by Andrea Baldwin 

"According to tradition, plants are rarely used singularly, however, I am often asked about one herb.  This would be analogous to eating one type of food, thinking this will sustain life. All plants have an array of nutritional value and when combined can create a synergistic effect. So while I have written on singular herbs, remember they work better with other herbs."

- Andrea

Elecampane, Inula helenium, is usually thought of for acute and chronic coughing with green mucous, however it also stimulates digestion with its bitter flavor and is a powerful antiseptic for wounds. Inula is also known for being a vermicide for intestinal parasites....

Prickly ash has a long history of use as an herbal ally for many chronic issues. It has been included in herbal blends for rheumatism, skin diseases, poor circulation and to stimulate the lymphatic system. Due to its ability to stimulate circulation and reduce inflamma...

Noni, Morinda citrifolia, is an interesting looking fruit that has been traditionally used for a broad range of conditions. A supportive addition to a horse’s diet, the fruit has been researched for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, hepatoprotective, antim...

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