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An Herbalist Advice: Introduction


        Ever since I was a child I have always been fascinated with the ancient healings. And to this day, I still am. Researching and studying plants and flowers for years has definitely paid off. I’ve learned from medicine men and also learned on my own. And the things that I have learned has definitely purified my body naturally. As an herbalist, I want to help others maintain healthy systems. One day, I hope to have my own herbal shop.
      Sadly though, everyone in this society is too addicted to the pain pills and getting prescriptions from the doctor rather than actually be seen and receive care holistically. Every now and then I will be posting some tips on how to live a healthier life and how to use natural herbs to survive and heal.

      This first post I will talk about a particular plant. The plant that I will be talking about is called the Gallium Aparine, which is also known as Cleavers. This plant is used to heal many things. But the major thing that it heals is the lymphatic system. Once the Gallium Aparine heals the lymphatic system, it will relieve PMS symptoms, swollen breasts, and also any allergic reactions one might suffer. When you have taken this plant, you will chop about 2/3 of the plant and mix it with a bit of alcohol to liquify it. Once it has been made, you will only use 15 drops. If your system is very bad, then you will use the drops every 3 hours. If your lymphatic system is actually pretty decent, then you will only use it as needed. When you experience harsh PMS symptoms, swollen breasts and severe allergic reactions. Keep in mind, if you are unable to keep your allergic reactions maintained, then please go straight to the emergency room.


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