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Blues Buster Tea Healing Herbs
Blues Buster Tea and Tincture

a natural remedy for Depression Worry Stress, specifically formulated to help you banish the blues and brighten up your life
Making a Tincture Health in the Home
Making a Tincture - home made medicine

How to make a medicine from plants in your garden.
watch the video on how to apply a herbal tincture externally Health in the Home
How to apply a herbal tincture externally

concerned about the consequences of taking your tincture internally - here is how you can use it externally to alleviate your concerns..
a Spring Planting at Middle Path home made medicine
a Spring Planting at Middle Path

It's impossible to ignore the onset of colour, scent and visual delight each year and we always seem to add more plants to the gardens - here is a glimpse of some herbs we planted in 2012.
Chickweed Healing Herbs
Chickweed - nature's natural fat-buster, skin detox and cancer fighter

If you haven't access to fresh Chickweed - which nobody has during the summer anyway, our tea or tincture is the best way to enlist the help of this potent herb. The tincture is simple to use and so convenient when you are travelling.
Chickweed Healing Herbs
Chickweed - nature's natural fat-buster

This lovely low-growing, trailing weed is delicious, the whole herb is used in salads, soups or stir frys and as a herbal tea. Chickweed is very high in Protein, minerals and Vitamin C and is excellent for helping to dissolve fats in the body. Chickweed is excellent for weight reduction, particularly in discouraging fat retention.
Herb Robert Healing Herbs
Herb Robert - cancer killer in the garden

This delightful herb has many names: Herb Robertianum, St. Robert, Storkbill, Cranesbill, Red Robin, Fox geranium, St. Robert's Wort, Bloodwort, Felonwort, Dragon's blood. It is an irrepressible, joyous addition to any garden and will add beauty, health, healing wherever it grows.
Lemon - a marvellous gift from nature Healing Herbs
Lemon - a marvellous gift from nature

The lemon has so many health benefits, it offers easy to prepare remedies for a host of ailments such as colds, chills, headaches, coughs, flus, Influenza to mention just a few of the better-known recipes. It is probably the only fruit which you will find in bars around the world - and there is a reason - its health-restoring and preserving qualities have been known for millenia.
Nasturtium Healing Herbs
Nasturtium a natural, potent antibiotic from nature

We have found Nasturtium to be a potent broad-spectrum antibiotic and healer which far surpasses any medical antibiotic in speed and effectiveness. A significant ingredient in many culinary dishes, Nasturtium is known to stimulate the appetite, promote digestion and metabolism.

Wild Raspberry Healing Herbs
Wild Raspberry - A great help with childbirth and with cancer too!

This “weed” grows profusely at Middle Path and we have heard tales of it “taking over” underutilised pasture very rapidly. The plant is listed as a “threat to Pacific island ecosystems”. We enjoy early mornings gathering their wild fruit for breakfast. What a delight to enjoy these natural abundant nutritional gifts from Nature.
Yellow Dock Healing Herbs
Yellow Dock - a broad spectrum healer for all ills

If we could only take a few herbs with us - this would be one of them! Dock has powerful medicinal properties and acts as a natural iron in the human system. It is a wonderful blood purifier and body cleanser - known to have helped heal scrofula, leprosy and tumors.



 
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