Superior Herb for support in treating infection and optimizing a sluggish liver

antibacterial herb liver mrsa Mar 28, 2019

As I sit to write this post about a very powerful yet gentle herb, I look down and there is a tincture bottle in front of me. I take a dropperful and put it under my tongue. The taste is strong and bitter…. Very bitter.

The herb is Orgeon Grape Root and the bitterness is due to the presence of alkaloids; berberine being the most notable. It is what gives the root the yellowish color. The herb grows in shady forest areas and was used as food and medicine by the pioneers who travelled the Oregon coast. It is the state flower of Oregon.

This post will be focusing on the use of Oregon Grape Root tincture. We, at Go For Wellness, harvest this wonderful herb on the farm. The roots are harvested carefully so as not to destroy the whole plant and then cut up and put into 40% alcohol for 6 weeks. After which time, it is strained a few times and then bottled into tincture dropper bottles. Tinctures generally have a long shelf life of up to 6 - 10 years. We do offer our surplus up for...

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Infused Oils and Essential Oils... the difference

The Difference Between Herbal Infused Oils and Essential Oils

Herbal Infused Oils are not the same as Essential oils and it is very important to know the difference when looking to support wellness safely.

We produce a lot of Infused oils each year from the herbs that grow both wild and the ones that we have planted and nurtured over the years. The season begins when the herbs come out and so the days are met with that in mind. When the St. John’s Wort Flowers, Hypericum perforatum, come out it is usually a very hot time of the year. But we endure because the rich red oil this herb creates is amazing and a powerful healing support, especially for nerve pain. Other herbs will come and go over the summer months, and some root herbals more in the fall. The process is easy and takes some monitoring, but well worth it for wellness support by our Great Mother…. Nature’s goodness captured in a gentle manner… and that is the way the Herbal Infused Oils work…...

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Trinity of Healing

belief healing water Jan 13, 2017

We believe there are three components to healing.Number one is good nutrition and high quality supplementation. Our bodies require essential minerals and vitamins to empower it to take care of imbalances that cause illness and disease. Healing is possible when we provide the body with what it needs on a daily basis. This along with clean, vibrant and balanced water, is the foundation of healing.

Number two for healing is paying attention to how you talk about yourself and the ailments that affect you. What you say has a great deal of power for manifestation. If we talk about your wounds and illness in a negative manner, it will feed the illness. What is needed for healing to take place is positive self talk. When we become conscious of how we talk about our illness we can empower ourselves toward a lasting healing. Indeed, there is room for acknowledging what is not going right in the body when illness comes. There is room for it because learning about an illness or life threatening...

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