Aniseed is one of the oldest cultivated spices enjoyed by the early
Egyptians, Greeks and especial..
The Chinese used it to treat stomach, kidney and blood ailments.
During the 11th century, Hildegar..
Cayenne pepper is a finely ground powder prepared from the seeds and pods of various types of chili...
Until the 19th century the celery seed essential oils was recommended as a cure for rheumatism...
Cinnamon comes from the dried inner bark of a tropical evergreen laurel tree. This spice is known as..
The root is warming to the body, is slightly antiseptic and promotes
internal secretions. Chop abo..
Chew the leaf raw to freshen the breath and promote healthy skin.
Infuse for a digestive tonic. Br..
Peppermint is used for colds, flu, fevers, gas and mild digestive
disorders. Peppermint also conta..
Studies show rosemary leaves increase circulation, reduce headaches
and fight bacterial and fungal..
Sage oil has a unique property from all other healing herbs--it
reduces perspiration. Several stud..
The most likely parent of
peppermint, spearmint is thought to be the oldest of all mints. It is
Spirulina has a
history of human consumption in Mexico and in Africa. In Mexico circa 1300 AD
The name ‘strawberry’ arose because the running stems of the plant are strewed (or ‘strawd’) over th..
Thyme has inspired poetic
praise from Virgil to Kipling, who wrote of “wind-bit thyme that smells
In some languages, the names of turmeric just mean “yellow root”.Turmeric
was used in Biblical tim..
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