For today’s blog carnival on Natural Cures, Hartkeisonline.com blog reviews and rates our favorite herbs for healing websites.
- Health 911 My favorite folk remedy site. I have it listed under my Secret Web Weapons on this blog.
- Herb Reference Guide created by Mike Adams, who calls himself the Health Ranger, I guess that makes me the Health Rangerette! My husband likes his other site NaturalNews.com.
- 10 Best Healing Herbs according to Prevention Magazine.
- The Natural Path by Paul Blake who beat his cancer by following Thompsonian Naturopathic Medicine.
- Herbs Guide is a comprehensive directory of herbs and their healing properties.
- Wild Healing Herbs is a site by a school in the mountains of northeast Georgia, which teaches courses about Southern Appalachian medicinal herbs.
- Healing Herbs Database by FutureGarden a green business that sells hydroponics systems and supplies.
- Granny Medicine now that’s a great concept for a website! Our granny’s often used home remedies, because they are traditional wisdom. Here is a site thet seeks to reconnect us with our heritage.
- Ageless is an interesting South African website devoted to anti-aging herbs. Staying young with herbs sounds like a good program to me!
- Herbal Tea Bath Here is one for pure indulgence, a site that sells herbal tea bags for your bath. Oh, yummy! After doing all this internet research, I sure need to get in a soaking tub full of herbs!
See the Hartke is Online! resources page for good sources of herbs and herbal teas.
Now it’s your turn, please submit to the blog carnival your herbal stories, healing, growing, cooking with herbs, anything you like!
Our first carnival contributor is Local Nourishment, about the wonderful weed, Mullein!
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