Most Toxic North American Plant: (Poison/Spotted!/Deadly) Hemlock (Conium maculatum, syn.: Cicuta maculata) – Wild Parsnip & Wild Carrot vs Poison Hemlock – (Videos)

Well, the Russians use Conium maculatum tincture taken in small doses to help to cure cancer.

I will not give you the dose, as there are so many other ways to cure cancer.

Poison Hemlock, identification of the Wisconsin Invasive Species Conium maculatum

Wild Parsnip and Wild Carrot VS Poison Hemlock

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59 Ashwagandha Benefits + Side Effects, Dosage

Ashwagandha is one of the many herbs I am growing.

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59 Ashwagandha Benefits + Side Effects, Dosage:

I’ve been taking Ashwagandha for 7 years on and off.  When you read the research, you start to question what Ashwagandha doesn’t treat.  It’s one of the best all-around supplements for general health

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Scientists Identify 28,000 Medicinal Plants That Treat Ailments from Cancer to Diabetes

Scientists Identify 28,000 Medicinal Plants That Treat Ailments from Cancer to Diabetes:

In recent years, the term “plant medicine” has come to be associated with psychedelics like mushrooms and ayahuasca, which are increasingly documented to provide mental and emotional relief to users. But according to a recent analysis from Kew Gardens in the United Kingdom, there are over 28,000 other plants currently being used as medicine throughout the world.

The second annual report from Britain’s Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, located in London, is the result of the research and analysis of 128 scientists from 12 countries around across the globe.

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Dandelion root, a cancer cell killer, has a long history as medicine

Dandelion root, a cancer cell killer, has a long history as medicine:

The roots, leaves and flowers of the dandelion plant are a potent and healthy herbal medicine, although folks might think those yellow dots popping up in their landscape are just nuisance weeds. Not so, as reported by Reset.me, who emphasizes that the botanical name for dandelion – Taraxacum officinal – aptly describes its medicinal potential. Taraxacum translates into an “inflammation curative.” Officinal means that the lowly dandelion is revered as a bona fide, official medicinal plant. The use of the dandelion plant as a healing agent “predates written records,” but it is understood that the Greeks and the Chinese used dandelion compounds to aid in digestion, and as a liver tonic and diuretic. (RELATED: Learn more about natural remedies at Remedies.news)

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Donation & The Many Benefits Of “Brahmi” (Bacopa monnieri)

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“Brahmi” (Bacopa monnieri) benefits the brain by balancing levels of neurotransmitters and stress hormones, thus improving cognitive and mental health. The many ways that bacopa benefits cognitive and mental health are impressive. Bacopa is a foundational herbal remedy in the ancient healing traditions of both China and India. It has been highly prized as a brain tonic for reducing stress and anxiety, boosting mental energy and clarity, and protecting the brain from aging. It is very easy to grow. (Full article down below.)

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Donation & The Many Benefits Of Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica)

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Gotu kola (Centella asiatica) has been used to treat many conditions for thousands of years in India, China, and Indonesia. Centella asiatica has been used as a medicine in the Ayurvedic tradition of India (for thousands of years) and is listed in the historic ‘Sushruta Samhita’, an ancient Indian medical text. In China, known as gotu kola, it is one of the reported “miracle elixirs of life” known over 2000 years ago. Its Chinese name means “fountain of youth.” Gotu kola activates the release of  brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), a protein that acts like fertilizer for your brain encouraging new brain cell formation. It takes a few weeks for gotu kola’s effects to kick in and it seems to work by encouraging dendrite branching, increasing brain plasticity and communication between brain cells. Gotu kola also increases nerve growth factor (NGF) which stimulates the growth of new nerve cells and safeguards existing ones. It is very easy to grow and tastes quite good. For more info on gotu kola see articles down below.

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Jiaogulan (Gynostemma pentaphyllum) The Chinese Herb Of Immortality

Jiaogulan is easy to grow and highly recommended!!!

If you have a slow juicer you can juice jiaogulan (and some other herbs) with some carrots before or after you make your ‘regular’ juice.

This will give your body a real energy boost.

If you put some shoots in a small vase or glas bottle, they will grow roots very quickly.

Jiaogulan does not like direct sunlight.


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Jiaogulan the Chinese Herb of Immortality (Underground Health Reporter):

The Jiaogulan plant from the far-distant mountains of China that is so powerful that locals call it “the herb of immortality”.  In the Guizhou Province of China, one of the places where jiaogulan (literally, twisting-vine orchid) grows most abundantly, the natives have nicknamed the herb they regularly consume as tea “the herb of immortality.” They also credit it with their reportedly long life spans.

The list of jiaogulan’s benefits is impressive and includes its ability to:

  • Regulate cholesterol
  • Maintain healthy blood pressure levels
  • Improve digestion
  • Enhance heart muscle (especially contractility)
  • Protect and modulate the immune system
  • Protect against free radical damage
  • Regulate hormone levels in men and women

Jiaogulan may even help inhibit cancer growth. At its essence, this Chinese herb is an incredible balancing compound. If something (like your cholesterol, for instance) is higher than it should be, it lowers it. And if something is too low, it raises it.

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