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Wood Betony blossom, up close

Wood Betony Resources: Links, Videos, Learning and Use

Wood Betony was once a favored herbal remedy for just about everything that could ail you. Although we not longer think of it as a panacea, Wood Betony is making a comeback…one that’s timely indeed! These curated resources fous on the medicinal, magical, and healing properties of Wood Betony and how to grow, harvest, and make medicine from it.

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lip balm and cream near flowers

Balm of Protection: End Nightmares and Night Terrors

Balm of Protection is a blend that makes use of the gifts of Saint John’s Wort to lift depression and both define and strengthen one’s energy field and the gift of Wood Betony to center and ground one’s energy. Coupled with frankincense, copaiba balsam, vetiver, and yarrow, this balm is all about offering protection to those who need to be a little less expansive and open.

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Wood Betony in field stachys officinalis or betonica officinalis

Formulating Home Remedies, Wood Betony for Stomach and Headache

Reality is, Wood Betony is not a real panacea. Wood Betony is a complex and powerful plant that offers us a huge opportunity to heal. What we want to heal…that’s up to us.

This is one of the keys to recognizing where Wood Betony can help you work miracles. Wood Betony’s call is to heal by returning your power home to your powercenter and balancing it there.

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Wood Betony blossom, up close

Wood Betony Energetics: TCM, Ayurveda, Traditional Western Herbalism

Wood Betony is a classic Western herb used as a cure-all in both home remedies and witchcraft of household cleansing and protection. Through out Old Europe, people reached for Wood Betony to ease aches and pains, soothe digestive complaints, and resolve headaches, insomnia, anxiety, depression, irritability, and all manner of nervous-system complaints.

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Get to Know Wood Betony, Stachys officinalis

Wood Betony, aka Stachys officinalis and formerly known as Betonica officinalis, is regaining it’s former popularity among modern herbalists. It’s about time, I say. We most definitely need to stomach a lot of challenge, a lot of fear and anxiety, a lot of sorrow and grief, and a lot of toxicity in our modern world. We need strong and steady stomach medicine, which is right up Wood Betony’s ally.

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Scullcap, Scutellaria tuberosa flowering

Skullcap as a Home Remedy: Links, Videos, Learning and Use

Learn about growing wildcrafting and harvesting, and making home remedies and herbal remedies with Skullcap with these resources. Resources include videos, articles, podcasts, and recipes for using Skullcap or Scutellaria latiflora for plant-based care for pain, tension, insomnia, and anxiety.

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Atlas Cedar branch and young cones

Atlas Cedarwood Essential Oil Properties, Uses

I’ve been using Atlas Cedarwood essential oil in my Gear Defender disinfectant spray and other disinfectant blends for a few years. It’s warm, woody scent offers a wonderful grounding base note to those blends while enhancing the anti-microbial aspects of the other essential oils. I’ve thought of Atlas Cedarwood as a partner in those blends.

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skullcap flowers

Meet Skullcap, Scutellaria lateriflora, ID and Medicinal Properties

Skullcap is a relaxing nervine without sedation. The Eclectics used Skullcap as a nerve tonic for conditions brought on by nervousness and stress, i.e., asthma, rashes, eczema, and headaches. Skullcap is trophorestorative (nourishing tonic) for the nervous system in low doses long-term to improve and restore nervous system function.

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