This lot takes us past 6 months of Fragments, so we're in for the long haul and now very much into our stride! If you haven't already come and join the fun of short, informative posts on interesting things. The 'sign up' box is to the right of this post.
#21 PJR discussed gallstones and what simple treatments might be helpful.
#22 Carol's Italian Adventures and the making and use of specific, herbal Vinegars.
#23 The interesting plant Wintergreen (winter-having-gone) and a subscriber only post on Teeth.
#24 Carol celebrates the every day things to bring us back to balance.
#25 Tricky Ticky - a call for post-bite ointment testers, a handy tool to remove the little critters and all things parasitic.
#26 Detailing why we use Roses and Poppies in our Rose & Poppy moisturiser and how these ancient, traditional use herbs help your troubles as well as nourish your skin.
#27 'Study this, study that', the role of context in studies of the Appendix, now and then. (Hint: they knew more then!)
#28 Stuff and Balance, rain and Strawberries, more clarity from Carol.
#29 Senile Warts - what they are and what to do about them! Plenty of simple treatments!
#30 Strawberry Fields Forever - were the Beatles onto something with the herbal preparations from this plant?
By the time I got to post this today, we've completed #33, so don't delay, sign up in time for Christmas, or because it's Friday, or because you like short interesting, practical stuff from women in the know.....xxx
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