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Usage of Indian Chicory Powder Can Boost Your Immune System

03rd May 2011
Chicory is a perennial plant that is chiefly grown in the North of Europe, but it is also grown in some parts of India, Africa, Florida and California. Nearly 5000 years back it was referred in the days of Napoleon and Cleopatra. It is a plant with azure ... Read >
Author: Article Publisher

The Health Benefits of Turmeric - Its Ability to Lower Cholesterol

20th March 2009
What if I told you that one of the health benefits of turmeric is its ability to lower cholesterol! If you're not familiar with turmeric, it's a yellow colored powder used as a spice in a variety of foods. But we're not going to talk about cooking, we'll ... Read >
Author: Marcia Kruger

Varieties of rice

18th November 2008
Rice is one of the most widely consumed food crops of the world. This cereal foodstuff provides nourishment to over half of the world's population. In fact, this staple food provides more than one fifth of the calories consumed worldwide by humans. India ... Read >
Author: Iqbal

Arnica Montana Provide Relife from Muscle strains and sprains, Arthritic joints, Psoriasis and ecze

25th April 2006
What Is Arnica Montana? Native to Europe and southern Russia, Arnica Montana is a perennial plant with bright yellow, daisylike flowers. Some of its common names include leopards bane, wolfs bane, and mountain tobacco. Arnica Montana has a long history ... Read >
Author: Home herb

Goldenseal Used in Variety of Infections

16th March 2006
What Is Goldenseal? The Iroquois and Cherokee were among the first of the American tribes in the eastern United States to use this small perennial plant (Hydrastis canadensis) medicinally. They harvested its fleshy underground stems (rhizomes) and roots ... Read >
Author: Home herb

Arnica Oil in such topical formulations as creams, gels, and ointments.

01st February 2006
What Is ArnicaOil? Native to Europe and southern Russia, Arnica Oil is a perennial plant with bright yellow, daisylike flowers. Some of its common names include leopard's bane, wolf's bane, and mountain tobacco. Arnica Oil has a long history of use in he... Read >
Author: Home herb
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