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  • You hear a lot about aloe vera and the miracles it seems to offer. What does aloe vera offer and what are some common side effects of its use?

    Aloe Vera Gel and Health Benefits

    Aloe Vera Gel and Health Benefits

    by Sam Shepards0

  • Consuming avocado oil can help reduce heart disease, arthritis, periodontal disease, and inflammation. It can also be used topically to nourish skin and hair. Recipe for a vinaigrette is included.

    5 Health Benefits of Avocado Oil

    5 Health Benefits of Avocado Oil

    by Kim Maravich2

  • What kitchen does not have a supply of spices? Made from different parts of plants such as roots, stems, seeds and bark, spices bring many health benefits that your body needs.

    Healthy Spices to Keep in Your Kitchen Cabinet

    Healthy Spices to Keep in Your Kitchen Cabinet

    by Lois Ryan0

  • In ancient Greece, basil was referred to as the "Royal Herb," and basil did earn this name because of its many health benefits. The next time you smell its pleasant aroma as you are cooking, remember the many properties that are beneficial to your health.

    The Health Benefits of Basil

    The Health Benefits of Basil

    by Lois Ryan2

  • Pine is one of my favorite winter wild edibles. It is packed with nutrients, one of which is Vitamin C. They smell like oranges when you cut the needles away. It's a bit of work, but worth it!

    Winter Wild Edibles: How to Make Pine Needle Tea

    Winter Wild Edibles: How to Make Pine Needle Tea

    by Beth Deveraux0

  • Learn about the superb flavor and health benefits of parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme. These herbs were used through the ages for both medicinal and culinary purposes and are easy to grow yourself.

    The Benefits of Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme

    The Benefits of Parsley, Sage, Rosemary, and Thyme

    by Jackie Lynnley26

  • Feverfew is one of the most common herbs used for treating migraines, tension and cluster headaches. But feverfew also has other uses. Find out more in this article.

    Health Benefits of Feverfew

    Health Benefits of Feverfew

    by Melissa Flagg COA OSC7

  • Aluminum is a main ingredient in the commercially available buffered form of aspirin. So, while it may prevent tumors, aspirin can also destroy the central nervous system. Thankfully, there are natural sources of aspirin out there. These include fruit and vegetables, in particular, red raspberries.

    Aspirin (Acetylsalicylic Acid) in Fruits and Other Natural Sources

    Aspirin (Acetylsalicylic Acid) in Fruits and Other Natural Sources

    by Schatzie Speaks7

  • Water is directly related to the three roles that kidneys play. This article discusses those roles, shows what happens when we don't drink enough, and gives tips for how to keep kidneys healthy.

    Healthy Kidneys and the Role of Water

    Healthy Kidneys and the Role of Water

    by Susette Horspool48

  • The ancient Celts were some of the world's first pharmacists. Find out how these ancient warriors healed their sick and wounded.

    Healing Herbs of the Ancient Celts

    Healing Herbs of the Ancient Celts

    by Gary L. Morris10

  • Maca root has many benefits but it also has some side effects. If you're deciding whether you should take it or not, read on for more info.

    Maca Root Benefits and Side Effects

    Maca Root Benefits and Side Effects

    by Silver Q56

  • While they give a distinct flavor to many meals, coriander seeds have been used since ancient times to relieve many health problems and ailments. The next time you are feeling under the weather, consider using coriander seeds.

    The Health Benefits of Coriander Seeds

    The Health Benefits of Coriander Seeds

    by Lois Ryan7

  • Herbs and spices do more than add flavor to our foods; they promote health and wellness. Let’s learn about the healing properties in your spice rack.

    Healing Properties of Common Herbs

    Healing Properties of Common Herbs

    by Linda Lum30

  • First off, if you suspect or do know that you have eczema, it is a good idea to consult with your doctor before starting to use any type of supplement such as flax seed. Although it is natural, it can effect everyone differently and your doctor can...

