lowering blood pressure, and a modification within the dosage of your medication could be required when you take them. Long-term use of Graviola might cut back friendly bacteria in the digestive tract. In case you are using this herbal supplement on a future basis, you should supplement your diet with probiotics to compensate for this.

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  • Bak Kut Teh herbs

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    Bak Kut Teh herbs

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    Bak Kut Teh herbs

    Julia’s dad was curious as to the authenticity of a Chinese herbalist’s blend of 肉骨茶 Bak Kut Teh, literally "meat and bone tea" in Hokkien.

    We all concluded that it was too sweet, most likely because of the 党参 Dang Shen, 罗汉果 Luo Han Guo, and 甘草 Gan Cao. Or perhaps, we should have diluted it further and added more salt or soy sauce to balance it. Or, we could just go with a good brand like A1 or Claypot brand pre-packed herbs 🙂

    The Bak Kut Teh blend consisted of:
    – 当归 Dang Gui / Angelica Sinensis – female ginseng
    – 党参 Dang Shen / Codonopsis pilosula – poor man’s ginseng
    – 罗汉果 Luo Han Guo / Siraitia grosvenorii / Monk’s fruit
    – 玉竹 Yu Zhu / Polygonatum odoratum / Jade Bamboo
    – 甘草 Gan Cao / Glycyrrhiza uralensis / licorice root
    – 熟地 Shu Di (dried beetroot i think…)

    Photos:
    Bak Kut Teh Herbs
    Bak Kut Teh Pork Ribs

    New herb bed

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    New extension to one of my raised beds – a new herb bed

  • Barbara?s Sunshine Herbs Promises Complete Purity with Money-Back Guarantee

    Drums, PA (Vocus) April 21, 2010

    Web entrepreneur Barbara Vanatta is pleased to announce the debut of her brand-new Web store, http://www.BarbarasSunshineHerbs.com. Launched in March 2010, the Web site distributes an eclectic selection of premium nutritional supplements.

    Produced by Nature?s Sunshine, the supplements are composed of the purist ingredients possible, promoting healthy living to customers worldwide. The encapsulated herbs and minerals are 100-percent all-natural and maintain the highest quality among competitors throughout the globe, Vanatta said.

    At BarbarasSunshineHerbs.com, shoppers may choose from more than 100 supplements designed to infuse the body with proper nutrition and wellness. Encapsulated vitamins, minerals and herbs may be purchased as well as supplements for weight loss, skincare, water purification and aromatherapy. Keep a look out for new merchandise as products are introduced daily; after all, Nature?s Sunshine manufactures more than 600 different products.

    ?I used to suffer from persistent infection and a low-grade fever, which carried on for three years. Nobody could diagnose my condition ? not even the doctors. Then one day my chiropractor referred me to a specialist who introduced me to Nature?s Sunshine products and I?ve been perfectly healthy ever since,? Vanatta said.

    Vanatta was so impressed with her nearly instant results that she decided to promote this healing and wellness to others worldwide by becoming an independent distributor for the company that same year, 1984. Therefore, with decades of distribution experience under her belt, she has obtained an impressive knowledgebase of the merchandise and welcomes questions and customer feedback.

    To learn more about the collection of Nature?s Sunshine products ? which all come with a money-back guarantee ? available at BarbarasSunshineHerbs.com, shoppers are invited to visit the Web site?s newly formulated blog, http://www.SunshineHerbTips.com. This interactive tool will also be used to provide personal stories and tidbits about Vanatta?s personal experiences as a regular and dedicated consumer of these supplements.

    ?If Nature?s Sunshine doesn?t have it, you don?t need it!? she said.

    About the Company:

    BarbarasSunshineHerbs.com is owned and operated by Barbara Vanatta, an independent distributor for Nature?s Sunshine.

    Barbara Vanatta

    http://www.BarbarasSunshineHerbs.com

    (954) 724-3042

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