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What’s the Buzz About Cat’s Claw?

What’s the Buzz About Cat’s Claw?

Cat’s Claw (aka Una de Gato or Uncario) has been used in both Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for centuries. The Western varieties originate from Peru and the Panama-basin, were long used by the Incans as a cure-all herb. The variety used in TCM,...

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3 Unexpected Attributes of Atractylodes

3 Unexpected Attributes of Atractylodes

There are two types of Atractylodes, Bai Zhu and Cang Zhu. Bai Zhu is most commonly used is considered to be one of Traditional Chinese Medicine's most highly regarded herbs for building Qi and promoting healthy digestion. Cang Zhu is more drying but is also used to...

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5 Unexpected Uses for Angelica (Dang Gui)

5 Unexpected Uses for Angelica (Dang Gui)

There are about 60 species of angelica. The plant is a member of the Apiaceae / Umbelliferae family (Parsley family). Some say this species is a native of Syria and spread to Europe. Also known as Dang Gui in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the name’s literal...

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[VIDEO] Is Angelica (Dang Gui) Dangerous?

Angelica is one of the world’s great blood cleansing and cure-all herbs. It is often used by women to balance hormones and treat menstrual and menopausal disorders. But can angelica (dang gui) be dangerous? Find out more about angelica (dang gui) from a Western and...

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5 Must-Knows About Evening Primrose

5 Must-Knows About Evening Primrose

Evening primrose is one of those plant’s that’s been used to heal everything. And for good reason! It’s highly nutritious and has important medicinal properties. Here are 5 Must-Knows About Evening Primrose: Evening primrose can act as a natural estrogen promoter...

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[VIDEO] Evening Primrose and GLA

Evening primrose is high in the compound GLA. Find out more about GLA and evening primrose from a Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) perspective.Check out my Herb Health Session all about Evening Primrose (Yue Jian Cao). Be Healthy!- Ann

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Why Cabbage?

Why Cabbage?

I know, I know! Cabbage? Seems to be having a bit of resurgence lately. Why? Besides being one of the world’s great culinary and medicinal foods, cabbage is easy to grow, lasts a long time when stored properly, and can be used in more ways than you may be aware of!...

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[VIDEO] What does Fermented Cabbage Heal?

Cabbage is one of the world’s great culinary and medicinal foods. Find out what fermented cabbage can heal from a Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) perspective.Check out my Herb Health Session all about Cabbage (Juan Xi Cai). Be Healthy!- Ann

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Galangal Is Not Just A Spice

Galangal Is Not Just A Spice

Popular in Thai and many other Asian food dishes, galangal has also been used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years. It is often used to treat digestive disorders and diseases associated with inflammation, such as arthritis, diabetes, and...

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[VIDEO] Unexpected Uses of Galangal

Galangal is a popular culinary and medicinal herb. Discover a few of the unexpected ways galangal can be used from a Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) perspective.Discover more about Galangal (Gao Liang Jiang). Be Healthy!- Ann

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5 Things to Know About Tansy

5 Things to Know About Tansy

Tansy is an herb with a long and interesting history. It is no longer recommended for internal use because it contains thujone, a highly toxic compound that can cause, even in very small doses, vomiting, headaches, and even death. Here are 5 things to know about...

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[VIDEO] 5 Things to Know About Tansy

Tansy is an herb with a long and interesting history. It is no longer recommended for internal use because it contains thujone, a highly toxic compound that can cause, even in very small doses, vomiting, headaches, and even death.Check out my Herb Health Session all...

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Sumac East and West

Sumac East and West

Sumac is a wonderful plant. There is the Western variety, Rhus typhina (you may also come across R. hirta or R. coriaria, all these varieties have similar properties) and there is the Eastern, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) variety, called Chinese sumac (Wu Bei...

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[VIDEO] Sumac East, West, or Poisonous?

Sumac is a plant popularly used in both Western and Eastern herbalism. In the West, Rhus typhina, is the commonly used variety of sumac, though there are other varieties that are also used. And in the East, in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), R. chinensis is used....

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Mustard… More than a Condiment

Mustard… More than a Condiment

Mustard has long been popular in many cultures as a condiment and spice. Many are less aware of its potent medicinal properties. Highly nutritious, mustard contains over 600% of your daily requirement of vitamin K and 96% of vitamin A. Of all the cruciferous...

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