    Flax Seed Oil Manages My Eczema

    Flax Seed Oil Manages My Eczema

    by eartha3

  • This article provides information on some of the medicinal uses of capsaicin, the history of peppers, and different types of peppers.

    How to Pick Your Peppers for Health

    How to Pick Your Peppers for Health

    by Tim Truzy6

  • Chaga mushroom is a quickly emerging supplement on the superfood scene. It's actually a super-fungus. While its appearance doesn't resemble that of your typical fungus, this humble mushroom is loaded with goodness.

    The Health Benefits of Chaga Mushroom Tea Elixirs

    The Health Benefits of Chaga Mushroom Tea Elixirs

    by Layne Holmes4

  • Do you eat cherries or drink tart cherry juice? Research has shown that drinking it can help to protect you from developing serious health conditions, so why does it offer so many health benefits?

    Health Benefits of Cherries and Tart Cherry Juice

    Health Benefits of Cherries and Tart Cherry Juice

    by CMHypno23

  • There are many types of oil that you can use in your cooking. Since some oils are healthier than others, you might want to check out these five excellent choices.

    Healthy Cooking Oils to Have on Hand

    Healthy Cooking Oils to Have on Hand

    by Lois Ryan9

  • If you have ever been interested in herbs for astral projection, lucid dreaming, and meditation, then you have probably heard of the classic herb known to many as mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris). Some would say mugwort is a magical plant for smoking and teas!

    Mugwort: Miracle Herb Magic?

    Mugwort: Miracle Herb Magic?

    by Gregorro2

  • Why is black pepper good for you? Black peppers are the dried berries from pepper plant, which are either crushed or ground or used wholeand add spiciness and flavor to food.

    Why Is Black Pepper Good for You?

    Why Is Black Pepper Good for You?

    by VioletteRose23

  • Did you know that the plants around us can provide treatments for everyday ills? These natural cures, which may be found in and around the home, may help treat specific ailments.

    Natural Cures for Everyday Ills

    Natural Cures for Everyday Ills

    by North Wind19

  • Moringa oleifera has many known health benefits. Is it possible this easy-to-cultivate tree is too good to be true? Read about my extensive experience with my own Moringa tree, also known as a Drumstick Tree, from leaf preparation for supplements to hair treatments.

    A Guide to Moringa oleifera: Miracle Superfood or Scam?

    A Guide to Moringa oleifera: Miracle Superfood or Scam?

    by Gina Welds Hulse2

  • Information on wheatgrass health benefits and nutritional profile. The nutritional value of this plant is high, and modern science ranks it amongst the healthiest foods for you.

    Wheatgrass: The Health Benefits and the Hype

    Wheatgrass: The Health Benefits and the Hype

    by Sam Shepards6

  • Neurotransmitters are the chemicals within the brain that transmit impulses related to emotion and thought to the brain; should an imbalance in neurotransmitters occur, there can be all manner of symptoms.

    The Dangers of 5-HTP

    The Dangers of 5-HTP

    by mazdamx16

  • It is very important to know which parts of a plant can be used for medicinal healing. It is also important to know how to properly dry and store them.

    Collecting Herbs for Medicinal Use

    Collecting Herbs for Medicinal Use

    by Lois Ryan3

  • Lyme Disease has become a very political and contraversial diagnosis which leaves those suffering with Lyme forced to become very educated and make alot of their treatment decisions independently.

    Common Herbs Used to Treat Lyme Disease

    Common Herbs Used to Treat Lyme Disease

    by KimberlieF7

  • In recent years, there has been some controversy in the medical community over the benefits of soy and soy products for women's health, especially menstrual health. As a long-time sufferer of severe menstrual cramps, I have been following the debate...

    Does Soy Relieve Menstrual Cramps?

