Let’s face it...smoking is an unnatural, yet for many, an enjoyable habit.
Tobacco has been used by Central and South Americans as a narcotic since prehistoric times. The first European use of tobacco was by Spanish sailors who arrived on the Caribbean Islands of Tobago with Columbus in 1492. Tobacco was later introduced into Europe by the French ambassador Nicot (hence the name nicotine) and into England by Sir Francis Drake and Sir Walter Raleigh. Tobacco rapidly gained widespread popularity despite severe laws forbidding it’s use by every authority at the time.
There is no denying that modern medicine is very helpful to our society, however it is crucial to remember that it is not the only form of medicine that is helpful. While modernized medicine brings us many life saving treatments, natural alternatives can be great for more minor, non life-threatening conditions such as minor infections, colds, headaches, etc. One great example of this is with the case of antibiotics.
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The New South Wales government has opened up a Special Commission of Inquiry surrounding the highly addictive and destructive drug methamphetamine, aka “Ice.” The Special Commission will investigate the nature, prevalence and impact of the drug in NSW, in aim to better address this issue.
Nutmeg Oil rubbed on your skin externally can help you feel naturally ecstatic, as well as soothe aches, pains and menstrual cramps.
Elecampane is an underrated and overlooked herb which is excellent for the lungs and throat. Unfortunately it is not readily available nowadays, apart from of course Happy Herb Shops!