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A Bit of Peppermint History

A Bit of Peppermint History

It’s the Winter Holiday season, closely associated with the wonderful healing herb, peppermint. Here’s a bit about peppermint’s history to reawaken your curiosity about this wonderfully powerful yet gentle healing herb. Mint is the world’s most familiar scent....

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A cup of Joe…

A cup of Joe…

Coffee is sometimes called “joe” because it is considered the common man’s drink and “joe” is slang for a “regular guy”. There’s been a lot of misunderstanding, prejudice, and incomplete science around the benefits or lack thereof, from drinking coffee, or your...

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[VIDEO] What does pumpkin do for your stomach?

Pumpkins and pumpkin seeds are known for being highly nutritious, but what can they do for your stomach? Find out more about pumpkins and their seeds from a Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine perspective. Your stomach will thank you.Check out my Herb Health...

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A Time to Give Thanks….

A Time to Give Thanks….

This is the week that the United States celebrates its national Thanksgiving holiday. It is a time for acknowledging our gratitude to the Native American peoples who helped early settlers survive their first harsh winters with food and herbal medicines. The holiday...

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Not Just for Fish or Pasta

Not Just for Fish or Pasta

Hearing the word caper almost inevitably conjures up a question mark, but for cooks, a delicious topping for pizza or fish comes to mind. Ever wonder what a caper actually is? The commonly known “caper” is the bud of the caper bush harvested prior to flowering. If...

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[VIDEO] One Key to Capers as Medicine

While we generally think of capers as a condiment or topping for pizza or smoked salmon, the highly nutritious caper plant also has a long history as an important medicine for supporting digestion, heart health, and thyroid function. Find out one of the key reasons...

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Barley as a Medicine

Barley as a Medicine

Many of you are aware that barley is a highly nutritious grain full of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. It contains only 3 to 8% gluten and is one of the oldest and most popular grains available. Did you know that beyond its powerful nutritional healing...

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[VIDEO] One of the Secrets of Barley…

Barley is one of the world’s oldest and most popular grains. Highly nutritious, it has benefits beyond heart health and blood sugar regulation you will want to know about. Discover one of the big secrets of barley!Check out my Herb Health Session all about Barley (Da...

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Your Heart and Artichokes

Your Heart and Artichokes

Did you know that there are 40 different varieties of artichoke that are cultivated for food? In the West we commonly use globe artichoke (Cynara cardunculus) and in China and Japan they typically use Chinese artichoke (Stachys affinis). Both are highly nutritious and...

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A Key Herb for Colds and Flus

A Key Herb for Colds and Flus

Sometimes it can seem like every herb could treat colds and flu! Many can, and it is good to have options by which to fashion an effective protocol. As we say at White Rabbit, “not every herb or medicine works for everyone or even every time.” It is important to know...

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[VIDEO] The Key to Chinese Lovage Root…

What is Chinese lovage root? It is often confused with lovage but is in fact, a different plant with important properties that can make all the difference. Discover Chinese lovage root and hear what Traditional Chinese Medicine can reveal about this healing...

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Superfood Cultivated for Thousands of Years

Superfood Cultivated for Thousands of Years

Native to the Peruvian and Chilean highlands, physalis was cultivated by the Incas as far back as 4,000 years ago. The fruit has long been a part of South American cuisine. The name “physalis” comes from the Ancient Greek word for bladder, referring to the appearance...

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[VIDEO] 3 Things You Don’t Know About Goldenberry

Goldenberry is increasingly being mentioned and included in health food sections of your grocery store, and for good reason, it’s so nutritious that it has attained the rank of “superfood.” Find out 3 things you don’t know about this amazing plant from a Western and...

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Did You Know Apples Strengthen the Intestines?

Did You Know Apples Strengthen the Intestines?

The saying goes that an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Studies show that women who ate 3 average-sized apples a day were more prone to weight loss than those who did not. They are known for supporting heart health and are a diabetic-friendly fruit as they help to...

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