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Bamboo: Five Unique Herbs

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the leaves of the bamboo plant are most commonly used medicinally. However, there are five parts of bamboo that are used and each has its own unique medicinal properties. They are bamboo shavings, dried sap, liquid sap, bland leaves...

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The “Ginseng” of India

Ashwagandha (AKA Winter Cherry) is considered the “ginseng” of Indian Ayurvedic medicine. Now know and used throughout the world, it is a powerful antioxidant, adaptogen and anti-inflammatory. It increases physical energy, immunity and fertility and is the most...

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Relieve Pain, Inflammation and Bruising

Arnica is especially recommended for pain derived from trauma (injuries) or inflammation (such as arthritis). It is a toxic herb, but can be ingested in highly diluted form in homeopathic remedies, where it is used to ease pain and inflammation. Typically it is used...

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One of the Four Fine Herbs

Tarragon is considered one of the Four Fine Herbs of Classic French cuisine. It is especially favored for eggs, chicken, and fish dishes. It can also be used as a tea to help treat insomnia. Chewing the leaves helps relieve mouth or dental pain. The herbs antioxidant...

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Sacred and Kills Lung Cancer Cells

Not to be confused with blue lotus (Nymphaea caerulea), the Chinese water lily/lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for thousands of years. It is held sacred by the Buddhists, Hindus and Ancient Egyptians. Lotus can treat coughs, ease...

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One Spice Not Several

Allspice received its name because its aroma and taste resembles nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves and black pepper. It is best known for its digestive properties but can also be used to help the pains associated with arthritis and hemorrhoids. A powerful antioxidant with...

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Celebrate and Be Healthy!

As we celebrate the holiday season, and wish you happiness and good health, we share the fruit of the pomegranate with you as an excellent food to make use of and enjoy during this holiday season, and any time of year. Pomegranates are moderate in calories and an...

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Not just tasty leaves and seeds

Not just tasty leaves and seeds, cilantro leaves and coriander seeds are full of important medicinal and nutritional value. Commonly used to treat digestive disorders, they can also be used to treat smallpox, diabetes, menstrual cramping, anemia and more. Cilantro...

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Bergamot Orange NOT Bergamot/Bee Balm

Bergamot Orange (Citrus aurantium, C. bergamia) is not to be confused with the often commonly called “bergamot” or bee balm (Monarda fistulosa). Bergamot Orange essential oil is especially good for treating stress, depression, and anxiety. Rubbed into the temples it...

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AKA Bee Balm…

Edible and medicinal bergamot, also known as bee balm, is often used to treat skin eruptions, mouth infections, sore throats and gastric disorders. Bergamot, or bee balm (Monarda didyma), is not the source of what is commonly called Bergamot (Citrus bergamia) which is...

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Breakdown Fat Cells

Black, green and white peppercorns are actually all the same fruit (Piper nigrum). The difference in names is derived from the different stages of development and processing methods. Pink peppercorns (Schinus molle) are an entirely different plant. Black pepper is the...

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Not Just a Laxative, Anticancer Too!

Famous for helping to prevent constipation, figs also contain certain compounds that are known to be toxic to human cancer cells, making figs a good anticancer food. They are rich in antioxidants helping to keep you healthy and slow the effects of aging. Fig leaves...

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