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The Native Americans used Herbal Remedies as cures for ailments
and they were made with items found in nature.
I hope you find something here that will be of use to you.
Please remember that before you try one of these
to check with your doctor first and if the ailment persists
to seek medical help. I will introduce you to Totem Power Stones.
I will tell you about crystals and the crystal connection dealing with chakras of the body

These are Herbal Remedies for every stage of life.
These come from a book titled "American Indian Healing Arts, herbs, rituals and remedies for every stage of life"
by E. Barrie Kavasch and Karen Baar


These pages will be something different. I am going to try to bring you pages with some herbs,
and remedies for every season of life. These are brought to you from a wonderful book I have,
called "American Indian Healing Arts" by E. Barrie Kavasch and Karen Baar.
The Indians were well noted for their herbal remedies and healing skills.
If any of you have ones of your own that are Natural, please let me know and I will add them here.
Also I will bring you several other things about Native Americans
and their becoming closer to their Native Mother Earth and Father Sky.
Please be patient as this page may take time to grow.


~Earth Remedies for Adolescence~

During adolescence, young people pay more careful attention to their appearance.
Many American Indians consider grasses and herbs to be the "hair of Mother Earth"
and so they turn to these select botanicals for their own hair care.
This is a time of learning and developing their skills.


Marigold-Calendula Deodorant Cream

Marigolds and calendula are two flowers long used in skin treatments.
Marigolds are ancient natives of the desert Southwest and Mexico;
the origins of the calendula lie in the Mediterranean,
but the flowers escaped to North America long ago.
Both have mild pleasing fragrances and soothing mineral healing qualities.
This cream is well absorbed into the skin;
it is especially pleasant in the heat of the summer.
Creams are usually composed and simmered in a double boiler for about 3 hours in order to create a fine emulsion.

Measure ingredients into the top of a double boiler. Heat at a low simmer, blending everything together.

At the end of the cooking time, pour the cream into a clean bowl.
Stir or whip it continuously until it cools and sets.
Spoon the cream into sterilized dark glass jars and label.
To counter mold growth or spoilage and extend the shelf life of the cream,
you can add 4 drops of tincture of benzoin at the very end of the cooking process.


2 1/2 ounces glycerine
5 ounces emulsifying wax or beeswax
2 1/2 ounces distilled water
1 ounce dried marigold petals, pulverized
1 ounce dried calendula petals, pulverized
1/2 ounce dried mint or bergamot leaves, pulverized


Marigold-Calendula Cornstarch body Talc.

Using the same herbs as in the previous recipe,
you can make a remarkably soothing body talc.

Measure these ingredients into a sterile jar or bottle.
Cap tightly and shake well: label and date.
Keep this in the bath and use it as a choice of dusting powder or carry it with you in your gym bag.

2 ounces each dried marigold petals, dried calendula petals,
and dried bergamot leaves pulverized
6 ounces of cornstarch


Bergamot/Mint Breath Freshener

As a quick and easy digestive aid and breath freshener,
try slowly and thoroughly chewing a leaf
or two of bergamot or other fresh mint leaves.
You can also make one cup of mild mint tea
with one cup of water and three leaves of your favorite mint.
Use this as a mouth rinse, gargle and throat spray.


White Cedar Skin Salve

A salve sits on the skin surface and provides protective healing benefits.
The cooling properties of white cedar are especially
rich in minerals that calm burns or irritated skin.

Mix and heat the herbs, cocoa butter and beeswax
together in a small covered pot over low heat for two hours,
stirring frequently. If desired, toward the very end add the honey and vitamin E.

Blend the mixture thoroughly and pour it into small containers or
onto clean foil in little cookielike pools. Allow it to cool and become firm.

3 ounces powdered dried white cedar leaves
7 ounces cocoa butter or pure vegetable shortening
1 ounce beeswax (use more or less, depending upon the consistency desired)
1 ounce raw honey (optional)
2 or 3 drops vitamin E (optional)

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