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Herb Terms to Know

Herb gardens are easy additions homes. Entire farms are dedicated to producing roots and leaves for spices or other uses. Herb use is an alternative remedy for many people. This medicinal practice is especially present in Chinese culture. Following are some terms associated with the Chinese preparation of herbs for use in a remedy.

  • Juices – Herbs with a particularly high water content can be squeezed for their juice. This extraction can be ingested or applied to the body.
  • Pastes – Pastes are created simply by smashing the herb until it reaches the desired consistency. Pastes are often applied directly to the body.
  • Decoctions – Herbs are boiled down for use.
  • Infusions – Herbs are soaked in hot or cold water until the water absorbs flavor and aroma from the herb. Teas are infusions. Many people are comfortable drinking tea, so it is a common use for herbs. Not all tea drinkers indulge for medicinal purposes, though.
  • Powders – Dried herbs are crushed into a fine powder. These powders are commonly used as spices. They can be compressed into vitamin supplements.
  • Tinctures – Tinctures are ground herbs mixed with a liquid, like alcohol or vinegar. Tinctures are for internal use.
  • Liniments – Liniments are ground herbs mixed with a liquid, like alcohol or vinegar. Liniments are for external use.
  • Salves – Salves are herbs mixed with a thicker substance, like petroleum jelly.
  • Poultices – This method of healing uses herbs as they would come from a garden or farm. They are placed directly onto an area of the body and are held there with cloth.
  • Oils – A mild oil, such as that obtained from olives or sesame seeds, is used for herbal oils. The herb is allowed to soak in the selected oil for many days before it is strained out.
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    Healing Touch Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine
    3826 N 31st St, Waco, TX 76708
    Gentle Japanese acupuncture, needle-free pediatric treatments. Board certified in Oriental medicine and Chinese herbs.
    (254) 759-8050
    Your Herbal Man Distributor
    1546 Duet Drive, Dallas, TX 75241
    Contact us at (469) 607-3576 in Dallas, TX, for a wide variety of herbal supplements and all-natural products. herbal supplements, all-natural products, dallas, tx
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    1200 College Parkway, Lewisville, TX 75067
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    Warren Laboratories LLC
    1656 Ih 35 S, Abbott, TX 76621
    (254) 580-9990
    Our Thyme Garden Inc
    4017 County Road 424, Cleburne, TX 76031
    (817) 558-3570
    Clifco Spice Sales Inc
    12217 J Rendon Rd, Burleson, TX 76028
    (817) 478-8134
    Ton Cau That
    3321 Gettysburg Ln, Fort Worth, TX 76123
    (817) 346-0636
    Gaia's Garden
    212 S Main St, Copperas Cove, TX 76522
    (254) 547-2229
    Tung Jen Tang Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs
    417 N 8th St, Killeen, TX 76541
    (254) 634-4166
    Young Acupuncture Clinic
    201 N Gray St, Killeen, TX 76541
    (254) 200-2885
    Donut Depot
    87 Northgate Dr, Waxahachie, TX 75165
    (972) 938-3668
    Sunflower Shoppe
    5817 Curzon Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76107
    (817) 738-9051
    Deep Woods Apothecary
    2824 S Cooper St, Arlington, TX 76015
    (817) 557-2676
    4001 Arlington Highlands Blvd, Arlington, TX 76018
    (817) 465-4777
    Natalie's All Purpose Seasoning
    Po Box 2573, Cedar Hill, TX 75106
    (214) 457-9469

    Commonly used in cooking, as well as fragrances and Chinese medicinal ailments for healing, herbs essentially consist of plants, or a plant's seeds, leaves or flowers. In fact, there are many herbal remedy supplements available these days, and the market for these alternative options is growing. As you probably know, herbs are also typically used in a wide variety of tea products. These plants are generally grown in gardens all over the United States. While you can certainly purchase them through stores, you can also grow them on your own. There are many herbs and spices that can be grown in gardens. While some of these are rich in vitamins, such as ginseng root, others are great for cooking. One specifically used for medicinal purposes is Echinacea, which has natural healing properties. However, countless chefs all over the world utilize fresh herbs for culinary purposes. Often these herbs are dried after being picked from a garden. Specific herbs and plants that are used to cure or heal certain ailments typically come in supplement form, and can be found in general health food and nutrition shops across America. As for tea products, these are also commonly distributed through supermarkets and specialty tea stores in the US. One way to gather a lot of information and facts about herbs and herbal remedy options is by surfing the web. Online you can discover all kinds of plants, seeds and roots involved with this industry. In order to locate specific data, be sure to narrow your search.
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