5 More Essential Medicinal Herbs to Grow for Making Home Remedies



➡️TIMESTAMPS: 0:00 Introduction 1:25 Basil – Holy Basil, Rama (Tulsi) 8:23 Feverfew 11:05 Rosemary 16:56 Sage 20:13 Moringa 24:33 BONUS HERBS …

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  1. Hi Sweet Friends, Today I want to share with you 5 MORE Essential Medicinal Herbs to Grow for Making Home Remedies. HURRY! Get 15% off all regularly-priced offerings with this link and promocode Marysnest15 (Special discount for Mary's Nest viewers expires on April 1, 2021): http://aspireiq.go2cloud.org/aff_c?offer_id=24&aff_id=1125

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  2. Rosemary – so great to just go into the tunnel or greenhouse and rum the plant and the dog and I feel so good with that smell. I also use it with roasting a chicken.
    I have no problem with mine freezing – even though the temps went down to single digits this winter – but slightly warmer in the greenhouse – not a lot. 🙁 My rosemary keeps getting bigger and bigger and is now in TWO big growing bags – not just one. But, my royal basil went down – no thanks to the oregano that over took it.

  3. This isn't about herbs but I saw your extract videos how would you make banana extract would you use raw bananas or would you dehydrated the bananas first then add in the alcohol or veg. g? stuff. To make your extract

  4. Hello and love from Finland! Recently I found your channel and it is amazing! You make really quality content. I live in an apartment and you have inspired me to start a balcony garden. Thank you and stay well!

  5. Whew! I finally made it here! I was sitting down to watch this this morning and my son showed up with the chicken coop he built; more like parts. ☺️ We had fun putting it together.
    Thank you for the reminder of the Tulsi and feverfew. More seeds to start!
    I'd like to mention that when I quit smoking, I first started by swapping out some of the tobacco with herbs like oatstraw, lobelia and mullein. It worked Very well!
    Thank you again for this series, Mary! ✝️💜

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  7. I love this series! Mullein! Yes, it is a fabulous respiratory herb and loves to grow in rocky, poor soil. The leaves are great for respiratory conditions but, if you make tea, be sure to strain well through a cloth as the tiny hairs irritate the throat. Tinctures are my favorite choice of herbal medicines, as they work fast and it's fairly easy to make tinctures ahead and have them labeled and ready when ill health strikes, as sometimes we don't even feel well enough to make tea. Mullein can also be smudged or smoked in a tobacco pipe. Mullein flowers can be dried, then steeped in a good oil (not coconut, as it goes solid when cool) for a few weeks, strain off the liquid, and use for earaches. Some people add garlic to this as well, but I haven't. Mullein root can be tinctured and used both internally and topically for back pain. Great video!! God bless.

  8. Thank you for sharing your expertise. I also want to compliment you on how wonderful your channel is. You always are very thoughtful to include links to previous episodes and all the other helpful information associated with your videos. All YouTubers should take a hard look at how you set up this channel. Hugs.

  9. Another informative, helpful, and easy to understand video. I so appreciate not only the work you put into each video but most of all, you freely share your knowledge and don’t charge for classes or seminars. Thank you for making this available to everyone! God bless.

  10. Thanks for sharing. I wish I had known about ways to dry up breast milk after Thomas passed. It sucked I still produced milk for months after he was gone. I set up the child tracker we got for Dad. It has arrows and map as well updates on where the device is. It can only be removed with a special tool. Think I will order the belt that fits that system since he won't always carry his backpack or wear a jacket. His lower pants usually doesn't have pockets. The undershirt that fits it may be too many layers in the hot weather. I have trouble getting Daniel to keep on his shirt on those days.

  11. I have a dwarf moringa from Baker Creek that grows well in my 4b zone.😊 I have ragweed allergies and have never heard fever few could trigger them… thank you! I was considering growing it in a far off corner since it repels bees/pollinators but nope not going to. 💜 God Bless!

  12. You deserve an honorary doctorate for these videos Mary! Love your channel. I purchased a Tower Garden last month which is an aeroponics growing system. Right now I'm growing all kinds of greens and herbs. I think I should throw some medicinal plants in there as well. I don't have anywhere else to grow right now because I'm living in a small apartment until I build. What a great investment this Tower Garden has been. My greens are so tender and nutrient-dense. Plus, it looks beautiful in my kitchen. I had friends over for dinner last weekend and cut leaves for salads that were fantastic and everyone thought this growing machine was amazing! I've had better results with this than growing outside. No pests, uses over 90% less water, and because it's a vertical system the footprint is only 3 sq ft. This holds around 32 plants and is perfect for my needs in my little 350 sq ft apartment. I eat a lot of fresh produce so this should pay for itself within 18 months or less. I keep an extremely well-stocked pantry but having fresh food is essential for good health. I'm so committed to this aeroponics system and because we live in uncertain times, I even purchased an Inergy solar generator in case there are power disruptions. Anyone interested in a solar generator through Inergy may want to look into purchasing quickly because they're 20% off during presale. It's the lightest-weight solar generator on the market with excellent reviews.

  13. I already have basil, rosemary, and sage that I have been working to increase for the past several years. This year, I am working to add moringa. I have a few little seedlings I'm anxious to transplant. But I've also been watching some videos of people who live in Phoenix who've been able to grow them outside directly from seed. It's all a slow, focused process. I need to look back through your series to see if you've touched on yarrow. I had planted some in my garden at my previous home but have yet to get it started here.

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