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BARLEY

BARLEY />
Barley is an annual herb of 60-120 cm height. The rhizome may be one or several internodes in length. The stems are erect and made up of hollow, cylindrical internodes, separated by the nodes, which bear the leaves. read more

ELEUTHERO

ELEUTHERO />
Shrubby plant reaches a height of 3-5 m, sometimes 7 m. The stem ramifies poorly and is covered with spines, small leaves of five-membered compound leaves resemble cherry leaves. The compact yellow flowers are collected in spherical inflorescences; fruits are black and aromatic. read more

WORMWOOD. BITTER EXPERIENCE

WORMWOOD. BITTER EXPERIENCE />
Wormwood is a perennial herb with fresh, strong smell. The stems are erect, high, furrowed, branched, greenish with silver, can reach up to 1.5 m high. The leaves are helix-shaped, green-grey on the top and white beneath, covered with smooth, white-silvery trichomes. read more

ELECAMPANE PLANT PROFILE

ELECAMPANE PLANT PROFILE />
it is a noticeable and impressive plant. The plant springs from a perennial rootstock, which is large and succulent, spindle-shaped and branching, brown and aromatic, with large, fleshy roots. Its vertical, sturdy and deeply grooved stem is from 4 to 5 feet high. It is branched on the top. read more

LILY OF THE VALLEY

LILY OF THE VALLEY />
A perennial plant with stem of 15-30 cm tall, having usually 2 glossy leaves 10-25 cm long and white bell-shaped flowers. Blooms from May to June, and then bright red or orange berries ripen.  Lilies of the valley grow on bright glades of coniferous and deciduous forests. read more

SPIRULINA

SPIRULINA />
This is the only existing organism that has lived on the Earth without changes for millions of years precisely because of its unique biochemical composition. This is a balanced set of vitamins, minerals and amino acids, encased in an easily digestible mucoprotein membrane. read more

MALVA

MALVA />
Malva Sylvestris is a plant with showy flowers of bright mauve-purple, with dark veins; a handsome plant, often standing 3 or 4 feet (1 m) high and growing freely in fields, hedgerows and in fallow fields. read more

LAVENDER

LAVENDER />
It is a strongly aromatic shrub growing as high as 3.3 to 6.6 ft tall. The leaves are evergreen, 0.79–2.36 inches long, and 0.16–0.24 inches broad. The flowers are pinkish-purple (lavender-colored), produced on spikes 0.79–3.15 inches long at the top of slender, leafless stems 3.9–11.8 inches long. read more

SUNFLOWER FOLLOWS THE SUNSHINE

SUNFLOWER FOLLOWS THE SUNSHINE />
The habit of peeling sunflower seeds can cause difficulties in obtaining a visa to a country where fingerprint scanning is required for registration. Cutaneus corns are formed at the fingertips, deforming and smoothing out the natural pattern. read more

AN APPLE IS AN EXCELLENT THING UNTIL YOU HAVE TRIED A PEACH

AN APPLE IS AN EXCELLENT THING UNTIL YOU HAVE TRIED A PEACH />
AN APPLE IS AN EXCELLENT THING UNTIL YOU HAVE TRIED A PEACH LATIN NAME: Prunus persica FAMILY: Rosaceae (Rose Family) GENUS: Prunus COMMON NAMES: peach or nectarine ORIGIN: probably China DISTRIBUTION AREA: was spread westward through Asia to the Mediterranean countries and later to other parts of Europe BOTANICAL INFORMATION: The peach tree grows up to 10 m high. The leaves a... read more

I NEVER MET A PUMPKIN I DIDN'T LIKE

I NEVER MET A PUMPKIN I DIDN'T LIKE />
The content of provitamin A in a pumpkin is five times more than in carrots and three times more than in a beef liver. read more

POPULAR AVOCADO

POPULAR AVOCADO />
Avocado is one of the most nutritious products that only exist, and one of the most beneficial fruits. It contains a number of vitamins (A, B, C, D, E, H, K, folic acid), essential fatty acids (Omega-3, 6 and 9), as well as minerals (potassium and magnesium). This is an excellent source of healthy fats, vegetable protein and fiber (dietary fiber). read more

AND THE BERRY OSCAR GOES TO... BLACK CURRANT!

AND THE BERRY OSCAR GOES TO... BLACK CURRANT! />
LATIN NAME: Ribes nigrum FAMILY: Grossulariaceae GENUS: Ribes DISTRIBUTION AREA: the species range covers almost the entire territory of Europe, the forest zone of the European part of Russia, Siberia, Kazakhstan, China and the north of Mongolia. Introduced in North America BOTANICAL INFORMATION: Ribes nigrum reaches 1-2 m high. Young shoots are pubescent, pale; old ones are brown. Lea... read more

LEMONS DEFINITELY GET INTO PARADISE

LEMONS DEFINITELY GET INTO PARADISE />
Lemon extract is a substance, being got from the pulp and fruit peel. There is a rich supply of organic acids, vitamin C, as well as pectin components and mineral salts in the fruits of this plant. Due to the large volume of citric and other acids in the product, it is used for making cosmetics, as well as substances for cleaning various types of skin. read more

RHODODENDRON

RHODODENDRON />
Have you heard of a plant like rhododendron? They say that it gives prophetic dreams, but only if it is put under your pillow from Thursday to Friday, on the eve of your birthday or on New Year and Christmas’ Eve. But perhaps people appreciate it for absolutely other qualities. read more

GALANGAL IS TREASURE OF THAILAND

GALANGAL IS TREASURE OF THAILAND />
The roots are called "rhizome". They are thick, creeping with a huge number of branches. The thickness is 1-2 centimeters. It has dark cross-cut rings, and the color is from pale yellow to reddish. The root is mainly used for cooking. read more

TIBETAN GOJI BERRIES: BENEFITS OF MIRACULOUS BERRIES

TIBETAN GOJI BERRIES: BENEFITS OF MIRACULOUS BERRIES />
This fruit with a funny name is actually very useful. 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. Most of its species consist of flat segments covered with tubercles (areolas) and thorns. The peculiarity of Opuntia in their ability is to develop shoots or flowers from any of the kidneys in their own manner that is in the most unexpected place. This cactus of flowers tied fruit, which is used for food, and the body of Opunt... read more