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stones and the smoke

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Medical Uses 1
... stones and the smoke inhaled to calm convulsions and rheumatism. The gum was also mixed with bear grease and spread on the hair. Achillea millefolium L. (yarrow) The leaves were dried and chewed, or boiled in water and ...
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Medical Page 2 (op)
... S.) Dietr. (solomon’s seal) The root was made into a decoction and spinkled on hot stones and the smoke inhaled to relieve headaches. Populus balsamifera L. (balsam poplar) The root mixed with aspen root was drunk to excessive period flow or prevent premature labor. The ...
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Henry Hill Walking Tour
... stones and fence rails. (7) THE ROBINSON HOUSE about 1862 the ruins today . The home of James Robinson - a freed slave - stood here at the time of the battle. That morning hundreds of Confederates streamed through the ...
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The Making of America's Ancient Forests - Notes on Part One of Thomas M. Bonnicksen's America's Ancient Forests.
... and Return of the Bison. Settlement and the Seasonal Round. Harvesting the Forest. (Nourishment and Healing. Temporary and Portable Shelter. Plank Houses and Canoes.) Enhancing Nature's Bounty. Wild Gardens. Agriculture and Forests in the Southwest. (The Hohokam. The Anasazis.) Agriculture and ...
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Controlling Poison Ivy, Oak and Sumac - (www.poisonivy.us)
... the main barn loft. In winter I removed major sections of matted vines from the stones, after cutting all along the perimeter of the wall. I threw mulch hay along the top of the wall and it killed the ... and will carry the poison. This does damage lung tissue and can lead to a long hospital visit or death. If you ever do burn out an area of brush, stay out of the smoke ...
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The big pond
... After all of the boulders and medium rocks had been placed, it was time to dump the pebbles. This fills in all the crevices between the larger stones, and hides all of the liner (45-mil ... Plants in and around our large pond Acer palmatum 'Shishigashira' (lion's head maple) Acorus americanus (sweet flag; belle angélique) Ajuga reptans 'Burgundy Glow' (bugleweed) Baptisia 'Purple Smoke' Betula nigra ...
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Sacred Earth Newsletter - March 2005
... and a preventative measure. The intense perspiration helps the body to eliminate toxins through the skin. Herbal teas support this process and the smoke released from smudging herbs cleanses the heart, mind and atmosphere and dispels the ...
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PoetryPage2
... the sap as it spreads out and upwards, the shine of the tree’s breath. His eyes widen and darken and lighten to green; a smile brushes his mouth and cheek, and a look passes light between him and the ... The arch beneath them is not built with stones, Not Art but Nature traced these lovely lines, And carved this graceful arabesque of vines; No organ but the wind here sighs and ...
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PeaceTree
... (another symbol for connectedness and integrity), such as ribbons or pieces of cloth. People would also usually offer small gifts to the tree (or mountain, or stones) and the spirits of the place to honour them ... many forms and I will mention just a few: Meditation. Ritual bathing or washing. Cleansing our aura with incense or the smoke from a sage or sweet grass bundle. Calling on the four ...
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The Simple Act of Planting a Tree: Chapter 1
... as fertilizer for the growth of more plants. Another complete cycle. If a cycle is broken, the energy is diffused. For instance, during a forest fire, heat, carbon dioxide, and smoke are produced as ... , from the simplest to the most gung-ho, of what might happen to you as a result of reading this book. The Backyard Forester People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. And people in ...
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