    Does Soy Relieve Menstrual Cramps?

    by kerryg8

  • Avocados are rich in antioxidants which benefit the eyes. Lutein and zeaxanthin, found in the fruit, are responsible for preventing macular degeneration and cataracts. Monounsaturated fats in avocados help with absorption of these carotenoids, making them potent healing agents which protect vision.

    Eat Avocado to Preserve Your Vision

    Eat Avocado to Preserve Your Vision

    by Kim Maravich2

  • While used as a spice for many dishes, black cumin seeds are effective at treating a wide variety of illnesses and diseases. You can find them at most health food stores.

    The Health Benefits of Black Cumin Seeds

    The Health Benefits of Black Cumin Seeds

    by Lois Ryan0

  • Drinking water plays a crucial role in good health. Most people don't know or think about the amazing benefits water brings to our bodies, but here they are, along with tips for getting your quota.

    9 Tips for How to Drink Enough Water

    9 Tips for How to Drink Enough Water

    by Susette Horspool24

  • The health benefits of green tea can greatly improve life expectancy. Green tea has powerful cancer fighting antioxidants and ingredients, which improve cardiovascular health, memory, cognition, and other brain functions.

    Live Longer With Green Tea Health Benefits

    Live Longer With Green Tea Health Benefits

    by Marisa Hammond Olivares29

  • Discover the numerous benefits and uses of natural apple cider vinegar. Apple cider vinegar is sure to solve many ailments and/or cleaning problems. This article argues for why everyone needs a bottle of vinegar in the house.

    9 Benefits of Natural Apple Cider Vinegar

    9 Benefits of Natural Apple Cider Vinegar

    by Kenna McHugh14

  • Discover 20 healing benefits of bamboo, from spiritual healing and powering up your diet, to nutrition uses.

    20 Healing Benefits of Bamboo

    20 Healing Benefits of Bamboo

    by healthmunsta12

  • Cayenne pepper has been used since the ancient times, not only as a spicy seasoning to food, but as a medicinal spice. Even though this spice may be too hot for your taste buds, you may change your mind after learning about the health benefits.

    The Health Benefits of Cayenne Peppers

    The Health Benefits of Cayenne Peppers

    by Lois Ryan8

  • Standard Process has been producing quality supplements from whole foods that are free of synthetic chemicals since 1929. Its founder, Dr. Lee, believed that the body is capable of healing itself given good nutrition.

    Standard Process Whole Food Supplements and My Experience

    Standard Process Whole Food Supplements and My Experience

    by rmcrayne18

  • Bay leaves are aromatic leaves that are often used in cooking. While these leaves give a distinct fragrance and flavor to many meals, bay leaf has been in use since ancient times to treat many health ailments and conditions.

    The Health Benefits of Bay Leaves

    The Health Benefits of Bay Leaves

    by Lois Ryan4

  • Findings from more than 24 human studies suggest that holy basil is a safe herb that can be used to help normalize glucose levels, blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and manage other health conditions like asthma, arthritis, acne, hives, influenza, sore throat, and canker sores.

    16 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Holy Basil or Tulasi

    16 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Holy Basil or Tulasi

    by Sherry Haynes4

  • Camel milk health benefits are the antibodies in camel's milk that fight cancer, hepatitis, Alzheimer, autism, diabetes, arthritis & eczema. It's also an anti-aging food. Ready to try this superfood?

    Healing Properties and Health Benefits of Camel Milk

    Healing Properties and Health Benefits of Camel Milk

    by Mazlan34

  • Many herbs and spices have special healing properties. Learn about 15 herbs and spices that have potential health benefits for your heart.

    15 Heart Healthy Herbs and Spices

    15 Heart Healthy Herbs and Spices

    by Chin chin1

  • Milk kefir, kefir mushroom, or Tibetan mushroom are all names for the same product. Many consider it to be almost a panacea, fighting a number of diseases.

    Health Benefits of Kefir Mushroom

    Health Benefits of Kefir Mushroom

    by dashaprokopenko0

  • The Butterfly pea flower or Clitoria ternatea has been used for centuries in ancient Chinese and Indian Ayurvedic healing practices. Contemporarily, the Butterfly pea flower is used to decrease stress, improve eyesight, and more!

