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Olive health benefits and therapeutic value
Olives are the fruits of olive trees (Olea europea), which are short twisted trees that are part of the Oleaceae family.
Caraway health benefits and therapeutic properties
A herbaceous biennial plant, caraway is a plant genetically related to dill, aniseed and even fennel.
Aloe vera health benefits and therapeutic value
Beneficial plant of uncertain origins, aloe vera is know since the times of ancient Mesopotamia (1750 years before our time) and the Egypt of Pharaohs.
Grape health benefits and therapeutic value
Grape is the fruit of the grapevine (Vitis vinifera), a shooty woody plant belonging to the Vitaceae family native to temperate Western Asia.
Treating cough with plants
When cough is frequent, due to an infection or throat irritation, cough is the body’s pulmonary defense response
Banana health benefits and therapeutic value
Banana (Musa spienta) belongs to the Musaceae family. Native to Southeast Asia, banana is available all year round.
Fig health benefits and therapeutic value
The fig is the fruit of the fig tree (Ficus carica), a species of Ficus native to Syria, Afghanistan and the Mediterranean area, and it offers many benefits for health.
Spinach health benefits and therapeutic value
Native to Asia, spinach, or Spinacia oleracea, is a plant that grows quickly and offers delicious leaves that are excellent for health.
Acne, treating it naturally with plants
A hormonal disorder, acne is a classic skin condition that is very common in teenagers.
Strawberry health benefits and therapeutic value
Small and tasty, nutritious strawberry only weighs a couple grams, not much more than when it was first discovered in forest underbrush many years ago.
Chervil health benefits and therapeutic value
Chervil is a very fragrant spice that offers many health benefits and significant therapeutic value.
Lettuce health benefits and therapeutic value
Lettuce (Lactuca sativa), a small salad plant with tender leaves, smooth or ragged, green or red, is very certainly the most famous plant in our vegetable patches!
Coriander health benefits and therapeutic value
Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) is an annual plant that offers many health benefits and therapeutic properties,
Hemorrhoids, how to treat them naturally
A virtually permanent source of discomfort, hemorrhoids are a dilation of the veins in the anal area (rectum and anus) and surrounding tissues.
Red beet health benefits and therapeutic value
Beet is a subspecies of the Amaranthaceae plant family. It is grown for its fleshy roots and is used much like vegetables are.
Savoy cabbage health benefits and therapeutic value
Savoy cabbage and related headed cabbage (Brassica oleracea) are leaf vegetables that belong to the brassica family.
Celery health benefits and therapeutic value
Celery (Apium graveolens) is a hollow-stemmed condiment belonging to the Apiaceae family (parsley family), native to Europe and Asia. Its cultivation goes back to Greek and Roman times, but celery only recently became part of our vegetable patches, in the XVIIth century. Since then, it has continuously proven its numerous health benefits and therapeutic value.
Peach health benefits and therapeutic value
The peach tree (Prunus persica) is a tree native to the Far East. The Greeks introduced it in Europe, and it boasts many health benefits and a high therapeutic value.
Orange health benefits and therapeutic value
The orange tree, Citrus Aurantium (bitter) or sinensis (sweet) is a tree with a round shape that belongs to the Rutaceae (Rue) family.
Physalis, winter groundcherry, a plant with many therapeutic properties
A beneficial plant native to Peru, Bolivia and Columbia, physalis grows near houses and buildings