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Amazing Health Benefits of Watercress

Watercress has plenty of Health and therapeutic properties however due to it’s strong pungent and bitter taste it is never used alone but is always added to juices salads or other dishes as an ingredient flavor or garnish. Anti-anemic effect watercress is particularly helpful in treating different types of anemia due to its high content […]

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See What Happens When You Start Drinking Chamomile Tea

The Healing And Medicinal Properties Of Chamomile Chamomile refers to a range of daisy-like plants. These are members of the Asteraceae family. There are actually a number of different species, however, the two most commonly known are Roman chamomile and German chamomile. Both of these species have been used for their anti-inflammatory and calming properties […]

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See What Happens When You Start Using Thyme

  The Natural Health Benefits of Thyme Thyme is a popular culinary herb and is found in most kitchens today. However, few would be aware what the medicinal benefits of thyme are. Thyme is full of vitamins A and C. It is a natural diuretic, it stimulates the appetite and can relieve the pain and […]

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See What Happens When You Start Using Sage

  Sage for Major Flavor and Maximum Health A native of the Mediterranean region, sage provides a strong flavor to recipes as well as fiber and many vitamins for the body. You can use sage when you want to reduce your sodium intake. Instead of adding salt to your recipes, add a little sage and […]

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See What Happens When You Start Eating Rosemary

  The Health Benefits of Rosemary If you’re feeling “down” try taking in the unique and soothing aroma of the rosemary herb. Throughout history, rosemary has been used to boost memory acuity and moods. More recent research has shown that it can even lower the risk of age-related cognitive issues. Besides being a memory improver, […]

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See What Happens When You Start Eating Parsley

  Parsley – The World’s Most Popular Herb Parsley’s restorative powers were first discovered in the Mediterranean region of Europe. The herb was worshiped by the Greeks who used it to “anoint” their victorious athletes and decorate the tombs of the dead. Revered for its role as a food garnish – parsley as a food […]

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