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  1. photo Symptom to Oil ListSymptom to Oil ListTreatment
    Lavender, Tea Tree, Thyme, Myrrh, Frankincense, Birch ABDOMINAL CRAMPS Lavender, Clary Sage, Rosemary, Ginger, Basil, Peppermint, Anise, Fennel ACCUMULATION OF TOXINS Birch, Carrot Seed, JuniperRead more
  2. photo Xylitol: Uncovering the dark side of this popular sugar substituteXylitol: Uncovering the dark side of this popular sugar substituteNews
    with the discovery of dental and diabetic advantages in the 1970s. The sweetener is derived from xylan (a polysaccharide), which is present in the plant cell walls of birch and beech trees, rice, oat, wheat and cottonRead more
  3. photo Trees observed resting their branches... Scientists stunned to realize trees SLEEP much like people!Trees observed resting their branches... Scientists stunned to realize trees SLEEP much like people!News
    ?Using laser beam imaging, Andras Zlinszky of the Centre for Ecological Research in Tihany, Hungary, was able to document trees drooping as if they were sleeping at night. At the peak of night, birch treesRead more
  4. photo Heal Yourself From The Worst Cases of Illness Using These Powerful Herbal RemediesHeal Yourself From The Worst Cases of Illness Using These Powerful Herbal RemediesArticle
    And Birch Help you Cure Hair loss In 1 liter of hot water add 10 tablespoons of herbal mixture -- sage (Salvia officinalis), nettle (Urtica dioica) and birch leaves (Betula alba). Stir well, coverRead more
  5. photo The Organic DIY Nursery: 5 Kid-Friendly Organic FabricsThe Organic DIY Nursery: 5 Kid-Friendly Organic FabricsArticle
    cute, organic cottons out there, but these five collections are my favorites right now: 1. Mod Basics by Birch Fabrics – If you’re looking for understated, fresh, and modern, this line is perfectRead more
  6. photo How to build a fire in a winter survival situationHow to build a fire in a winter survival situationNews
    simple and effectivefire-building techniques -- one using lichen as tinder, the other using birch bark. It also provides the viewer with a basic understanding of the principles of winter fire-makingRead more
  7. photo Southern Poverty Law Center self-destructs into paranoid frenzy of leftist idiocy, naming nearly everyone a conspiracy theoristSouthern Poverty Law Center self-destructs into paranoid frenzy of leftist idiocy, naming nearly everyone a conspiracy theoristNews
    !" begins a piece at The New American (TNA). "There are John Birch Society types ready to spread 'conspiracy theories' from the 'margins' into the 'mainstream,' and they seem to be hiding under practicallyRead more
  8. photo The immune boosting power of pine bark extractThe immune boosting power of pine bark extractNews
    rhinitis. These individuals typically have a large rise in immunoglobin E (IgE) when exposed to birch pollen. The group receiving the Pycnogenol supplementation had significantly reduced IgE levelsRead more
  9. photo 7 Funky Infused Waters to Try: From Trees, Spices, Flowers and Cactus Fruits7 Funky Infused Waters to Try: From Trees, Spices, Flowers and Cactus FruitsArticle
    body are not. Always read the nutritional label on the products that you purchase. Look for organic ingredients and nutrients, and keep an eye out for excess sugar, sodium and calories. 1. Birch TreeRead more
  10. photo Go Native in Your Organic GardenGo Native in Your Organic GardenArticle
    are blooming. The flowers are a magnet for bees and butterflies. This deciduous shrub can grow in acidic soils and part sun. It even tolerates road and ocean salt sprays. River birch (Betula nigraRead more

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Birch

Medicinal Plant

Birch is a broadleaved deciduous hardwood tree of the genus Betula (/ˈbɛtjʊlə/), in the family Betulaceae, which also includes alders, hazels, and hornbeams, and is closely related to the beech/oak family, Fagaceae. The genus Betula contains 30 to 60 known taxa of which 11 are on the IUCN 2011 Red List of Threatened Species. They are typically rather short-lived pioneer species widespread in...More