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July, 2019

  • 30 July

    Elderberry Tea Benefits You Must Know

    Elderberry tea benefits

    The active constituents in elderberry tea include; anthocyanins, flavonoids, triterpenoids, quercetin, and cinnamic acid. This tea is also rich in minerals and vitamins such as; vitamin C, vitamin A, and vitamin B. All these ingredients clearly show Elderberry tea benefits. Elderberry tea (Sambucus cerulea), for hundreds of years, has been well …

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  • 29 July

    Elderberry Syrup for Colds The Perfect Herbal Remedy

    elderberry syrup for colds

    What is Elderberry? Elderberry is a small tree that has its origins in North America. European version of Elderberry can be found growing throughout Europe and also in Asia and North Africa. The flowers, leaves, berries, bark and roots of elderberries have been used in folk remedy for centuries. “The …

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  • 25 July

    Elderberry for Flu Treatment and Prevention

    elderberry for flu

    For hundreds of years, people around the world have used the flowers and berries from the Elder plant to treat fevers, colds and a multitude of other health problems. Back then they knew nothing about viruses and how they attacked the body. They only knew that parts of this plant …

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  • 24 July

    Elderberry Benefits, Side Effects, Dosage and Warning

    elderberry

    What is Elderberry? Elderberries are the dark purple fruit of the elderberry shrub. A rich source of antioxidants known as anthocyanins, it is reputed by some to be effective in treating the common cold, flu, constipation, hay fever, and sinus infections. Others contend that it may be useful in treating …

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  • 24 July

    What’s Mugwort Used For- Four Common Usage

    Mugwort Used

    The origin of mugwort and what’s mugwort used for? The plant’s technical title, Artemisia vulgaris, comes from “Artemis,” the name of a Greek moon goddess and considered to be a patron of women. Meanwhile, “vulgaris” ties back to the first of many of mugwort’s uses that we’ll be talking about: Historically, when we …

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  • 23 July

    Mugwort Powder Medicinal and Edible Usage

    Mugwort Powder

    Now let’s look at the many interesting edible and medicinal uses of mugwort powder —the reasons why this wonderful lady is a sure keeper. Worms Be Gone! Mugwort powder  is in the same family as wormwood (Artemisia absinthium), and both are great at ridding the body of parasites, candida, and …

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  • 19 July

    Mugwort Tea Health Benefits for Anxiety and Digestion

    Mugwort tea

    With a spicy, pungent flavor, mugwort tea is a powerful herbal preparation which should be taken only with proper education or supervision. Mugwort – scientific name Artemisia vulgaris – is a member of the daisy family along with other herbs like yarrow, ragweed, tansy and arnica. Native to Europe and …

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  • 18 July

    Mugwort Benefits, Side Effects, Dosage, and Precautions

    Mugwort

    What is Mugwort? Mugwort is known by many names, St John’s Plant-because a legend from the Middle Ages has it that John the Baptist wore a girdle of this herb when he was in the wilderness; Travellers herb, as it is believed to relieve fatigue; Common Wormwood, as it is …

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  • 17 July

    Sea Moss and Bladderwrack Benefits for Thyroids

    sea moss and bladderwrack

    If you’ve heard about sea moss and bladderwrack, you’re probably wondering what all the hype is. Maybe you heard about Dr. Sebi and the joint repair he experienced. Perhaps someone told you sea moss contains over 90 of the 102 minerals our bodies need to thrive. While these things are …

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  • 16 July

    Bladderwrack Benefits, Side Effects, Dosage and Precautions

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    What is Bladderwrack? Bladderwrack extract is taken from the bladderwrack algae, also known as Fucus vesiculosus, rockweed, black tang, bladder fucus, cutweed or Dyer’s fucus. This perennial green-brown seaweed grows along the Eastern and Western North American coastlines and European coastlines north of the Mediterranean. The seaweed has fronds of …

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