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Coffee Contains Caffeine. And Does Cacao?

Coffee Contains Caffeine. And Does Cacao? />
Cacao beans are the seeds of the fruit of the cacao tree. Chocolate is made from them. read more

And the Berry Oscar Goes to… BLACK CURRANT!

And the Berry Oscar Goes to… BLACK CURRANT! />
Black currant is one of the most favorite berries. read more

Lemons Definitely Get into Paradise

Lemons Definitely Get into Paradise />
Lemon tree is an evergreen perennial thermophilic plant read more

Rhododendron: a Long Word but Devoted Doctor

Rhododendron: a Long Word but Devoted Doctor />
Rhododendron Greenland (Latin Rhododendron groenlandicum) is a species of low shrubs of the genus Rhododendron of the Heather family. read more

Galangal is Medical Treasure of Thailand

Galangal is Medical Treasure of Thailand />
there is a very useful and healing plant with pretty white flowers in pink stripes named galangal. read more

Tibetan Goji berries: benefits of miraculous berries

Tibetan Goji berries: benefits of miraculous berries />
Goji resembles raisin berry, but its color is bright pink. read more

A little bit more and it will be called Mega-Opuntia

A little bit more and it will be called Mega-Opuntia />
Opuntia (from Latin Opuntia) is the largest class of the Cactus family. read more

My First Meeting with Peppermint and Ginger

My First Meeting with Peppermint and Ginger />
Peppermint and ginger are my best-loved curative herbs. read more

Some facts about Barberry (Berberis Vulgaris)

Some facts about Barberry (Berberis Vulgaris) />
Both the bark and the berries are utilized in healing. The dried fruit is used in herbal medicines for which the bark, root and berries are used. Chemical constituents of barberry include isoquinolone alkaloids which help in the treatment of polycystic ovary syndrome. read more

Amla (Emblica Officinalis)

Amla (Emblica Officinalis) />
Amla, also known as Indian gooseberry, is a fruit derived from the deciduous tree indigenous to India. The tree is small or medium in size. Amla tree is believed to be sacred to Lakshmi, the goddess in Hinduism. Amla is regarded as a cooling pitta herb and is known to benefit the physical as well as the emotional heart and body, granting longer life, love luck and happiness. read more