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Andrographis Paniculata - Uses, Benefits and Side Effects

Side effects, dosage, and benefits of the medicinal herb Andrographis paniculata and its historical, common and traditional uses as tea or extract

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Coriander – Health Benefits and Side Effects

Botanical Name: Coriandrum sativum. Other Common Names: Cilantro, culantrillo, dhania, Chinese parsley. The seeds are usually known as coriander while the leaves are called cilantro. Habitat: Coriander is indigenous to the Mediterranean countries and today most of the commercial supply of the herb comes from Morocco, Romania, and Egypt. Plant Description: Coriander is aromatic annual plant of the parsley family (Apiaceae). It has slender stems with two types of lobed leaves and can grow up 90 cm or 3 feet tall. The leaves at the base are broad and resemble Italian parsley while the leaves on the stems are slender

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Chickweed: The Celestial, Alterative Herb

The main indications for Chickweed are skin eruptions and inflammation, toxicity and liver issues, stagnant lymph, cysts and fatty tumors.

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15 Powerful Medicinal Herbs You Should Grow

In addition to adding flavor to food, many medicinal herbs are high in antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antiseptic properties.

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13 plantas utilizadas en México para hacer limpias energéticas a espacios o personas -Más de México

En la medicina tradicional de México las limpias son uno de los recursos más populares que emplean los curanderos y chamanes.

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Providing botanical, folk-lore and herbal information, plus organic herbs, and herbal products.

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Lady's Mantle Uses, Benefits and Side Effects

Botanical Name of Lady's Mantle: Alchemilla vulgaris and Alchemilla mollis The family name Alchemilla stems from the word 'alchemy', and refers to the belief in medieval times that water droplets forming on the lady's mantle leaves could turn base metals to gold. Alchemists believed that these drops had a mysterious and magical power that in addition to transforming common metals into gold could also be used in regaining youth. Other Common Names: Dew-cup, our lady's mantle, lion's foot, bear's foot, nine hooks, Frauenmantel (German), maríustakkur (Icelandic), almindelig løvefod (Danish), pied de leonis (French). Habitat: Alchemilla vulgaris is widespread in Britain

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How to Harvest and Preserve Fresh Herbs - Garden Therapy

There are more ways to preserve herbs than just drying them.These creative ideas will preserve the freshness of the herb garden all year.

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Blue Cornflower Petals Ideal For Tea Blends, Cake Decoration, Bath Bombs, Bath Salts, DIYs , Gifts and Crafts

Welcome To Savvy Eco Living. Cornflower is a member of the daisy family noted for its vibrant azure blue flowers. The plant is called cornflower because it naturally occurs near field crops, namely corn. Today, cornflower petals are added to tea blends, potpourri, baked goods, soups, salads and custards, or are frozen in decorative ice cubes for iced beverages. Use in facial steams and to make infusions for the skin and hair. Makes a colorful addition to tea blends. The petals can also be added to baked goods, soups and salads. In the summer, add petals to the water in your ice cube trays. Adds decorative splash to your patio drinks.

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