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  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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