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Healing Herbs


Lately I’ve been drinking some really good cold herbal tea. I gave some of it to a friend who had a strange rash all over his legs. The next day he came back over to tell me the itching had stopped and it seemed to get better overnight because of the half gallon tea he drank. We looked up all the herbs and their benefits online and found the herbs in the tea are more powerful than Essiac Tea. It’s made with white oak bark, plantain herb, comfrey root and leaf, black walnut hulls, red root, blue violet, burdock root and marshmallow root.

Here’s what each herb does:

White Oak Bark
This is an anti-inflammatory, good for oral hygiene and in the treatment of dental issues, helps to fight bacteria and fight cavities. It’s also helpful in the treatment of ulcers, spleen issues and weak digestion. It can also help reduce kidney stones and issues with the gallbladder. This herb has antiviral and antibacterial qualities and its a great cleanser for the entire body. It can be used on bug bites, bee stings, relieve minor cuts and burns.

Plantain Herbs
This herb is used for blood poisoning. It’s also a diuretic and a remedy for bladder and kidney problems. It soothes irritated mucous membranes. It is known to draw the poison out of snake bites and its a good treatment for scorpion stings and insect bites and poison ivy.

Comfrey Root and Leaf
This herb contains allantoin which makes cells grow faster. It helps wounds heal quickly with very little scarring. It is rich in vitamin B12.

Black Walnut Hulls
Black Walnut hulls have antiseptic, astringent, anti-fungal and antiviral properties. It helps to heal tissues that are inflamed. It also helps eliminate microbes from the bowel. It is also a thyroid stimulant.

Red Root
Red root stimulates lymph and interstitial fluid circulation. It acts as an anti-inflammatory to the spleen and lymph nodes, prevents blood that is high in fat from clumping, and smoothes stomach and intestinal function.

Blue Violet
This plant has blood cleansing properties. It also loosens mucous in the inner organs and improves skin conditions, urinary infections, bronchitis and other upper respiratory issues.

Burdock root
Used to treat skin diseases and abseccess, eczema, psoriasis. It helps to increase circulation to the skin. Destroys bacteria and fungus in the body. Promotes perspiration and eliminates toxines through the skin. It strengthens the liver, also stimulates digestion, improves kidney, gallbladder and liver function. Also good for arthritis.

Marshmallow root
This herb has a history that dates back over a thousand years as a remedy for sore throats, cough and other respiratory illnesses like whooping cough and bronchitis. It’s also used for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn’s and gastro-esophageal reflux disease. Marshmallow root is also a remedy for psoriasis, eczema and even pink eye.

You can find many herb tinctures online or at health food stores. You can make your own tinctures and teas just by doing a little research and experimenting.

Thanks for reading!

Be Well,

Lisa Brown


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