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Harness herb healing with digital root two.

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The Two 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. Arame: A type of edible seaweed, rich in iodine and often used in Japanese cuisine.

  2. Astragalus: An adaptogenic herb traditionally used in Chinese medicine to support immune function and reduce stress.

  3. Bayberry Bark: Known for its astringent properties, often used to treat infections and promote wound healing.

  4. Bear's Foot: Also known as bear's breech, a perennial plant with ornamental qualities and traditional medicinal uses.

  5. Birds Nest: Refers to various types of fungi, often used in traditional Chinese medicine to support respiratory health.

  6. Bittersweet: A plant with poisonous properties, traditionally used in small amounts for treating skin conditions and inflammation.

  7. Black: A term used to describe various plants, such as black cohosh or black walnut, each with their own medicinal properties.

  8. Burdock: A root with anti-inflammatory properties, traditionally used to purify the blood and support liver function.

  9. Butternut Bark: Known for its laxative properties, often used to treat constipation and promote bowel movements.

  10. Celery Seed: A natural diuretic, often used to reduce water retention and support healthy digestion.

  11. Chaga: A medicinal mushroom with immune-boosting properties, often used for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits.

  12. Chestnut: A type of tree that produces edible nuts, rich in nutrients and antioxidants.

  13. Cinnamon: A popular spice known for its potential to help regulate blood sugar levels and support digestive health.

  14. Corn Silk: A natural diuretic, often used to support kidney and urinary tract health.

  15. Cotton Root: Traditionally used in herbal medicine as an emmenagogue to stimulate menstruation and support women's health.

  16. Cramp Bark: Known for its antispasmodic properties, often used to relieve muscle cramps and menstrual pain.

  17. Devil's Claw: An anti-inflammatory herb, traditionally used to alleviate joint pain and support digestive health.

  18. Dogwood: A tree with bark that has been used traditionally to reduce fever and inflammation.

  19. Fennel: Aromatic seeds with carminative properties, often used to support digestion and alleviate gas and bloating.

  20. Fenugreek: A plant with seeds that have been used traditionally to support digestion, lactation, and blood sugar regulation.

  21. Foot: Not an herb, but rather a part of the human body that provides support and balance.

  22. Frankincense: A resin with a long history of use for its anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and immune-supporting properties.

  23. Grape: A fruit high in antioxidants, often consumed for its potential heart health benefits.

  24. Helleborus Americanus: A toxic plant that has been used historically in small amounts for its purgative and diuretic properties.

  25. Hydrangea: A flowering plant with roots that have been used traditionally to support kidney and urinary tract health.

  26. Leverwood: Also known as ironwood, a type of tree valued for its strong and dense wood.

  27. Licorice: A root with anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties, often used to soothe the digestive tract and respiratory system.

  28. Lion's Root: Also known as lion's mane mushroom, an edible fungus with potential cognitive and immune-boosting benefits.

  29. Lobelia: An herb with antispasmodic properties, traditionally used to alleviate respiratory issues and muscle cramps.

  30. Maple: A type of tree that produces a sweet sap, often used as a natural sweetener and source of antioxidants.

  31. Mint: Aromatic herbs known for their digestive and calming properties, often used to alleviate stomach discomfort and promote relaxation.

  32. Motherwort: A medicinal herb traditionally used to support women's health, particularly during menstruation and menopause.

  33. Sage Leaf: A culinary and medicinal herb with antimicrobial properties, often used to support digestion and respiratory health.

  34. Slippery Elm Bark: A mucilaginous herb with soothing properties, often used to alleviate digestive and respiratory discomfort.

  35. Strawberry Leaf: Rich in antioxidants and tannins, traditionally used to support digestive health and reduce inflammation.

  36. Tea Tree Oil: A potent essential oil with antimicrobial properties, often used topically to treat skin issues and infections.

  37. Trailing: A term that describes plants with a growth habit of spreading along the ground, often used in reference to groundcovers.

  38. White Willow Bark: Known for its pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties, often used as a natural alternative to aspirin.

  39. Wild Yam Root: A plant with a long history of use in traditional medicine for supporting women's health, particularly in relation to hormone balance.

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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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