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Folk Remedies from Earth Clinic

Folk Remedies from Earth Clinic
The below is a list of all the home remedies on Earth Clinic dating back to 1999, when Earth Clinic first came into existence on the internet! What you discover on these pages might surprise you! Ever heard of Oil Pulling or Blue Glass and Sunlight Therapy? How about banana peels for warts? Read on! Check out newest, still growing section! Discover how the legume alfalfa, alfalfa sprouts, and alfalfa powder health supplements can improve your health! Interested in balancing your pH, but don't know which formula to try? Used for burns, constipation, acid reflux, cancer, celiac disease. Used around the world for centuries, this old folk remedy cures everything: allergies, acid reflux, gout, arthritis, headaches, yeast infections, psoriasis, depression. Apple Cider Vinegar for Weight Loss Spanish version - (partial translation only, sorry!) From our Bangkok contributor, Ted, this combination balances pH, cures acid reflux, and takes care of dental enamel erosion caused by drinking ACV.

7 Picturesque Healing Spices Our bodies are complex, sensitive systems that are affected to a greater or lesser extent by a whole hose of external forces—air quality, the clothing we wear, where we live, the diets we eat. It all has an impact on our health. Even things as small and seemingly inconsequential herbs and spices can really benefit us physically, and we’re not just talking about our taste buds, either. 1. Whether you like Asian, Italian, or Latin American cuisine, your love of garlic likely has something to do with it. And perhaps your wise pallet likes it for its beneficial effects on your cholesterol, among other things. Eating a lot of garlic can lower rates of some cancers as well (ovarian, colorectal, etc) and colon polyps, too. 2. Long held as a cure for pain, this common healing herb contains a chemical known as curcumin has powerful anti-inflammatory effects on the body, making it a great choice for those suffering from arthritis, tendonitis, and other auto-immune conditions. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Green Living Ideas — Keeping Green Ideas Simple and Down to Earth Thinking Machine 4: Image Gallery Images taken from Thinking Machine 4. Waves of influence, opening The viewer sees the initial position, with waves of force radiating out from the pieces The machine's thoughts, opening The machine has many choices, with few forced moves, and future lines of play cover the board Waves of influence, mid-game The middle game, as the viewer thinks. The machine's thoughts, mid-game The lines of play become more focused. Waves of influence, endgame The board is deceptively simple as the viewer thinks. The machine's thoughts, endgame The machine foresees that white's pawn will become a queen, and dominate the board as the black king flees. << Back to home

Our Best Bites Seasoning with Herbs and Spices One thing Kate and I will be doing this year is addressing some of the topics that we frequently get questions about. Kate wrote a great post recently on uses for different types of salts and we have posts on oils and flours too (okay so Kate did all of them). Recently on facebook I mentioned I was cleaning out my disastrous spice cabinet and that sparked some questions on the subject. Since it’s something we get lots of questions about via email and recipe comments, we thought it was time to get spicy! If you’re bummed out there’s not a recipe today, no fear! Fresh vs. Both fresh and dried herbs and spices have their place in the kitchen and can often be used interchangeably. 1 part dry = 3 parts fresh So if a recipe calls for a tablespoon of fresh chopped basil, you’ll want to use only 1/3 of that amount in a dry herb which would be 1 teaspoon. If you’re interested in growing your own herbs, click here for more information. Different forms Powder or Granulated? Stocking the kitchen