    Butterfly Pea Offers More Than a Cup of Tea!

    Butterfly Pea Offers More Than a Cup of Tea!

    by Carol Essed1

  • People are starting to wake up to the fact that not all drinking water is created equal, and that it IS important to drink water.

    The New Water Revolution

    The New Water Revolution

    by iamradiantrose0

  • Turmeric is an excellent addition to any meal, adding zest to the flavor. However, satisfying your taste buds is not the only benefit of this spice. It was been used for thousands of years to treat many health ailments.

    The Health Benefits of Turmeric

    The Health Benefits of Turmeric

    by Lois Ryan6

  • Herbal medicine has a longer history than modern medicine. With so many herbs, you can save money by treating health ailments naturally.

    How to Use Medicinal Herbs

    How to Use Medicinal Herbs

    by Lois Ryan7

  • While ginger is very popular in cooking and baking, it is also well known for its health benefits and healing properties. In addition to treating problems with the digestive system, ginger also helps in treating the symptoms of many other ailments.

    The Health Benefits of Ginger and Ginger Root

    The Health Benefits of Ginger and Ginger Root

    by Lois Ryan10

  • While your taste buds may like the taste of caraway and your nose love the aroma, your body will love it as well. There are many health benefits to caraway. Not only are the seeds edible, you can also eat the leaves and root as well.

    The Health Benefits of Caraway

    The Health Benefits of Caraway

    by Lois Ryan2

  • Herbal remedies have been used for centuries to help improve health and vitality. Learn how to make your own remedies and more about useful herbs.

    Natural Herbal Remedies

    Natural Herbal Remedies

    by Fiona4

  • Beetroots carry myriad health benefits. They contain many vitamins and minerals and help treat liver malfunctions, lessen the probability of heart attacks, and also contain cancer-fighting properties.

    Health and Medicinal Value of Beetroots and Greens

    Health and Medicinal Value of Beetroots and Greens

    by Naveed Ahmed1

  • Studies show that cherry juice has incredible benefits for nutrition, muscle health, and disease prevention. Why not sleep better, feel better, and live better?

    Health Benefits of Tart Cherry Juice

    Health Benefits of Tart Cherry Juice

    by Marisa Hammond Olivares101

  • Do you suffer from anxiety, depression, or paranoia? Do you feel the stress of everyday life growing out of your control? This can be caused by chemicals in your brain being thrown out of whack, and St. John's Wort can help you there.

    Herbal Remedies: The St. John's Wort Plant

    Herbal Remedies: The St. John's Wort Plant

    by Michael Ward0

  • Keeping fennel seeds on hand means you can make tea whenever you want. Here's the easiest way to make it without any grinding, chopping, or pounding.

    How to Make Fennel Tea Using Seeds

    How to Make Fennel Tea Using Seeds

    by Mary Wickison34

  • Probiotics are good bacteria that dwell in the digestive system. Here, they provide many health benefits. Lactobacillus acidophilus is one of the most commonly used probiotic.

    What Can Good Bacteria Do for You?

    What Can Good Bacteria Do for You?

    by Edmund Custers2

  • Most teas come from the Camilla Sinensis plant. However, did you know that you can brew your own tea from herbs that you grow in your garden?

    Brew Your Own Herbal Teas

    Brew Your Own Herbal Teas

    by Lois Ryan4

  • The amino acids and gelatin in bone broth can reduce wrinkles and cellulite, improve joint pain, increase bone density, heal digestion, and boost immunity. Plus, it's easy to make. Recipe included.

    How Bone Broth Helps Reverse the Aging Process

    How Bone Broth Helps Reverse the Aging Process

    by Kim Maravich2

  • As the name suggests, feverfew has been used for centuries as a medicinal herb to reduce fevers. However, there are many additional healing properties that this plant contains.

