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  1. photo Madreselva – <b>Honeysuckle</b> – Remedios florales de BachMadreselva – Honeysuckle – Remedios florales de BachTreatment
    Nombre científico: Lonicera caprifolium Nombre en inglés: Honeysuckle Método de potenciación: Hervido Estado emocional: Sueña despierto. Vive pensando en los tiempos pasados y qué buenosRead more
  2. photo <b>Honeysuckle</b>: A sweet-scented remedy that calms inflammation, infection and contagious illnessHoneysuckle: A sweet-scented remedy that calms inflammation, infection and contagious illnessNews
    If you have a honeysuckle plant flourishing nearby, a surprising medicinal plant is right at your fingertips. One of the most important herbs in Traditional Chinese Medicine, this fragrant beautyRead more
  3. Florais de BachTreatment
    usados por pessoas de todas as idades com segurança. As essências de Bach são: Agrimony, Honeysuckle, Rescue Remedy, Holly, Pine, Clemantis, Crab Apple, Sweet Chestnut, White Chestnut, Chestnut BudRead more
  4. photo My Quest for Pure, Organic Skin CareMy Quest for Pure, Organic Skin CareArticle
    in honeysuckle extract. The debate is underway on the Organic Consumers website. The following is an excerpt from their forum, although it can only be viewed if you log in, unfortunately. The front pageRead more
  5. photo Flores de Bach para superar los traumas del pasadoFlores de Bach para superar los traumas del pasadoTreatment
    y Honeysuckle) podremos incorporarlas o no al preparado según nuestro caso. ¿Cómo las tomamos? Una vez tengamos el preparado floral con las esencias adaptadas a nuestro caso, el tratamiento consistirá en tomarRead more
  6. photo Descubre la relación entre las flores de Bach y los dolores de espaldaDescubre la relación entre las flores de Bach y los dolores de espaldaTreatment
    . Honeysuckle (madreselva): Nos ayuda a vivir el presente y dejar atrás el pasado. Rock water (agua de roca): Excelente para no ser demasiado exigentes con nosotros mismos. Mustard (mostaza): Si vivimosRead more
  7. photo Prince Charles Says Grow An Organic GardenPrince Charles Says Grow An Organic GardenArticle
    fruits and vegetables, such as strawberries, leeks, carrots and Brussels sprouts. Also grown are native and endangered plants like jasmine, crane’s bill, yellow rattle, lilies and honeysuckle. The PrinceRead more
  8. photo Organic Gardening: You Can Play an Important Role in Combating Global Warming (Part 2)Organic Gardening: You Can Play an Important Role in Combating Global Warming (Part 2)Article
    and changes in precipitation patterns will enable some of the most problematic species, including kudzu, garlic, mustard, purple loosestrife and Japanese honeysuckle, to move into new areas. In addition, globalRead more
  9. photo More than Just a Pretty Face: The Many Uses of Edible FlowersMore than Just a Pretty Face: The Many Uses of Edible FlowersArticle
    flowers include squash blossoms, roses, pansies, honeysuckle, dandelions, chamomile, and saffron–and more than just for their taste and color — they boast health benefits as well! Here is a list of recipesRead more
  10. photo Wine Pairings for Holiday MenuWine Pairings for Holiday MenuArticle
    Eleanor of Aquitaine 2003 – 50% Semillon / 50% Sauvignon Blanc. A full-bodied white wine from Yorkville Highlands in Mendocino, California. Aromas of honeysuckle and lime with a rich and creamy textureRead more

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Honeysuckle

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Honeysuckles (Lonicera, /lɒˈnɪsərə/; syn. Caprifolium Mill.) are arching shrubs or twining vines in the family Caprifoliaceae, native to the Northern Hemisphere. There are approximately 180 species of honeysuckle, 100 of which occur in China while about 20 native species occur in Europe, India and, North America each. Widely known species include Lonicera periclymenum (honeysuckle or woodbine),...More