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Piper nigrum, also called black pepper and “The King of Spices,” has been used for thousands of years, and modern science now supports many...
If you were to poll a large audience of people today and ask about safety of drugs versus natural herbal remedies, you would most...
A beautiful red-hued berry brew, consumed hot or cold, that is healthy and beneficial for my good health—I am in! Hibiscus tea has a cranberry-like,...
Coriandrum sativum L, Coriander, from the Apiaceae family of plants, is a strong aromatic herb used commonly around the globe. Coriander has a long...
Throughout history, humans have gravitated to, celebrated, and consumed berries as a delicious food source, and of course for their medicinal health benefits. Many...
A great variety of medicinal plants—and their leaves, bark, roots, and flowers—have been used for centuries, but here we are learning more about some...
Hypericum perforatum, or St. John’s Wort, is a flowering plant native to Europe, western Asia and North Africa. It is named after St. John...
Cinnamon, also called Ceylon cinnamon, is an evergreen tree of the laurel family. Native to Sri Lanka, it is also cultivated in the West...