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  • #63179
    xtine
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    This looks like a good prog about plant based medicine (human) –  a bit witchy woo  :yes:

    Grow Your Own Drugs, BBC Two, Monday, 2 March, 8.30pm

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2008/oct/02/bbc.television

    #111534
    .dodger.
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    thanks xtine, will plan to record it now 🙂

    #111535

    already got that on my planner with pen and paper to hand ;D 😀

    #111536
    *Lassie*
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    recipes for this week:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00j3ktd

    in case you want to learn more:

    http://www.herbsociety.org.uk/

    for next week:
    James Wong turns the spotlight on flowers.

    James reveals the historical use of marigolds, violas and elderflowers as ways to help relieve the symptoms of everyday ailments such as sore throats, acne and eczema. Sufferers of each of these, who are keen to find a natural solution to their health problems, try out James’s remedies.
    One for you Christine 😉

    #111537
    xtine
    Member

    :-* thank you Jacqui :-*

    #111538
    justpetdogs
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    Watched it, enjoyed it…but did get slightly irked that what I got laughed at for doing 15 years ago is now prime time telly.  Still, better late than never.

    Marion

    #111539
    .dodger.
    Member

    grrr forgot to watch it and sky didn’t record it for some reason ::)

    #111540
    xtine
    Member

    I enjoyed it.. shall tune in next week  :yes:

    #111541
    Val
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    Me too and as for the face treatment there are a lot of better ones to use than all that faffing about he did.
    Val

    [quote author=justpetdogs link=topic=13792.msg261826#msg261826 date=1236082314]
    Watched it, enjoyed it…but did get slightly irked that what I got laughed at for doing 15 years ago is now prime time telly.  Still, better late than never.

    Marion
    [/quote]

    #111542
    justpetdogs
    Member

    Take one ripe avocado…eat half, smush the rest on your face!

    #111543

    tho check ur not allergic 1st 😀

    #111544
    Val
    Member

    Precisely  :agree:

    [quote author=justpetdogs link=topic=13792.msg262371#msg262371 date=1236602305]
    Take one ripe avocado…eat half, smush the rest on your face!
    [/quote]

    #111545
    *Lassie*
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    Xtine are you going to make the Viola cream for eczema?
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/tv/features/growyourowndrugs/episode2.shtml
    Here is the recipe, don’t forget you can use chamomile teabags 😉 ;D

    #111546
    xtine
    Member

    missed the show  ::) will check out that link, thanks Jacqui  :-*  :-*

    #111547
    Diesel73
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    [quote author=*Lassie* link=topic=13792.msg262508#msg262508 date=1236634456]
    Xtine are you going to make the Viola cream for eczema?
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/tv/features/growyourowndrugs/episode2.shtml
    Here is the recipe, don’t forget you can use chamomile teabags 😉 ;D
    [/quote]
    When you have a thin silk-like skin that gets irritated very fast ànd you easily allergic to stuff than chamomile extracted from the leafs can irritate and provoce allergic reaction too. Extracted from flower itself is softer. Most times extraction from flowerleafs is specified as ‘azulen’  😉 .

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