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Suppliments, Herbs, for healing
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Starting a new forum for people interested in using supplements, herbs, teas, and any natural cures they my know about.

As always this isn't considered to be medical advice. Always check first with your doctor, do your own research, and double check for interactions data if you're on any medications.

So please share what has or is working for you here.

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A friend of mine told me about this a long time ago and it works for me. I cut a lemon in half, and use the juice as a natural deodorant. Works great and doesn't have the aluminum that mosts deodorants have that may contribute to alzheimer's.

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My most dirty hippie habit is that I use apple cider vinegar for shampoo/conditioner. Fill a bottle with half water and half ACV, and you've got shampoo for a week and it's cheap as hell. Scrub your scalp with your fingers thoroughly and then rinse like crazy to get the smell out.

Been using it for two years and I've got long, shiny, girly hair like I'm in a Pantene commercial, lol.

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That's great! I didn't know about hair use. It's also supposed to help control blood sugar levels and help with digestive problems.

I've used Bragg, organic, raw, apple cider vinegar for years. I make my own distilled water for drinking (saves a lot of money from buying bottled water), use the vinegar to put minerals back into it.

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I love this topic, Master Oc!

To the anxiety/stress stuff, I would add myo-inositol as well. Works amazing with OCD as well: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9169302

Inositol can be found naturally as a consistant of lecithin in eggs, soybean, tomatoes, nuts and seeds (especially sunflower), milk and seafood.

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Three things I use regularly that work really great.

Coffee with MCT oil. The caffeine is supposed to be great for memory as well as the MCT oil. I have a cup in the morning and a second cup later in the day or about an hour or two before bed. Caffeine doesn't keep me up for some reason and I can drink it right before bed with no problems.

The great thing about this is that it keeps the mind clear and I must admit that brain fog feeling has left since I started drinking this.

Black Seed Oil. This raises my core energy and provides a feeling of well being during the day. I felt the difference about a half hour after I first took it. I take a spoonful in the morning and in the evening. Works great as a general tonic.

ASHWAGANDHA I take a few drops of this every morning. Works a lot like Ginseng as a tonic and mood enhancer.

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