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Guduchi Himalaya - Herbal Rejuvenator that Improves Body’s Resistant Power

19th September 2012
Guduchi has botanical name as ‘Tinospora Cordifolia’ and this medicinal herb is numerous common names as 'Giloya', ‘Amrita’, ‘Gulanshe’, ‘Gulancha’ and ‘Tinospara’. The word Guduchi means "the on... Read >
Author: KwalityHerbs

Some Important Benefits of Honeybush Tea

11th July 2012
Honeybush tea is getting increasingly popular all over the world because of its numerous benefits. It is readily available and is quite inexpensive, making it one of the most popular varieties of herbal teas. Tea is used by millions of people around th... Read >
Author: Alena Smith

GARLIC HEAVEN

17th April 2012
Garlic Heaven Eat leeks in March and garlic in May, then the rest of the year your doctor can play. That’s an ancient Welsh rhyme that says a lot about the therapeutic properties of garlic - botanical name allium sativum and sometimes called the stinking... Read >
Author: Serena Fairfax

The Cucurbita maxima is a botanical name of pumpkins.

13th June 2011
The Cucurbita maxima is a botanical name of pumpkins. Pumpkin Seeds Nutrition benefits make this vegetable significant to the diet. They increase in all shapes, colors & sizes. Pumpkins have received a subcategory of the own when utilizing them traditiona... Read >
Author: vincentfranklin

Trimming and Pruning the Black Pine Bonsai

22nd February 2011
The Black pine bonsai is a small version of the Japanese Black pine tree. The botanical name for this is "Pinus Thunbergii." Just like most pine varieties, this tree also has needle-shaped foliage and the bark has a purplish green hue. The plant looks sli... Read >
Author: Paul Smith

Growing Japanese Red Maple Trees from Seed

15th February 2011
Japanese red maple trees are some of the most prized ornamental plants for many plant lovers. Gardeners absolutely love them, and the wide assortment of Japanese maples ensures that there is a one of these gorgeous trees suitable for just about any garden... Read >
Author: Mike McGroarty

Menthol Oil: The Significance and Uses

22nd September 2010
Menthol is a substance which occurs naturally in pepper mint plants and menthol oil refers to a herbal elixir extracted out of the same plant. Menthol oil’s botanical name is ‘Mentha Piperita’ which is basically extracted through the steam distillation pr... Read >
Author: Vaiv Jais

A Helpful Guide for Growing an Elm Bonsai

05th July 2010
Elm bonsai is a good miniature tree for all bonsai cultivators in all levels. Growing an elm bonsai does not require you to perform complicated procedures that will annoy you especially if you are still starting out as a bonsai propagator. There are va... Read >
Author: Preston Blackmore

All You Need To Know About Rooibos

24th March 2010
Rooibos (pronounced "Roy-boss"), botanical name Aspalathus linearis, is clearly gaining popularity in the US due in part to all the hype surrounding the South African herb. I personally get many questions about Rooibos and the various properties and benef... Read >
Author: Garret Wong

Money Plant Tree - Secret Feng Shui Way to Attract Wealth

17th March 2010
In the event you are searhing for an easy way to draw in more wealth and money into your life, start by obtaining a money plant tree. This attractive indoor plant is commonly used as a feng shui tool to assist with finances. The way in which it looks has ... Read >
Author: Feng Shui Room Design

Lucky Bamboo Plant - Attracting Luck Throughout Your Home

17th March 2010
The lucky bamboo plant is an exceptionally special kind of plant also known by its botanical name 'dracaena'. This plant has special significance in feng shui, because it is known as a symbol of vitality and strength. Its rapid growth without the need for... Read >
Author: Feng Shui Room Design

Passion Flower (Passiflora incarnata) - Side Effects and Benefits

11th July 2007
Botanical Name of Passion Flower: Passiflora incarnata Other Common Names: Maypop, passiflora, passionflower. Habitat: Passion flower is native to North, Central, and South America. This plant is mostly tropical, but some varieties may grow in colde... Read >
Author: Alien

The Plant Coleus Forskohlii - Side Effects and Benefits

05th July 2007
Botanical Name: Coleus forskohlii Other Common Names: Coleous, Makandi. Habitat: Coleus is a hardy plant, growing on the dry slopes of the lower Himalayas and the plains in Uttar Pradesh, Northern India, it. However, coleus has long been cultivated ... Read >
Author: Alien

Chaste Tree Berry (Vitex agnus-castus) - Side Effects and Benefits

05th July 2007
Botanical Name: Vitex agnus-castusOther Common Names: Chaste Tree, Abraham's balm, Monk's pepper, chaste lamb-tree, safe tree, Indian-spice, wild pepper, chasteberry, vitex, agnus-castus.Habitat: The Chaste Tree is native to the Mediterranean region but i... Read >
Author: Alien

Learn the Benefits of Blackseed Oil, but Avoid Cheap Nigella Sativa Oil

15th June 2007
The health benefits of blackseed oil may be numerous, but cheap nigella sativa oil is probably a waste of money. Nigella sativa is the botanical name for the spice that has been used since ancient times to flavor food and for medicinal purposes. Its co... Read >
Author: Patsy Hamilton
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