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Maybe it's because I grew up in Oklahoma that I had a fascination with herbs, spices and everything healing since I was a child. Living on a farm twenty miles from the county seat of Enid my sisters and I explored every leaf, rock, feather and animal that inhabited and surrounded our home. We grew up knowing that Indians, midwives and certain women used herbs in their healing rituals.

When I read Dr. Steven Joyal's article from VitalJuice.com that describes certain herbs used to promote healing, I wanted to make certain Nature's restoring properties are in your cabinet.  Here's what Dr. Joyal had to say:

[Link Removed]thinks so. He says that humble herbs and spices have the power to fight disease, soothe pain and more . Feel better fast with his spice solutions:

Upset stomach:  From seasickness to morning sickness, you can get rid of nausea naturally by chewing on 3 or 4 pieces of candied ginger.

Headache:  A teaspoon of turmeric might ease pain without pills. (Look for tumeric's active ingredient, curcumin, in supplement form.) Other research suggests that butterbur extract can help with migraines.

Colds: Add rosemary or oregano to your chicken soup–the herbs have antiviral and antimicrobial properties to help fight infections. Sip some ginger tea for dessert to reduce mucus production.

Bloating:  Try dandelion extract. This natural diuretic might help you get your flat belly back.

Joint pain:  Again, reach for curcumin and ginger. Both have potent anti-inflammatory effects to help soothe aches and get you back into the swing of things.

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