Immune Boosting Rosehip Syrup Recipe [Picture Guide] - These beautiful red globes are an immune boosting powerhouse that contain 20-30% more vitamin C than oranges! Just an ounce a day will do the trick.
You would be surprised how many household items (like cinnamon) can come to your aid when plants find themselves under attack from pests and disease. This link has a list of ten such items to give you an idea of what can be used before resorting to store-bought chemicals or pesticides.
Calendula Uses: Our 14 Favorite Recipes and Remedies - Calendula is perhaps most commonly known as a first aid remedy for cuts and wounds. It’s also used internally as an antimicrobial to help the body resist pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Having anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, astringent, and vulnerary properties, calendula is also a good herb for the skin.
Sage. One of my favorite culinary herbs and one of the herbs people have easy access to no matter where they are. Salvia officinalis – even the Latin name gives us an idea of the respect this Mediterranean beauty has earned. Salvia in Latin derives from the word salvere which means, “to save.” Historically, it has been used in many ways from a facial toner to a plague remedy, as well as drying up breast milk and easing a cough. Sage is a well-loved and well-used herb throughout the ages.