Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Ease Muscle Pain with Boneset Herb

Boneset isn't the best tasting herb that you can use. You probably don't want to use it in any of your herbal cooking recipes. But, if you're looking for a natural homemade herbal remedy for a cold or muscle ache, learn about the benefits of the herb bone set.

Mix it with honey to make an herbal tea taste a little better.

Boneset Herb for Muscle Pain of Influenza

Herbal Tea once Listed in US as Official Medicine

Jul 15, 2009 Patrice Campbell
Homemade pain relief with herbal tea - Brian Lary
Homemade pain relief with herbal tea - Brian Lary
The vile tasting boneset herb plant was one of the most hated yet most widely used medicinal plants of early America and well into the 20th century.
Called “ague weed” by Native Americans, the settlers called it Indian Sage. It has also been referred to as thoroughwort, sweating plant, feverwort, crosswort, and wild sage. The Chippewa Indians charmed deer by rubbing the root fibers of the herb boneset on the whistles they made to call deer.
A summer perennial, boneset flowers in July and August. It grows wild in wet, sunny meadows, often growing near milkweed.

Read more at Suite101: Boneset Herb for Muscle Pain of Influenza: Herbal Tea once Listed in US as Official Medicine http://www.suite101.com/content/boneset-herb-for-muscle-pain-of-influenza-a132206#ixzz1EXCrrPhZ

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