Tag: making a tincture

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Don’t Forget our Kitchen Pharmacy Day

April 3, 2014

I’ve just made up a batch of ginger toffees for you to try tomorrow at our Kitchen Pharmacy day. Ginger is great to calm motion sickness and nausea. It is also great for circulation, inflammatory pain and indigestion. A bit of a warning though – I decocted this lot of ginger for longer than usual so ginger fans will love this batch. Looking forward to catching up in-store tomorrow Mary You Are Invited To Our Kitchen Pharmacy Free In-Store Day Saturday 5th April 9am-1pm Mammoth Health....

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Make Your Own Herbal Cream

March 25, 2014

Applications such as lotions, creams, ointments and liniments  have been used for thousands of years to treat rashes, wounds, skin conditions as well as bruising, sprains and muscle spasms. It is very empowering and rewarding to be able to prepare your external preparations when the need arises. Our skin secretes a mixture of oil and water to protect itself so preparations applied to the skin are better absorbed if they are also a mixture of oil and water (Adams & Tan, 2006). We need....

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Kitchen Pharmacy

March 20, 2014

Making your own herbal medicines can be a very enjoyable and empowering experience. Unfortunately due to the nature of our fast-paced life-styles and pharmacy dominance, many of us have become very disconnected with simple home healing remedies which our parents and grandparents used in their everyday lives. Plants have been part of our lives and health since earliest time and now is the time re-learn and re-connect with some traditional herbal techniques and remedies. Kitchen Pharmacy At Ma....

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