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The Queen Of Superberries: North American Aronia

14 Apr 2021 1 minute read 2 comments Genuine Gemstone

Aronia (mela-no-carpa), also known as black chokeberry, originates from North America where it was used by American Indians for medical purposes before it was discovered and brought to European soil by explorers. Her antioxidant profile is the most c...

finding natural medicines kratom ,cbd products, kombucha, and Kanna during the global health crisis

11 Dec 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Chubbie149

  Kanna, blue lotus, kombucha, maca, CBD, certain mushrooms, and my favorite pain relief plant Kratom. These natural remedies are very commonly used by those whom may believe in natural medicine or healthy living. However many people have likely been...

The Medicine Man (5 minute freewrite)

9 Aug 2020 1 minute read 2 comments uthus2000

I haven't been there in some time, but in Tifton, Georgia there is a little shop on the corner: The Medicine Man. The guy that owns it is named Mark and used to be a pharmaceutical rep. One day he decided that they were full of lies and he quit to st...

Lovely, Luscious Lavender

7 Aug 2020 1 minute read 0 comments AqilahTheBlommie

The word Lavender is derived from the Latin root “lavare,” which means “to wash.” Not only does Lavender decrease anxiety, but it is also antibacterial and anti-inflammatory.    Part of the Mint family, this medicinal herb is now grown globally, alt...

Museum of Vietnamese Traditional Medicine

2 May 2020 1 minute read 2 comments Ghengis

  This is a fascinating place. I spent a couple of hours there last year and I'm keen to go back. It's a 4 storey building jam packed full of amazing things - medical instruments, herbal medicines, apothecary, statues, pottery...

THE HEALING PROPERTIES OF GROUND IVY (Glechoma hederacea)

7 Jan 2020 2 minute read 0 comments Noble Century Media

Ground Ivy is among herbaceous perennials, with the plant grows to a height of about half a meter. People treat it as an invasive weed. The leaves are thus colored dark green in the shape of a heart, and the edges are reminiscent of the shape of wave...