The marigold has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory & anti-bacterial properties. It is also excellent in healing burns, stings & impetigo. Marigolds are wonderful in treating warts, corns & calluses. The flowers are also used in the treatment of many skin conditions from eczema to varicose ulcers. The marigold can be juiced from fresh flowers & leaves or made into a tea using dried flowers. The tea purifies the blood while helping expel worms, herpes or Hepatitis. #dherbs #healthtips
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I still remember the feeling of utter joy I used to have every Saturday at around 2 PM when I would take my bath with rainwater that I warmed up myself with nothing but the sun. My grandpa and I (I was 6 at the time) used to take out this huge tin bathtub from …
► Cold and cough A combination of apple cider vinegar and honey mixed in warm water is a very well-known folk remedy to deal with common cold, cough and sore throat. Simply mix 1 tsp. ACV, 1 tsp. honey and 1 tsp of warm water. Adding some mashed ginger to this mixture further enhances its medicinal properties. 1 tsp. of this mixture, thrice a day, helps to provide relief from congestion, cough and a stuffy nose.