Sore throat remedy: Lemon and Raw Honey Cut up lemon. Put in small mason jar. Cover with honey. ~ let sit in refrigerator until lemon and rind break down into marmalade-like mixture. Place in cup & add hot water.
Two Smiling Feet in Seattle is amazing for reflexology. The organs of your body have their sensory touches at the bottom of your foot; if you massage these points you will find relief from aches and pains. I use this as a resource with essential oils.
How to Heal Your Organs with the Secret Powers of Fruits & Vegetables (Fresh Juice) David Kovacs for Elephant Journal I don’t advocate juicing. This infographic offers up the fruits and veggies that can, indeed, support the health of your various orga
Many are interested in DIY beehives in a jar. Have the rows of organic honey jars at the farmers market made you think about starting your own backyard beehive? A common suburban backyard can be a perfect place for beehives.
Rātā The bark of the rātā tree was soaked in water, which was then applied as a lotion. A poultice of bark was put on sores, wounds and abscesses. The inner bark was steeped in water and drunk for diarrhoea and dysentery. Rātā nectar, collected by tapping the flowers against the inside of a calabash, was taken to cure a sore throat.
Kōwhai The bark of the kōwhai tree was heated in a calabash with hot stones, and made into a poultice for wounds or to rub on a sore back. A person bitten in the face by a seal had wai kōwhai (kōwhai juice) applied to their wounds, and was well within days.
Rimu The inner bark of the rimu tree was beaten into pulp and put on burnt skin. The pulped bark was combined with water and hot stones in a calabash, and dabbed on ulcers or running sores. The bark of the young tree was used to stop wounds bleeding.