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ARJUNA IS A HEART KEEPER

ARJUNA IS A HEART KEEPER />
Terminalia Arjuna is a species of evergreen deciduous trees from the genus of large flowering trees Terminalia. The genus includes about 100 different species. The genus Terminalia is a member of the Combretaceae family. Terminalia Arjuna is an evergreen deciduous tree, which, in addition to the main roots, has lateral - plank-shaped. read more

MADDER. A STONE BREAKER

MADDER. A STONE BREAKER />
In the wild, it grows in Dagestan, Azerbaijan and other regions of the Caucasus, in the Crimea, in Central Asia, as well as in areas with temperate and tropical climates of Africa and America. It grows in riverbank shrubs, steppe meadows, and forest edges, in bright pine forests, orchards, vineyards and along fences. read more

PASSION FLOWER: A FLOWER OF PASSION OR PEACE?

PASSION FLOWER: A FLOWER OF PASSION OR PEACE? />
Passion Flower, or Passiflora, is a grassy vine that leads the climbing lifestyle with the help of tendrils. In this case, the tendrils, first stretch out, make circular movements in search of support, then tightly wrap around it and pull the entire plant up. The flowers have a strong odor and unusual structure. read more

INDIAN GOLD OR ASAFOETIDA

INDIAN GOLD OR ASAFOETIDA />
The birthplace of Ferula Assa-foetida is Afghanistan, Iran and Tajikistan. It is found everywhere in Kurdistan (Iraqi and Iranian), as well as in some regions of Turkmenistan, as well as in the Trans-Ili Alatau. Asafoetida is a perennial herbaceous plant that reaches a height of 1.5-3 meters in height. read more

LOVE POTION OR SIMPLY DAMIANA

LOVE POTION OR SIMPLY DAMIANA />
Turnera Diffusa is a perennial shrubby plant, reaching a height of 50 to 100 cm. The stems are thin, upright, and red-brown in color. The elongated leaves are alternately arranged on the stems. Leaf plates have teeth along the edge. At the base, there are two small tubercles - nectar glands. Flowering begins in early spring. read more

GARDEN BURNET. SCARY NAME OF A USEFUL PLANT.

GARDEN BURNET. SCARY NAME OF A USEFUL PLANT. />
Garden Burnet is a perennial herbaceous plant that can reach 20-100 cm in height. The rhizome of the plant is thick, ligneous, horizontal, reaches up to 12 cm in length. The stem is hollow, ribbed, smooth, up-straight, branched in the upper part. The basal leaves are rather large. The stem leaves are sessile. read more

MAI DONG. CHINESE MEDICINE FOR DEATH.

MAI DONG. CHINESE MEDICINE FOR DEATH. />
Mai Dong grows on the slopes of the mountains and at the foot of the Himalayas, in the Philippines and Japan. In some regions of China can be found at the height of 2800 meters. The plant prefers slopes of mountains, hills, forests, grassy thickets, bamboo groves. This plant loves shady and moist places. read more

WHAT IS ARONIA GOOD FOR?

WHAT IS ARONIA GOOD FOR? />
Aronia is a species of the genus Aronia belonging to the subfamily Maloidae from the family Rosaceae. The genus includes about 15 species, growing mainly in moist places. Aronia is a shrub up to 2-5 m high. The old trunks are grayish-black in color; the young branches are cherry red. read more

BALA. THE VITAL HERB IN AYURVEDA.

BALA. THE VITAL HERB IN AYURVEDA. />
Bala is a species of perennial up straight flowering plants from the genus Sida, family Malvaceae. From 150 to 250 plants belong to this genus, some scientists claim that there are no more than 100 of them. This discrepancy is due to the fact that the genus was originally a “garbage taxon”, which included all plants of the family that could not be classified. read more

SUPPORT YOUR HEALTH WITH BUCHU

SUPPORT YOUR HEALTH WITH BUCHU />
Agathosma Betulina grows exclusively in South Africa, and is cultivated only there. Shrubs are abundant in mountains in the Western Cape of South Africa. It is likely that the reason for this is the peculiarity of the climate of this region, where winters are mild and humid, and summers do not look like tropical. read more

JOB’S TEARS WILL SAVE YOU FROM TEARS

JOB’S TEARS WILL SAVE YOU FROM TEARS />
Many species of Job's Tears grow under the natural conditions of the tropics and subtropics in South-East Asia. The plant is cultivated in the Philippines, in the countries of North America. In the wild, it grows along the banks of rivers, along with the herbs of marshy meadows. read more

YACON. PRODUCT OF THE FUTURE.

