Before you dismiss any of the weeds growing in your yard, you might want to consider their medicinal and nutritional benefits.
Hydrogen peroxide has many uses other than disinfecting wounds. You can use it around the house, in the garden, and in the bathroom.
Bee balm, also known as bergamot, has multiple uses including edible and medicinal uses that make it a must-have.
Elderberry syrup has long been praised by scientists and herbalists as being very beneficial to the body. Here’s how to make it.
Kudzu has earned a bad reputation, but it has some impressive benefits, as well. It can be used for food, medicine, clothing, and more.
Like other healing plants, chamomile has several health benefits that make it a valuable addition to your garden and medicine cabinet.
The following all-natural remedies don’t just treat colds and flus. They’re also extremely good for preventive care.
Yarrow is one of the oldest medicinal herbs, dating back thousands of years and used for various ailments. Here’s how to use it.
Tribes around the world have used tree bark for everything from cups to canoes. In this article, we’ll learn how to make survival tools.
One of the best anti-itch salves you can make is a jewelweed salve. It’s great for treating poison ivy, bug bites, and other skin problems.