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Native American herbal remedies have been used for centuries to cure common illnesses and treat various health conditions. Without access to doctors or hospitals, Native Americans relied on the many plants that grew around their homes. Much of this knowle Natural Health Remedies, Natural Cures, Natural Healing, Herbal Remedies, Natural Oil, Natural Treatments, Alternative Health, Alternative Medicine, Natural Medicine
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What is 'Smudging'? – A powerful cleansing technique of an ancient Native American tradition. Smudging is a ritual way to invoke positivity and dispel

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What is 'Smudging'??? – A powerful cleansing technique of an ancient Native American tradition. Smudging is a ritual way to invoke positivity and dispel

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Dog Safe - Bee balm (Monarda) is a popular perennial plant used in bee and butterfly gardens. Bee balm is a native plant and also has a long history of medicinal uses. Nautilus, Bee Balm Flower, Bee Balm Plant, Flowers That Attract Hummingbirds, Types Of Herbs, Herbs Indoors, Flower Seeds, Native Plants, Amazing Flowers
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