Angelica archangelica is a European herb, not to be confused with the wild North American herb called Angelica, the Japanese Angelica (Angelica keiskei) or the Chinese herb (Angelica sinensis) known as Dong Quai.
Confusing much? That’s why it’s very important.... KEEP READING >>
This tea mix has a mysterious story.
A Canadian nurse named Rene Caisse held the recipe close to her chest, from 1922 until her death in 1978. This tea was known to help people recover from cancer, and the recipe was said to have been given to an English miners wife by a Native American healer who used it to cure her breast cancer... KEEP READING >>
In Australia, the TGA strongly recommends you do not use black salve. Black Salve is not banned because to be banned by the TGA, a medicine must have been approved at one point.
Black Salve is not illegal, however, due to the combination of ingredients, specifically >>
Catching a cold is just the worst. It’s miserable.
There are some simple remedies you can do to get through it more comfortably, and quickly. Take a look >>