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Scutellaria skullcaps to treat anxiety

Native to North America, blue skullcap or mad-dog skullcap is a herbaceous plant of the mint family that, if well exposed to sunlight, will grow very well in moist and rich soil – storing nutrients and compounds that share excellent health benefits.
Skullcap (scutellaria) health benefits

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.
A ripe green fig sliced open on a wooden outdoor table.

Weeds that are full of benefits

Seems their reputation could use an upgrade! “Weeds” are most often plants that have a great many appealing benefits you can actually savor around the dinner table!
Weeds with health benefits include dandelion

Dog rose health benefits and therapeutic value

Often thought of as a wild plant, dog rose has many health benefits that help cure many ailments. Dog rose is a plant native to North Africa, the Middle East and Europe. It grows in forest clearings and along forest edges, in hedges along grazing prairies and on rather dry soil (especially chalky soil). This […]
Books show health benefits of dogrose.

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.
Peaches in a basket, ready for a delicious bite of health benefits

Lichen health benefits and therapeutic value

A combination of fungus, algae and bacteria living together, lichen isn’t a plant. It looks like seaweed, is similar to plants in many respects, and comes with an amazing diversity which result innumerable health benefits.
Strand of lichen full of health benefits

Safe moldy food

Although mold on food is usually something to be wary of, there are many cases where it’s perfectly safe to eat
Block of moldy cheese.

Dill health benefits and therapeutic value

Dill or Anethum graveolens holds its name from the Greek word anethon, “that which grows fast”. It is an annual plant 3 feet (1 meter) tall, native to Southern Europe and the Middle East.
Benefits of dill for the body

Bad moldy food

Some foods are really dangerous to eat when mold starts 
Old rice casserole molding
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