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Use This Flower To Calm Your Nerves

Use This Flower To Calm Your Nerves

Many people are not aware that magnolia flowers are neurotropic, meaning they target the nervous system. They contain powerful compounds that help calm the nervous system and fight depression. Magnolia flowers have been used for centuries in Traditional Chinese...

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Mild Euphoric States

Mild Euphoric States

Medicinally, Lion’s tail has been used to treat colds, fevers, tuberculosis, jaundice, high blood pressure, diabetes, and snake bites. South Africans, where the plant is native, also use the fresh juice of the stem as an infusion to purify the blood. The dried leaves...

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[VIDEO] Don’t Confuse Lion’s Tail with…

Botanical Name: Leonotis leonurusLion’s tail is known for its medicinal and mild psychoactive properties. It has traditionally been used to treat tuberculosis, jaundice, high blood pressure, diabetes, and as a compress to treat snake bites. South Africans, where the...

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The Heart Loves Chocolate!

The Heart Loves Chocolate!

There’s a reason chocolate is associated with Valentine’s Day (or rather Valentine’s Day is associated with chocolate!) Chocolate is made of cacao, and raw cacao is known for its bitter flavor. In Traditional Chinese Medicine bitter is the flavor associated with the...

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[VIDEO] A Short History of Cacao

Botanical Name: Theobroma cacaoCacao is best known for its lovely flavor and for being a superfood. Highly nutritious it contains a wide variety of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, polyphenols, flavonoids, and flavanols. Collectively these nutrients support heart and...

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Superior support for the Brain

Superior support for the Brain

Lion’s mane is not only a powerful brain tonic, improving memory and cognitive function, it also supports nerve function, even improving nerve damage caused by chronic high levels of blood sugar. Lion’s mane increases Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) in the brain, enhancing...

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[VIDEO] Lion’s Mane: Two Hearts, No Brain.

Botanical Name: Hericium erinaceusLion’s mane is especially useful for supporting the brain, heart, and gut. It helps protect against dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, depression, and damage to the nervous system, including strokes and physical injuries. It can help...

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Your Immune System and Beyond…

Your Immune System and Beyond…

Many of you may already know that pomegranates are renowned for their immune enhancing properties. Packed with nutrition and antioxidants, this lovely fruit goes a long way to protecting your body from inflammation and bacterial and viral infections. What you may not...

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[VIDEO] 6 Super Compounds found in Pomegranate

Botanical Name: Punica granatumPomegranates have been used for thousands of years. They are mentioned in Greek, Hebrew, Buddhist, Islamic, and Christian writings and mythology. Written records dating back to 1500 BCE mention pomegranate as a remedy for tapeworm and...

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Easy Method for Supporting Proper Digestion

Easy Method for Supporting Proper Digestion

Fennel is an easy, effective, and delicious method for supporting healthy digestive function. It is in the celery family of plants, has a lovely licorice-like scent and mild flavor. It is loaded with nutritional value that can support heart health, boost your immune...

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[VIDEO] The 6 Ways of Fennel

Botanical Name: Foeniculum vulgareFennel is highly nutritious and full of antioxidants that support digestive function, ease sore throats, promote lactation, and soothe female disorders including menstrual cramping and menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes and...

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Is coconut heart healthy?

Is coconut heart healthy?

A recent controversy has developed around whether coconuts are heart healthy or not. Most of this is a direct result of the developing science around the role saturated fats play in our diets. Saturated fats are found in meat, cheese, milk, and coconut and palm oils....

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Calm Anxiety and Boost Immunity

Calm Anxiety and Boost Immunity

Poria is a mushroom. It is one of the most commonly used healing herbs in Traditional Chinese Medicine, second only to licorice. Among its many attributes, it helps boost immunity, calm anxiety, and support a good night’s rest. Poria is widely used in prescriptions...

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Mayans and Aztecs…

Mayans and Aztecs…

Cayenne has long been used by the ancient Mayans and Aztecs as a spice and medicine for treating mouth sores and inflamed gums. Most happily, they would blend it with cacao and make hot chocolate with cayenne. I highly recommend this method of introducing this...

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