13 Reasons to Use this Wicked Herbal Remedy
by Todd Walker
What if wicked chickens laid deviled eggs?
That’s probably not going to happen. But then again, Monsanto hasn’t tried – yet.
Either way, here’s a wicked sounding herbal remedy that you should consider adding to your home apothecary.
Witch hazel is a common flowering shrub found in North America. The witchy name came about by its limbs being used in divining, dowsing, or witching for water. A dowser would use a witching wand made out of a stick or branch of witch hazel to find a vein of water underneath the earth. Finding water by witching is still used today.
This practice was considered witchcraft by some religious folk. Whatever your beliefs on witches and magic, this scary sounding plant actually offers many healing qualities.
Here’s 13 of the wicked good benefits of using witch hazel:
NOTE: Witch hazel tinctures made from the plant can…
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