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ARONIA

ARONIA />
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

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

DANDELION WORKS ITS MAGIC

DANDELION WORKS ITS MAGIC />
This sunny flower was brought to America as a food crop. Now it is assimilated throughout Southern Africa, North and South America, Australia, New Zealand, India. It can be found in all 50 states and most Canadian provinces. In China, folk healers use dandelion to improve the patient's appetite, to treat skin diseases and problems with lymph nodes. The plant is widely used as an antipyretic and diaphoretic remedy. Also, it increases the supply of milk in breastfeeding women. Bulgarian traditional healers use taraxacum officinale to get rid of problems with the liver, stomach, gall bladder and intestines. What is more the juice and leaves help with atherosclerosis, anemia, hemorrhoids and vitamin C deficiency. read more

EMBRACE THE POWER OF BURDOCK

EMBRACE THE POWER OF BURDOCK />
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HORSE CHESTNUT PROFILE

HORSE CHESTNUT PROFILE />
Deciduous tree of up to 25 m high. Leaves are large, complex, five to seven fingered, with long petioles. They form a dense crown. Flowers are campanulate, asymmetric, fragrant with a strong, pleasant smell. Chestnut fruit is a ball-shaped green capsule (walnut), 6-8 cm in length, seated with prickly thorns. The fruit contains 1-4 seeds. read more