Archive for the ‘Holistic Healing with Everyday Foods’ Category

Food Chart and Their Health Properties part 3–3

Monday, March 23rd, 2009

Here is part 3 of this wonderful chart of common food and their known health properties that I have just come across and wish to share with everyone. It has been suggested that it is a wise printout to have easily available, and I wholeheartedly agree. You may even wish to print up an extra [...]

Food Chart and Their Health Properties Part 2–3

Sunday, March 22nd, 2009

Here is part 2 of 3 part of this wonderful chart of common food and their known health properties that I have just come across and wish to share with everyone. It has been suggested that it is a wise printout to have easily available, and I wholeheartedly agree. You may even wish to print [...]

Food Chart and Their Health Properties part 1–3

Saturday, March 21st, 2009

Here is a wonderful chart of common food and their known health properties that I have just come across and wish to share with everyone. It has been suggested that it is a wise printout to have easily available, and I wholeheartedly agree. You may even wish to print up an extra copy or two [...]

12 SECRET FOOD CURES

Thursday, March 19th, 2009

Here is an article that was sent to me through the internet, that I thought you might be interested in. it was written by Shandley McMurray, and has some useful and interesting information. (For more information on herbal remedies, cures, etc; herbal recipes; all natural homemade makeup/bath/massage oil etc; and so much more, please check [...]

ALL-NATURAL FACIAL MASKS FOR DRY OR IRRITATED SKIN

Wednesday, March 4th, 2009

For dry skin: Mix together 2 mashed semi-ripe bananas, with
1 tablespoon of pure honey.
Apply this mixture to your face, and allow it to remain on for 5 minutes. (Lay down and relax. Have your head lower than your body for maximum benefits).
Rinse the mask off with tepid water. Pat, don’t rub, dry; then apply a [...]

HEALING EXPECTORANT GARLIC SYRUP

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

This is an excellent healing expectorant syrup riding the lungs of built up mucus, and doesn’t taste ‘garlicy’ at all.
Bring 1 pint of water to the boil in a medium covered pot. Remove from the heat, and add 2 ounces of finely chopped garlic. Cover the pot and allow this mixture to stand 10 [...]

ELDERBERRY SYRUP FOR COLDS & CONSTIPATION

Friday, February 27th, 2009

European herbalists have long recommended this syrup to be taken for both colds and constipation.
In a very large stock pot, simmer 1 gallon of fully ripened elderberries in ½ cup of water until soft.
Strain the berries, saving all the liquid. (You can puree the berries in a strainer, and then add the pureed pulp, if [...]

SOOTHING HOREHOUND COUGH SYRUP

Thursday, February 26th, 2009

Make an infusion of fresh or dried horehound leaves, as per instructions below. Allow the brew to steep for only 10 minutes, though. Then strain the syrup, and measure the remaining liquid. Add twice as much honey as the measured remaining liquid, mixing together well. Bottle in a tightly lidded sterilized bottle.
To soothe a persistent [...]

EXPECTORATE BORAGE COUGH SYRUP

Monday, February 23rd, 2009

This delicious tasting cough syrup has soothing, demulcent qualities and is very simple to make. It is an especially soothing expectorant cough syrup which calms an inflamed and irritated throat, giving it a soft protective coating.
Simply juice a quantity of borage leaves and stems in a vegetable juicer. Mix 1 cup of this mucilaginous juice [...]

Canadian Flu Tonic

Thursday, February 19th, 2009

In the 18th Century, Frederic Tolfrey, originally from France, was offered this drink in Canada and wrote down the recipe in his diary. Ever since, the recipe has been passed on from generation to generation not only as a tonic against the harshness of Canadian winters, but also as a cold and flu remedy. [...]