The Power Of Two Great Medicinal Herbs ~ Calendula And Lemon Balm

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Medicinals Picked From My Garden This Morning

Working with medicinal herbs is just about the most favorite hobby I have.  And, I have alot.  It is really exciting to see more and more people beginning to engage in this wonderful pursuit in a quest for wellness and healthy living.  Natural herbs are a great addition to our bodies – both externally and internally.

Today I am writing about two easy herbs to work with that have great healing properties.

First, Calendula.  Calendula is a herb I work with a great deal in my salve making.  Here are all the benefits of calendula.

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The best way to preserve them is drying.  Then you can either make salves or creams with them.  Here are how tos, to make a salve of any kind of medicinal and also how to make creams.  See links below.

How To Make An Herbal Salve

How To Make Calendula Cream

Now, let’s talk about Lemon Balm.

Lemon Balm is a wonderfully aromatic herb that has great healing properties.

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From Natural Healing Medicine

Lemon balm can be used in th following ways:  See links after each topic to learn how to make each.

At HiBar Ranch, Farm and Forest we encourage you to grow these two medicinals at home and try to make some of these wonderful health/food products yourself.

God Bless!  L. Davis

2 thoughts on “The Power Of Two Great Medicinal Herbs ~ Calendula And Lemon Balm

  1. I love calendula! One of my favorite things to do is infused oil. When it’s ready, I make calendula soap 🙂 Also with calendula tea and calendula puree, so there’s plenty of it in there 🙂 Right now I buy dried calendula petals but I do plan on eventually growing my own. I’ve made calendula face cream as well.

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