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Four Herbs for Digestion

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Four Herbs for Digestion

Gas? Bloating? While these ailments frequently strike during the holidays (hello, Christmas dinner), they can happen at any point. Before we dive in, a quick definition. A carminative is an herbal action that relieves…

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5 Types of Cough - Characteristics, Causes, and How to Help

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5 Types of Cough - Characteristics, Causes, and How to Help

There are 5 Types of Cough with Characteristics, Causes, and How to Help. The types are tickling cough, dry cough, chesty cough, barking or croup cough and whooping cough. Using Dry Cough Syrups, Congestion Relief Syrups, Homeopathic Spongia Tosta, Elderberry Syrup and doTerra Breathe blend can help with these type of coughs.

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A Natural Approach to Childhood Wellness: Herbal Remedies for Common Illnesses

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A Natural Approach to Childhood Wellness: Herbal Remedies for Common Illnesses

Our job as parents is to get our kiddos feeling better, faster. This is where I thrive. I love to see their sniffles and scratchy throats disappear in a day or two, rather than a week. It brings me such a sense of satisfaction to know I helped them feel better, faster.

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Why Organic Elderberry Syrup is a Must-Have for Immune Support

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Why Organic Elderberry Syrup is a Must-Have for Immune Support

Elderberry has been scientifically proven to support the activation of the immune system and prevent the replication of viruses, as well as being active against bacteria.

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