Monthly Archives: March 2016

Motherwort {Leonurus cardiaca}

Also, Known As: Lion’s Ear Lion’s Tail Lion’s Tart Motherwort Although motherwort is indigenous to Europe, over the years, the plant has acclimatized itself to the different conditions all over North America. Presently, motherwort is found in the terrain ranging from Nova Scotia to Montreal and southern parts of North America to Texas and North Carolina. The plant thrives best

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Excessive Menstruation ( Menorrhagia )

Women suffering from the condition known as menorrhagia are usually treated by the use of birth control pills in conventional medication. The failure to control the excessive monthly bleeding by use of contraceptive pills when it occurs is replaced with another so-called “cure”. The woman may sometimes be offered the unhappy choice of undergoing a hysterectomy in such cases this

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Lack Of Menstruation ( Amenorrhea )

Amenorrhea is a condition experienced by many women; it can be defined as the condition of partial or total lack of menstruation. In this condition, the normal menstrual cycles of the women just stop or is halted due to some reason. The complete of any menstrual flow in women can be attributed to many different causes. The presence of intense

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Menstrual Cramps.

A menstrual cycle is a regular as well as accepted series of monthly physiological changes in a woman during which she sheds the lining of her uterus. This physiological change begins at puberty and recurs all through a woman’s reproductive years. In medical parlance, menstrual cramps are called dysmenorrhea, denoting an agonizing menstruation period. The entire menstrual cycle may last

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Pansy.

COMMON NAME:  pansy GENUS:  Viola SPECIES, HYBRIDS, CULTIVARS, V. wittrockiana ‘Universal’ hybrids-heavy blooms; heat and cold tolerant. V. w. ‘Crystal Bowl’-clear colors without markings; small 2 1/2-inch blooms V. w. ‘Majestic Giants’-large plants with 4-inch blooms. FAMILY:  Violaceae BLOOMS:  early spring TYPE:  annual DESCRIPTION:  Unusual markings on the petals of pansy blossoms have earned the flowers the name “faces.” There are

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Natural Egg Dye.

Use vegetables and spices to create egg dyes that are natural and beautiful. An Ostara without dyed eggs wouldn’t be much fun at all. And why waste money on artificial egg dye, especially when you’ve already grown your own natural grass and made a basket from recycled containers? Natural egg dye is easy to make using berries, vegetables, and spices,

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