Home » tags

Articles, tagged with "medicinal purposes", page 1

Bookmark and Share

Acacia flooring

20th June 2011
Acacia flooring is an often used to make fine furniture and floors. Due to its thin grain and varied coloring, furniture crafted from acacia wood lends a warm, attractive appearance to your home. Like most hardwood furniture, acacia furniture requires a b... Read >
Author: roserobert

Benefits of Royal Jelly in Health

04th April 2011
Nowadays, the use of royal jelly is increasing because of its miraculous effects to humans. There are many benefits of royal jelly because it can be used for a variety of treatments. Currently it is used and recommended by most physicians in the US, China... Read >
Author: Danial Ochoa

Spray Tan Vs Taninng Beds Vs Tanning Lotion

03rd December 2010
one with the much more fashionable methods of beautifying nowadays is indoor tanning. Three with the most sought after alternatives in indoor tanning are spray tanning, tanning beds and also the use of tanning lotion. It's surprising that it's even well-l... Read >
Author: PrettyDanica

Manuka Honey, active manuka honey, eye infection, ear infection, sinus infection, sinusitis

02nd December 2010
Famous for it's unparalleled antibacterial properties, Manuka Honey can be used to successfully treat eye infections, ear infections and even sinus infections. Honey has long been known for its ability to destroy infectious bacteria. It has been recogn... Read >
Author: honeymark

The Many Beautiful Flowers of the Philippines

18th October 2010
There are many popular species of Philippine flowers in which some are widely known across the world, or around Asia. Some are recognized as one of the rarest types of flowers around the world, while others are less than popular than those flowers usually... Read >
Author: Samantha

Rarest Beauty in the Philippines

23rd September 2010
The Philippines is home to some of the most beautiful and popularly recognized flowers in all of Asia. One of its most popular flowers is the Sampaguita, which is considered today as the national flower of the Philippines. These species of flowers are als... Read >
Author: Samantha

Is Pressure Point Fighting Real ?

22nd April 2010
Ever see Mr. Spock, the Vulcan, drop bad guys on TV like a box of rocks by simply touching their shoulder or upper back with his hand? Was this science fiction or could it really be science fact? The real truth is that the TV character, Mr. Spock, was pic... Read >
Author: Master

History Of Bathtub Gin

11th March 2010
Though the history of alcohol is a rich and interesting one, the history of gin is no exception. Of all fascinating milestones in the history of the drink is undoubtedly bathtub gin produced during prohibition. An alcoholic beverage was illegal during thi... Read >
Author: Neville Levy

Quit Smoking With Lobelia Inflata

29th January 2010
Lobelia Inflata is commonly referred to as 'Indian Tobacco.' In the past, physicians have recommended it for use as a treatment of a number of illnesses that affected the respiratory system. Today it is a common ingredient in herbal stop smoking remedies.... Read >
Author: keleyj

The Sampaguita's Use In Medicine

26th January 2010
The sampaguita flower is one of the most Philippine's most prized species of flowers. This is because the sampaguita is currently the Philippine's national flower. Other than its part in Philippine culture and history, the flower is also known as one of t... Read >
Author: Samantha

The Benefits of Olive Leaf Extract

10th December 2009
Did you know that olive leaf extract and the leaves themselves have been used for a variety of medicinal purposes for thousands of years? It is one of the few medicines referred to in the Bible. It has been mentioned in medical texts from the Romans, Gree... Read >
Author: Laurel Levine

A Replacement For Sampaguita As National Philippine Flower

23rd October 2009
There are many kinds of philippine flowers today that Filipinos could be proud of. One is the popular Arabian Jasmine, or Sampaguita in Tagalog, which is known for its many uses such as ornamentals as well as for medicinal purposes. The Sampaguita is als... Read >
Author: Samantha

Chinese Tea Diet The Chinese Tea Truth

02nd October 2009
Dr Ming's Weight Loss Tea - The Real TruthThe popularity of tea as a diet tea drink continues to grow among health buffs. Tea no longer just is for ceremony and customs in certain cultures, or a light refreshing drink for others. These days tea is known f... Read >
Author: Pablo Weeks

The Creation of Tonic Water

17th July 2009
The creation of tonic water as we know of today is contributed to India during the British army occupation. It was the British Army officers who mixed quinine with water and sugar in order to be able to drink it as a malaria preventing beverage. Nowada... Read >
Author: ajcones

The Native Blooms Of Lithuania

16th July 2009
The native flowers of Lithuania carpet the gently rolling hills and plains of this tiny country on the southeastern coastline of the Baltic Sea. Their native beauty covers the tragic history of this tiny country which is engulfed in tradition. There are m... Read >
Author: Author Unknown
Bookmark and Share
1 2