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Harness herb healing with digital root four.

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The Four Herbs

Each herbal remedy can be complemented with a glass of water, energized by the matching digital root frequency of the respective healing solution.

  1. Alder: A type of tree with astringent properties, traditionally used to treat skin irritations and inflammation.

  2. American Ginseng: A medicinal plant known for its adaptogenic properties, often used to support energy, cognitive function, and immune health.

  3. Ash Tree: A type of tree valued for its strong wood and used in traditional medicine for its diuretic and laxative properties.

  4. Asparagus: A nutrient-rich vegetable known for its potential diuretic properties and support of kidney health.

  5. Barberry Root: A plant with antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, often used to support digestive health and liver function.

  6. Bean: A type of legume, rich in plant-based protein and fiber, often consumed for their potential health benefits.

  7. Bearberry: A plant with diuretic and antimicrobial properties, traditionally used to support urinary tract health.

  8. Beech Drop: A parasitic plant with a history of use in traditional medicine for its astringent and anti-inflammatory properties.

  9. Berries: A general term for small, fleshy fruits, often rich in antioxidants and nutrients.

  10. Bethroot: A plant with a history of use in traditional medicine for its astringent and anti-inflammatory properties, particularly in women's health.

  11. Birch: A type of tree with a history of use in traditional medicine for its diuretic, anti-inflammatory, and pain-relieving properties.

  12. Blackberry Leaf: Rich in tannins and antioxidants, often used to support digestive health and reduce inflammation.

  13. Buckthorn: A plant with laxative properties, often used to treat constipation and promote bowel movements.

  14. Calico Bush: Also known as mountain laurel, a toxic plant with a history of use in traditional medicine in small amounts for its antispasmodic properties.

  15. Cannabis: A plant with various medicinal uses, including pain relief, anxiety reduction, and support of appetite and sleep.

  16. Capsicum: A group of plants that produce spicy peppers, often used for their potential pain-relieving and digestive health benefits.

  17. Castor Oil: A natural oil extracted from the seeds of the castor bean plant, traditionally used as a laxative and for skin health.

  18. Cayenne: A type of hot pepper known for its potential pain-relieving and metabolism-boosting properties.

  19. Celandine: A plant with a history of use in traditional medicine for its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, often used to treat skin conditions.

  20. Cloves: Aromatic flower buds with potential antimicrobial and analgesic properties, often used to support oral health and digestion.

  21. Comfrey: A medicinal herb with a history of use in traditional medicine for its wound-healing and anti-inflammatory properties.

  22. Echinacea: A popular herb known for its potential immune-boosting properties and support of respiratory health.

  23. Female Fern: A type of fern traditionally used in herbal medicine for its potential vermifuge (worm-expelling) properties.

  24. Fiber: An indigestible plant component that supports digestion, bowel regularity, and overall health.

  25. Flax Seed: Rich in omega-3 fatty acids and fiber, often consumed for their potential heart health and digestive benefits.

  26. Goldenrod: A plant with a history of use in traditional medicine for its anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties, often used to support urinary tract health.

  27. Goldenseal: A medicinal plant with antimicrobial properties, often used to support immune function and digestive health.

  28. Goldthread: A plant with a history of use in traditional medicine for its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, often used to treat infections and inflammation.

  29. Hawthorne: A plant with a history of use in traditional medicine for its potential heart health benefits, often used to support circulation and cardiovascular function.

  30. Henbane: A toxic plant with a history of use in traditional medicine for its sedative and pain-relieving properties, often used in small amounts under professional supervision.

  31. Hops: A plant traditionally used for its sedative and relaxation-promoting properties, often found in herbal sleep aids and natural remedies for anxiety.

  32. Horse Chestnut: A plant with a history of use in traditional medicine for its potential vein-strengthening and anti-inflammatory properties, often used to support circulatory health.

  33. Indigo: A plant used as a natural dye and in traditional medicine for its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.

  34. Ironweed: A plant with a history of use in traditional medicine for its potential pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties.

  35. Linden: A type of tree with flowers traditionally used for their calming and sedative properties, often used to support relaxation and sleep.

  36. Lungwort: A medicinal herb with a history of use in traditional medicine for its potential respiratory health benefits, often used to support lung function and alleviate coughs.

  37. Mallow: A group of plants with a history of use in traditional medicine for their soothing and anti-inflammatory properties, often used to alleviate skin and digestive issues.

  38. Mandrake: A toxic plant with a history of use in traditional medicine for its sedative and pain-relieving properties, often used in small amounts under professional supervision.

  39. Nettle: A plant with a history of use in traditional medicine for its potential anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties, often used to support joint health and urinary tract function.

  40. Oat Fiber: A source of soluble and insoluble fiber, often consumed for its potential digestive health benefits and support of cholesterol regulation.

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Harness the Power of Nature

Did you know that listening to the soothing sounds of rain, storms, oceans, or gentle breezes can actually improve your physical well-being? Well, here's an interesting tidbit: incorporating mathematical equations like the Fibonacci sequence into your music can take this experience to a whole new level! To make it easier for you, I've put together a curated playlist of nine songs on YouTube that have been specifically designed to achieve this effect.

By immersing yourself in these melodious tunes, you'll not only experience the blissful release of natural hormones like serotonin, dopamine, and oxytocin, but you'll also give your cells a much-needed boost of hydration. So, sit back, relax, and let these harmonious compositions work their magic on your mind and body. Enjoy!

Singing Bowl Faraday Net Song! - YouTube

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