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Ginger Dosage

Supplementing with Ginger

Daily Dose of Ginger: 1,000mg

Ginger is an herb with green stems that can grow to around a meter high. The rhizomes, or roots, can be used fresh, dried, and powdered, or as a juice for medicine. Native to Southeast Asia, ginger has been used in traditional Asian, Arabic, and Indian cultures as an herbal medicine since ancient times. It spread across Asia and and . . . Read more

Astragalus Dosage

Supplementing with Astragalus

Daily Dose of Astragalus: 750-1500mg

Astragalus is an herb that goes by the scientific name Astragalus membranaceus. Other more common names for the plant are milk vetch and locoweed. Its root is used for medicinal purposes to treat a wide range of health problems. For centuries, it has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine and is usually given to patients following a heart attack to keep . . . Read more

Lady’s Mantle Dosage

Lady's Mantle Dosage

Daily Dose of Lady’s Mantle: 5-10g

Lady’s Mantle, or Alchemilla vulgaris, is an herb that grows in mountains, forests, and pastures. The parts of the plant that grow above the ground are used in medicine. One of the most common uses for Lady’s Mantle is to treat digestive problems like diarrhea. It is also believed to be very beneficial for women, and herbalists prescribe it to . . . Read more

Garlic Dosage

Garlic Dosage

Daily Dose of Garlic: 1800-3600mg

We use garlic in everyday cooking but it can also be used medicinally. Consumed by ancient civilizations for thousands of years for its health benefits, many used it as protection against the plague during the Middle Ages and during World War 2 to ward off gangrene. A natural substance called alliin becomes allicin when garlic is crushed or chopped. Allicin is . . . Read more

Sage Dosage

Sage Dosage

Daily Dose of Sage: 3-6g

Sage, or salvia officinalis, is a subshrub with woody stems, grayish leaves, and flowers that are blue to purple. It is best known as a culinary spice but it is also used as herbal medicine. For centuries it has been used to treat a variety of different ailments. It has antioxidant effects, which can help clean up the free radicals . . . Read more

Lavender Dosage

Lavender Dosage

Daily Dose of Lavender: 3 drops

Lavender is a plant that can be found throughout the world. It has a light purple color to it and this color is called Lavender as well. We can see Lavender in gardens as they are very popular among gardeners. The dried leaves can be used as a scent and sometimes put into clothes to prevent damage from moths. . . . Read more

Turmeric Dosage

Turmeric Dosage

Daily Dose of Turmeric: 1000-2000mg

Turmeric is generally known as a spice as it is the principle spice in curry. Other than for cooking, turmeric can also be used for medicinal purposes. In India and in elsewhere in Asia, the root of turmeric has been used for thousands of years to treat digestive and liver problems, as well as to heal sores because it is . . . Read more

Blessed Thistle Dosage

Blessed Thistle Dosage

Daily Dose of Blessed Thistle: 3 capsules 3 times a day

Blessed Thistle is a plant that can be used medicinally. During the Middle Ages, it was used to treat the Bubonic Plague and as a tonic for monks. Over time, it has been discovered to be able to treat many ailments including colds, loss of appetite and indigestion, fevers, bacterial infections, and diarrhea when . . . Read more

Apple Cider Vinegar Dosage

Supplementing with Apple Cider Vinegar

Daily Dose of Apple Cider Vinegar: 2 teaspoons

Apple Cider Vinegar is made by fermenting the juice of crushed apples. It contains the same things you would find in apple juice, including pectin, biotin, folic acid, niacin, pantothenic acid, and vitamin C. It also has minerals like sodium and magnesium and large amounts of acetic acid. Used medicinally for thousands of years, Apple Cider Vinegar’s . . . Read more

Honey Dosage

Supplementing with Honey

Daily Dose of Honey: 2-4 tsp

Honey is a great natural sweetener, but did you know that it also has a number of health benefits? Adding it to your diet can actually result in some healing properties. One common home remedy is for respiratory problems like coughs and sore throats. When added to lemon tea, honey can relieve coughs and sore throats because it coats . . . Read more

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