YACON. PRODUCT OF THE FUTURE. />
Yacon is widely distributed in the Andes mountain range. It grows at altitudes from 900 to 2300 m. For many years, the plant is extremely popular in Iran, the USA, Korea, Japan, New Zealand, in the countries of Southern Europe, in Brazil. Not long ago, Yacon spread to the territories of the former Soviet republics of Central Asia, reached Moldova and Uzbekistan. read more

SWEET REMEDY FROM CHINA

SWEET REMEDY FROM CHINA />
The birthplace of Rheum palmatum is the mountain forests of Central China. There are 20 types of Rhubarb, which are grown in household plots, in vegetable gardens, and in specialized farms, as a food and medicinal plant. In Tibetan folk medicine, Rhubarb is used to treat poisoning and inflammatory diseases, it is also included in the remedies "for the expulsion of poisons." read more

UVA URSI. HERB THAT CAN TAME THE BEAR

UVA URSI. HERB THAT CAN TAME THE BEAR />
It grows predominantly in dry pine forests and larch forests, mainly on sandy soil, in birch-larch woodlands, on the meadows, coastal rocks and scree, on gravelly places in the Alpine belt. It prefers open, well-lit places, does not like to grow near other plants. This plant is typical for the forest zone of the Northern Hemisphere. read more

BENEFICIAL PROPERTIES OF SHEPHERD'S PURSE

BENEFICIAL PROPERTIES OF SHEPHERD'S PURSE />
Shepherd's Purse is found in Europe, India, and Western Asia. It is a widespread weed plant. It grows in the fields, gardens, near houses, along roads, along ditches, etc. It grows in temperate and subtropical regions of the globe. The reserves of the species are very large, many times greater than the need for raw materials. read more

UNIQUE PROPERTIES OF CELANDINE

UNIQUE PROPERTIES OF CELANDINE />
The plant is found in light and shady broadleaf forests among bushes, less often in light coniferous forests, in groves and coastal shrubs. Celandine grows predominantly on nitrogen-rich soils. The ants that use seeds for food and carry them over long distances contribute to the widespread use of Celandine. read more

GOLDENSEAL IS BETTER THAN GOLD

GOLDENSEAL IS BETTER THAN GOLD />
In homeopathy, Goldenseal is used as a powerful tonic. It contributes to increased secretion of gastric acid and bile, stimulates appetite, improves digestion. Hydrastis improves the condition of the mucous membrane of the gastrointestinal tract, and also has a pronounced anti-inflammatory effect. The plant has a beneficial effect on the intestines. read more

OMNIPOTENT BLACK CUMIN

OMNIPOTENT BLACK CUMIN />
The homeland of Black Seed is the Mediterranean and South-West Asia. The plant is common in the countries of the Mediterranean, Europe, Asia, and North Africa. Black Cumin is cultivated in India and Egypt. India is the main producer and the largest exporter of this herb. read more

CLOSER LOOK AT MAYAPPLE OR AMERICAN MANDRAKE

CLOSER LOOK AT MAYAPPLE OR AMERICAN MANDRAKE />
North American Indians actively used Wild Mandrake as an emetic, anthelmintic and laxative remedy. There is a historical fact that North American Indians wore dried pieces of rhizomes of Mayapple around their necks, as an amulet. There is also evidence of the use of parts of Wild Mandrake to commit suicide. read more

NO MUD, NO LOTUS

NO MUD, NO LOTUS />
A large number of active substances stipulates useful properties of this flower. The leaves of the plant contain flavonoids, leucoanthocyanidins and alkaloids; rhizomes are rich in tannins, starch, resin, and rubber and vitamin C are present in all parts of the lotus. Remedies from this curative plant are able to stimulate the human immune system thanks to the high concentration of vitamin C. Different types of this natural medicine contain protein, manganese, copper, sugar, oils, useful macro- and microelements. read more