Category: Herbs

Did you know that 75% of the global human population is lactose intolerant? The distribution varies widely and depends on genetics, with about 25% of the U.S. population lactose intolerant. — Lactose intolerance is not a disorder, in fact it’s perfectly natural! For most adults, there is a dramatic reduction of lactase activity after infancy. […]

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Can’t imagine a world without onions? They are indispensable, adding a baseline of sweet and earthy flavor to many cooked dishes and contributing a spicy accent when served raw. But even if you use them almost every time you cook, onions can still be pretty bewildering. When buying onions the heavy feel and firmness is […]

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Hyssop herb was named from azob (a holy herb) because it was used for cleaning sacred places. It contains a particular ‘Volatile Oil’ that possesses a highly aromatic camphor-like smell which gives hyssop a unique healing property making it stimulative sudorifc and carminative. The ancient use of this plant was as an insecticide, and pediculicide […]

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Ceylon cinnamon, also known as “true” cinnamon with its botanical name as Cinnamomum verum, is made by cutting the stems of the cinnamomum tree. The inner bark is then extracted and the woody parts removed from it. When it dries, it forms strips that curl into rolls, called cinnamon sticks. The sticks can be ground […]

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Bee Pollen is a natural, highly nutritious food that offers you several health benefits, such as increasing immunity, regulating weight and allergies, treating prostate conditions, and boosting your fertility. Bee pollen is a highly effective treatment for infertility in women and men However, you should consult your doctor before considering treatment with bee pollen for […]

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Smoothies are so easy to make on a busy morning and are great for a quick breakfast. Kale-Berry yogurt smoothie is a power packed smoothie that will keep you energized throughout the day. Kale contains nutrients that support healthy skin, hair, and bones. One cup of kale has only 36 calories, 5 grams of fiber […]

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This 100% pure aloe vera juice is enhanced with botanical herbs and is organically grown. One of the many benefit of Fruit of the Earth’s aloe vera juice is that it is all-natural and doesn’t contain any sugars or starches. Adding aloe vera juice to your daily routine has been shown to assist with natural […]

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  Codonopsis has been known as a unique Chinese herb that supports the body in fighting diabetes. It is very effective in boosting the immune system of the body and acts as an adaptogen, and can help your body in its reaction to stress. This herb can reduce inflammation in the body and also works […]

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We have a superb fun way for you to incorporate beetroot into your everyday diet. This simple smoothie recipe is an energy booster and it takes less than ten minutes to prepare using the Organic Beetroot powder. You can store the Beetroot smoothie in your refrigerator for up to 2 days. Click the link at […]

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What Is Beetroot? Known as one of the healthiest veggies, the beetroot is the taproot portion of the beet plant. It is one of the many varieties of the genus Beta vulgaris, all of which are mostly grown for their edible taproots and leaves. Apart from being used as food, beetroot is also used as […]

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