How Would You Like to Have a Complete Medicinal Garden in Your Backyard ?
The 10 Medicinal Plants You Want to Have in Your Backyard:
Chicory– The Forgotten “Relieving Plant” that Should Grow in Every U.S Backyard
Chicory was largely used by our forefathers whenever they were in pain. This “relieving plant” deals with a wide range of physical discomforts, especially aches and inflammation of the back, knee, neck, hip, shoulder and joints in general. Chicoric Acid (CA) seems to be the plant substance responsible for that. You’ll find out more about the remedies you can make from Chicory in the brochure you’ll receive along with the kit.
Yarrow– Nature’s Tourniquet
The second plant you’ll receive is called Yarrow and this one saved my knuckle. On day 42 of the Alone Show I accidentally cut my hand while gutting a fish. The wound was deep and most likely would have gotten infected. Luckily, I found some Yarrow growing nearby and packed some inside the cut. The bleeding stopped in minutes and my wound healed so well that now there’s barely a scar left.
California Poppy – The Herbal Sandman
You won’t know the value of a good night’s sleep until you can’t get anymore. Unfortunately, as we age, that naturally tends to happen to most people. But this plant can help support a healthy and restorative deep sleep like we enjoyed as children, when falling and staying asleep were both effortless. I usually take my California Poppy as a simple tea, right before bed, and then doze off soon after. But you can also enjoy its sleep benefits as a more concentrated tincture.
Peppermint – The Pioneer’s Stomach Band-Aid
The 4th plant will fill your backyard with a pleasantly refreshing smell. When you pick and prepare your newly grown Peppermint leaves, your stomach will be grateful. Most of our lives we eat whatever we want, and we rarely give him a break. But FRESH Peppermint tea or oil are doing just that. In the brochure you receive with the kit, you’ll find more of its uses for: skin, nerves, intestines, bile or the liver just to name a few.
Chamomile – Our Grandparents' Eye-Catching Plant
The 5th plant you’ll have is called Chamomile. And this is how it could look in your garden. My grandmother used to dip a clean cloth in warm chamomile tea and place it over swollen joints or irritated eyes. Chamomile has a lot of healthy properties and uses. So, if you have it on hand, together with the brochure, you can use it for: muscles, skin, eyes and many others.
Evening Primrose – The Old Answer to Morning Stiffness
Our grandparents would take this plant first thing each morning and then get to enjoy a healthy mobility until the sun went down. I have a big patch of it in my garden and I think it should definitely become a staple in yours as well. Turn to the brochure to find out how you can also use the plant for: bones, nerves, digestion, liver, eyes, blood vessels, energy, etc.
Meadowsweet – The Perennial Anti-Inflammatory Herb
The 7th plant you’ll find waiting for you in the garden is Meadowsweet. This was one of three plants revered most by the druid healers. Later, during the 19th century, Felix Hoffman used Meadowsweet and not the Willow Tree when he first extracted his famous salicylic acid. You might know it as Aspirin. But it has several other powerful uses for lungs and nerves that will find out in the brochure.
Echinacea – The Plant for a Strong Immune System
What I realized in my 20 years of practicing herbalism is that the medicinal substances found in plants you buy at the herbal stores pale in comparison to the ones you find in nature or grow yourself. It’s never been more evident than for Echinacea, which is a plant known to support a healthy immune system. But Echinacea is also used for the urinary tract in both women and men. All the recipes can be found in the brochure.
Calendula – The Herb You Need to Keep Close during Dark Times
The 9th plant in your kit is Calendula.In the old days’ folks used to dress wounds and cover cuts with a salve made from it. But where this plant really shines is with the immune and lymphatic system. A good plant to have around the house, especially in times like these. With the brochure included you’ll learn how to make it into an oil, a salve, a decoction and an extract.
Feverfew – The Plant that Fights Migraines
Just like the name suggests, it is a great fever reducer and a natural anti-inflammatory similar to Ibuprofen. Feverfew lowers the number, as well as the severity and duration of migraine attacks. It also decreases nausea and light-sensitivity. You can eat the leaves raw, but inside the brochure, you’ll also discover how to make your own “Anti-Migraine Tincture” from the Feverfew growing in your backyard.
Your Backyard Medicinal Garden in a Pocket-Size Kit
I’ve gathered all the seeds for these 10 herbs, inside the Medicinal Garden Kit.
All these seeds have been handpicked from the very best plants. The Medicinal Garden Kit has no chemicals, genetic modifications, or any other alterations.
With your seeds kit, you’ll also receive a FREE Medicinal Guide that shows you how to turn these 10 plants into tinctures, ointments, salves, poultices, decoctions, infusions, essential oils —all in minute detail so you can follow our guide even if you’ve never made an herbal medicine in your life.
Even if you’ve never planted anything before, you’ll have no trouble growing the plants included in this package.
Inside your Medicinal Garden Kit, you’ll also find 10 smaller packages with each type of seed. On them you’ll find details on how to plant, grow, and harvest each one.
All in all, the Medicinal Garden Kit contains 1,625 of the highest quality seeds from plants homegrown in the U.S.
I assure you that you cannot find these 10 types of seeds in one package anywhere else. Before I made it, I had been looking for something like this for a long, long time.
And I would have been willing to pay A LOT for it.
Planting a medicinal herb garden will bring new and exciting aspects to your green world and many benefits. But even so, if you don’t want to plant them now, for any reason, you can keep the seeds for when you feel the time is right.
I know a few people who grabbed three Medicinal Garden Kits each, just to store them in case of a crisis that affects our medical system and the pharmaceutical chains. These Medicinal Garden Kits will keep for a long-time and are perfect for people who want to be more self-reliant and for those who are preparing for the worst of times.
With your Medicinal Garden Kit, you’ll always have one reliable, safe, and completely free natural alternative within easy reach.
All 10 of these healing plants are good companions for vegetables and fruit trees, but you can also plant them in the front yard if you wish.
Most of the medicinal herbs found in the kit are perennials that die in the winter and re-emerge in the spring or self-seeding annuals that become well established after the first year.
365 Days Money-Back Guarantee
And because I have such faith in the Medicinal Garden Kit, it comes with a full 365 days money-back guarantee.
But my guess is you’ll never want a refund, because these seeds and the 10 plants they create will end up saving you A LOT more money in the long run than what you’re paying for them today.
So, click on the button bellow to get your medicinal garden kit, risk free!
I wish you the best on your journey to natural health.
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