Home Remedy Secrets: tinctures

Home Remedy Secrets: tinctures

Build your own herbal apothecary with Home Remedy Secrets: Building Your Herbal Medicine Chest. Learn 19 herbs and how to use them. This video is part of a course that is free at LearningHerbs.com. It’s herbal home remedies in a simple manner.
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A natural home remedy for skin lightening calls for squeezing lemon juice into a regular soap and apply soap in circular motions. For stubborn sunspots, use lemon juice on a cotton ball as a toner with instructions from a certified esthetician in this free video on skin care. Expert: Jaquelyn Hill Contact: www.resultsarepriceless.com Bio: Jaquelyn Hill has been an esthetician for over 16 years. Filmmaker: Gerald Lee
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43 Replies to “Home Remedy Secrets: tinctures”

  1. The 3 most powerful and effective natural ingriedients I use for health and healing have been Aloe Vera – I slice open an aloe leaf length wise and scrape slimy clear meat into a blender, add OJ or juice and blend. Garlic – garlic is awesome – dice mix with olive oil and salt and pepper eat it with bread. Peroxide – peroxide occurs in nature – rain water actually. When I am ill or about to become ill – I take a bath with about 2 cups of peroxide – Amazing results – read up on it – you’ll b glad!

  2. Alcohol is generally used in extracting the natural chemicals found in herbs. it is very safe use. The only warning I can think of is that If you have an herb that is some what toxic in high levels , then you’ll need to be careful. One example is bloodroot. It is used to kill cancer and just about every other virus out there, but it is toxic in fairly small doses the same thing is true with arnica. ps. be careful as many herbs tent to thin the blood

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  4. @qwertyabsurd I think you’re the one showing foolishness or stupidity in here, before reading my comment and attacking me with something I didn’t say / write. Pls, get some English lessons before making yourself a fool.

  5. @axismundi I didn’t say the whole country is pure black they have a high percentage of blacks with no mix of lighter shades in them. Read what I wrote. We are all of the Black race the only difference is albinos are called whites now. The different shades are just mixtures of Blacks and albinos(Whites) Check your in box

  6. @dudewaitewhat some black americans have cancer because alot of them have albino blood in them. If you didn’t know thats what white people are. If you go to countries like Hati and countries in africa where you have pure black there are little to no skin cancer. Cancer is an albino disease. And stop putting all that shit in your hair. You must have grown up around alot of whites or spanish people. Be yourself

  7. @dudewaitewhat When did I ever say that people with more pigment don’t require protection from UVA/UVB rays? The whole discussion was started when someone on here was denying that taking some of the pigment out woould affect in sensitising the skin further to the suns rays. And i never actually said anything about being pro skin lightening. Just the consequences of it which is taking pigment out and making skin prone to being sensitive to UV rays and potentially skin cancer.

  8. @DontStopBelieving145 are you being serious right now? you’re going to tell a survivor of skin cancer how they contracted it? this is absolutely ridiculous. i’m not even going to argue with you. i personally believe that regardless of ones skin color there is a need for UVA protection as well as UVB protection. as far as which wave length these two lights are is a completely different subject.

  9. @dudewaitewhat Tendancy to absorb UV rays and getting sun burned are completely different things. UV rays don’t cause physiological damage but can instigate tumour growth and cause skin cancer like melanoma. A sun burn is when infra red rays from the sun increase the tempurature of the skin, evapourate the water from the skin cells, leaving their structure damaged or broken. That’s why you get a more reddish appearance: damaged blood vessels and skin cells.

  10. skin it’s self is fairly acidic, with the pH of water being more alkaline it actually neutralizes the acid. really what is going on is called exfoliation, there isn’t an actual “lightening” effect the old/hyper-pigmented skin is removed and replaced by new/normal skin. these AHA(alpha Hydroxy Acids) are found in many skin care products, they speed up the production of new skin cells. the most powerful/ effective AHA on the market today is a derivative of Vitamin A called Retinol.

  11. Authorized Vendor for Quinine. Raintree’s sustainably harvested pure Quinine bark powder rich in active and beneficial phytochemicals that occur naturally in this plant. This plant has been milled into a fine powder which is suitable to stuff into capsules or to prepare your own teas, tinctures or extracts..

  12. Yeah! The fact that many policy-makers differentiated between medical cannabis and marijuana that mexicans smoked. That is to say, medical cannabis tinctures had existed in America for 50+ years but in the 1920’s when massive mexican migration occurred everyone freaked out because they were smoking ‘crazy loco weed.’ They either didn’t realize (or ignored) the fact that that same drug had been in their pharmacies for years.

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