Tarragon to boost the body
And He turned to the woman and said unto Simon, Seest thou this woman? I entered into thine house, thou gavest me no water for my feet: but she hath washed my feet with tears, and wiped them with the hairs of her head.– St Luke 7:44 KJV.
WOMEN LIKE THE ONE ABOVE and silent doctors are inexplicable. This week I continue to celebrate with all women in observance of International Women’s Day last Thursday.
We must be ever reminded during this season to stop ruining our fellow women’s reputations. As women we must continue to look to our Creator to provide the wisdom and guidance we need.
As a woman, it is my compassion and unconditional love for my fellow Barbadians and others that always inspire me to recapture the true essence of silent doctors.
Therefore, as an herbal educator I will share a silent doctor with you that will evoke happiness and an urge to heal thyself.
Silent doctor tarragon, or Artemisia dracunculus, is a spectacular silent doctor. When I cultivated and mingled with it in my garden, it emitted a minty fragrance. It also has a very alluring taste.
Mine bore yellow flowers and added beauty to my garden that was unimaginable
Research continues to reveal that tarragon is an excellent silent doctor to have in the kitchen garden when you are faced with diabetes.
People with rheumatism and arthritis can be assured that tarragon, which is a very spiritual plant, is dependable.
It will keep the body warm while detoxing as it stimulates urination and excretion.
Those with poor appetites can delve into tarragon to find relief.
A big challenge most teenagers fear is strong perspiration. Tarragon will help solve that problem.
Tarragon is a good anti-oxidant and will assist in stimulating most of the major systems of the body, including the immune system.
Chew tarragon leaves to alleviate painful toothaches. Insomnia is another challenge that tarragon can treat. In fact, try tarragon if you are depressed. Menstruating women who have to cope with nausea, cramping, fatigue and pain from clots should try tarragon and spread the news of its benefit.
Finally, I implore you to research and locate silent doctor tarragon in Barbados. The journey will be empowering and intriguing.
Tarragon is not gone, it is still preserved in Bim. Your task or purpose, now that you know, is to share your research.
Annette Maynard-Watson, a teacher and herbal educator, may be contacted via [email protected] or by telephone 250-6450.
DISCLAIMER: It is not our intention to prescribe or make specific claims for any products. Any attempt to diagnose or treat real illness should come under the direction of your health care provider.