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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

HERBAL TREATMENT FOR UTIs

HERBAL TREATMENT FOR UTIs />
Escherichia coli. is the most typical cause of UTI . The second bacterial cause of UTI is Staphylococcus saprophyticus. The most common treatment for UTI is antibiotics, so bacteria have become resistant to antibiotics, and infections are very common. read more

DISCOVER LYCHEE BENEFITS

DISCOVER LYCHEE BENEFITS />
Lychee Chinensis normalizes the level of blood sugar, functioning of liver, lungs and kidneys, cures stomach and pancreas, strengthens sexual desire and male power, quenches thirst, relieves of constipation, normalizes the work of the stomach and intestines, helps to lose weight, prevents accumulation of fluid in the tissues and increases the tone of the body, strengthens the heart, reduces the risk of malignant tumors and relieves inflammation of the tonsils, strengthen bones and teeth, normalizes blood pressure, maintains a heart rate, reduces the risk of heart attack, nourishes the skin, stimulates the reproduction of natural oils necessary for moisture and elasticity of the skin. 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