    The Healing Properties of Feverfew

    The Healing Properties of Feverfew

    by Lois Ryan2

  • Black pepper is one of the most used spices in almost all of the countries of the world. In use since the ancient times, this spice not only is a flavor enhancer for many meat dishes, soups and salads, there are many health benefits to using black pepper.

    The Health Benefits of Black Pepper

    The Health Benefits of Black Pepper

    by Lois Ryan7

  • Asafoetida is a digestive spice used in most Indian foods. Read about the many reported benefits of asafoetida, or Hing, as it is called in India. It has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries.

    Benefits of Asafoetida (Hing): The Digestive Spice

    Benefits of Asafoetida (Hing): The Digestive Spice

    by Rajan Singh Jolly20

  • Thyroid problems are common and need treatment to restore the body's balance. Western medicine isn't the only option. Nature's own remedies, herbs, can do the job just as well.

    Herbs for Thyroid Health

    Herbs for Thyroid Health

    by E S Peck8

  • Among the many health problems magnesium plays a role in curing are menstrual cramps and certain other symptoms of PMS.

    Magnesium for Menstrual Health

    Magnesium for Menstrual Health

    by kerryg11

  • Commonly used in Indian cuisine, cardamom has reached out to other countries throughout the world as a pleasing, fragrant spice used in many meals. Not only should you keep this spice in your cabinet as an ingredient for your next meal, you should also keep it because of its many health benefits.

    The Health Benefits of Cardamom

    The Health Benefits of Cardamom

    by Lois Ryan6

  • Curcumin is the newest fad in homeopathic medicine. The author reviews some of the evidence, and reports on his own usage to treat his knee pain.

    Is Curcumin a Scam?

    Is Curcumin a Scam?

    by spikeyflower33

  • This article explores different types of supplements available for treating the symptoms of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder - Predominantly Inattentive Presentation (AD/HD-PI).

    Natural Supplements for AD/HD-PI

    Natural Supplements for AD/HD-PI

    by Grant Moriarty0

  • The immune system is our body’s primary defense against environmental pathogens and toxins that make us sick. Here's a list of foods that will boost your immunity and help you heal from illness more quickly.

    12 Natural Foods to Boost Your Immune System

    12 Natural Foods to Boost Your Immune System

    by KV Lo3

  • You do not have to run to the drug store every time you are feeling under the weather. All you need to do is go into your kitchen to treat pain, stomach problems, skin conditions, and insect bites.

    Herbs and Spices That Are Useful for Your Body

    Herbs and Spices That Are Useful for Your Body

    by Lois Ryan4

  • Peppermint essential oil is one of the most effective and versatile essential oils out there. It makes a great addition to your medicine cabinet.

    Peppermint Essential Oil Benefits

    Peppermint Essential Oil Benefits

    by Lydia Workman3

  • A popular spice used in alternative medicine, turmeric is known to treat a number of disorders. If you find that you have trouble with the flavor, learn how you can can make it more palatable.

    Medicinal Tumeric: How to Make It Taste Better

    Medicinal Tumeric: How to Make It Taste Better

    by phoebe19754

  • Borage is a herb that is much loved, easy to grow, and very useful medicinally and in the garden. Organic gardeners in arid areas should never be without it.

    Health Benefits and Other Uses for Borage

    Health Benefits and Other Uses for Borage

    by Fiona3

  • Coconut oil has many natural uses for general health and wellness. It is an easy supplement to find, and the benefits are numerous.

    Coconut Oil and Its Many Uses

    Coconut Oil and Its Many Uses

    by Linda L Paquette2

  • Ginseng has been known to the Chinese since prehistoric times. It's widespread popularity is a mixture of real benefits and some tall claims. It is useful to know it's history, benefits and dangers.

    Benefits and Dangers of Ginseng

    Benefits and Dangers of Ginseng

    by Mohan Kumar28

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