Natural Nasal Spray Recipe

* 10 drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil
* 10 drops Marjoram Essential Oil
* 1 tablespoon of water, distilled if possible

Don’t blow your nose for at least 5 minutes after using the spray. The effects of the formula should last for several hours.


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Bay Clay Facial Mask

* 4 tablespoons French clay
* 5 dried bay leaves
* 1 cup distilled water

Place the bay leaves into a cup of boiled water, let cool. Strain but keep the liquid. Slowly add the bay liquid to the clay until it is a fairly thick mixture.

Dab onto your skin then allow to dry for about 15 - 20 minutes. Rinse off with warm water.


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Colored Lip Gloss

This is an excellent way to use up lipstick that is too dark.

* 1 teaspoon grated beeswax
* 1/2 teaspoon lipstick
* 1/2 teaspoon petroleum jelly

Melt the ingredients in a small can placed in boiling water. Stir it well and pour it into a small jar.


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Measurement Conversions

3 teaspoons (tsp) = 1 tablespoon (Tb)

2 cups = 1 pint

1 cup = 250ml
1 tb = 20ml
1tsp = 5ml

60 drops = 1 teaspoon (tsp)

2 tablespoons (Tb) = 1 fluid ounce (floz)

4 floz = 1 Gill

2 Gills = 1 cup

1 dram = 1/8 floz (1/2 tsp + 1/8 tsp)
4 drams = 1/2 floz (1 tb)

Double handful = approx 1 1/2 cups
Handful = approx 2/3 cup
Fistfull = Approx 1/3 cup
Palmfull = approx 1/4 cup
3 Fingers = 3 1/2 tsp
2 fingers = 1 tsp
pinch = 1/8 tsp

Liquid
1 floz = approx 30ml
2 floz = approx 60ml
4 floz = approx 125 ml
8 floz = approx 285ml
1 pint = approx 570ml

Dry
1 oz = approx 28g
2 oz = approx 57g
4oz = approx 113g
8oz = approx 229g
1 pound (lb) = approx 454g


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Making Salves

Have you ever thought you would like to make your own balms and salves and put the exact herbs in them that you would like to use? I will give you the basic recipe for making a salve or balm and you can make any herbal salve you would like to have.

First you have to “infuse” the herb in pure olive oil. To do this, fill a canning jar (either pint or quart) almost full with your herb. Then pour pure olive oil over the herb. I like to let mine sit near a heat source, not hot, just warm for a couple of days to get the infusion moving. If you have a pilot light on your stove, you can sit it in the middle of the stove and let it soak up the heat. If not, a window sill in the sun is a good place to put it while it infuses.

After two weeks of infusion you are ready to make your favorite salve or balm.

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Learning How to Treat Anxiety Disorders and Finding Natural Panic Attack Remedies

With over 19 million adults affected by them, anxiety disorders are the most common of all mental illnesses in the United States. There are many different types of anxiety disorders, including generalized anxiety disorder, post traumatic stress disorder and panic attacks, to name a few, but all of them produce symptoms of excessive fear and dread and can be debilitating to those who suffer from them. Learning how to treat anxiety disorders requires time, practice and patience because in almost all cases, anxiety is best treated by behavioral therapy and not by prescription medication.

Panic attacks are a particularly disabling kind of anxiety disorder. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, Panic Disorder is characterized by repeated episodes of intense fear that occur frequently and without warning. Panic attacks can last anywhere from a couple of minutes to over a half hour. Most people who suffer from panic episodes usually experience sweating, trembling, rapid heart beat and shortness of breath, and can sometimes also experience chills, cramps, hot flashes, nausea and dizziness.

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Egg Lining Blackhead Remedy

I’m from Kentucky and my mother taught me this trick to heal pimples. I began using it for problem (oily, blackhead) areas and it works well.

First wash your face with warm water to open the pores and make extraction easier. Crack open a raw egg and remove (tear) a piece of the fine translucent lining (skin) between the albumin and the shell. This “liner” is a purifier for the chicken embryo. Its job is to draw out impurities away from the egg sack. It also works well to draw out unwanted oil and dirt.

Place the inner egg side of this skin (not the one that lines the shell) on your nose, across your chin or just small enough to cover a pimple. Let it dry and as it dries it will pull the blackheads, additional oil and dirt into the egg skin. Dab with warm water to remove.

It will not peal like a Biore strip. It will just roll off. The egg lining is much more sturdy in the organic/non-antibiotic treated eggs verses the supermarket variety which tend to have thinner shells and less pliable linings. Hope this inexpensive alternative helps you!


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The Problem of Frequent Bladder Infections

Symptoms of Lower UTI (Cystitis, Urethritis) in Adults:

* Back pain
* Blood in the urine (hematuria)
* Cloudy urine
* Inability to urinate despite the urge
* Fever
* Frequent need to urinate
* Painful urination (dysuria)
* Malaise (general discomfort)

What is a Urinary Tract Infection?

Infections of the Urinary Tract are extremely common, accounting for more than 8 million doctor’s visits a year. Approximately 8 - 10 million people in the USA develop a UTI each year.

Urinary tract infection (UTI) usually occurs when bacteria enter the opening of the urethra and multiply in the urinary tract. The urinary tract includes the two kidneys, ureters (tubes that carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder), the bladder itself, and urethra (tube that carries urine from the bladder to the urethral opening).

The special connection of the ureters at the bladder help prevent urine from backing up into the kidneys, and the flow of urine through the urethra helps to eliminate bacteria. Men, women, and children develop UTIs.

Twenty percent of women in the United States develop a UTI and 20% of those have a recurrence. Urinary tract infections in children are more common in those under the age of 2. (More on causes and risk factors)

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Making Herbal Infusion Oils

The process I use to make herbal infusion oils is really very simple, but it requires a bit of patience.

Start with a squeaky clean glass jar with a tight fitting lid or cork. I generally make only about 1oz at a time, so I use a 3 oz lab vial.

Put the dried herb or mixture in a mortar…about 3 heaping tablespoons. Grind, grind, grind, until it begins to get really powdery…and the fresher the herbs are, the better. SLOWLY add a high quality Grapeseed oil to the mortar and grind the herb INTO it.

Why Grapeseed? It’s light and not very greasy, has almost no odor of its own, and is relatively inexpensive. I know people who use sweet almond or other oils, and I have used these in the past, but Grapeseed remains my favorite.

It will go rancid without the addition of an antioxidant though, so be sure to add the vitamin e. Pour the whole mess into the little jar. Scrape all the oily herb paste in there.

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