prunella vulgaris

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1-2 feet tall (50cm) Has distinctive flower cluster of purple and white flowers tightly pancaked together with green disks. Opposite leaves, reddish square stem. A great nourishing edible herb in the mint family. It has similar properties to mint, but doesn't taste or smell like mint. The whole plant is edible. It’s called “Heal All” because it is said to be able to heal just about anything. It has more rosemarinic than rosemary. Very popular for its use with Herpes simplex 1 and 2. Also used for kidney problems, AIDS, liver, heart, tumors, cancer, diabetes, abrasions, cuts, bruises, sprains, ulcers, diarrhea, fever, sore throat, laryngitis. astringent. You can make tea, salves, creams, use in salads, or make cold water infusions by putting chopped, crushed or powdered leaves in cold or luke warm with broad arrowhead-shaped leaves. It’s a major adaptogenic
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The bowels of the earth or the heart of the earth is in parallel to both 'the belly of the great fish' or 'entrails of the monster' and with 'history from below'.
the National Congress of American Indians, the Native American Rights Fund, the Native American Religious Freedom Project of the Native American Church, the Navajo Nation and its Corrections Project, and the Heart of the Earth Survival School.
Deep in the heart of the earth where the magic is very strong, a young man, by the light of a torch, strokes the charred end of a stick along the cave wall.
Matthew's 12:39-40 reference to Christ's three days and three nights in the heart of the earth is not at odds with the period between His death and resurrection and is simply explained.
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And talking of faith, how can Christians put their faith in the churches of Jesus Christ when he stated quite categorically in Matthew 12:39,40 that he would give only one sign that he was who he claimed to be - that he would be in the heart of the earth for three days and three nights.
In concert, Toure would often remark that people consider Timbuktu to be the end of the Earth, but that it was his home and, if anything, it is the heart of the Earth.

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