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Benefits of Mint (Pudina)

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Benefits of Mint (Pudina)


Benefits of Mint (Pudina) Health Care Pudina leaves are also known as mint leaves. Mint originates from a Greek word mentha and contains menthol. It is known for emitting a distinct aroma. Mint has got numerous benefits as it has both cosmetic and medicinal properties. Mint is an essential ingredient in many of the Indian cuisine and is one of the oldest herbs used for garnishing and flavouring as it adds a pleasant aroma to the food. Both fresh and dry mint is used in a large number of recipes and mostly it is used in making tangy chutneys. Mint is renowned for curing upset stomachs and helps in soothing the digestive tract. Drinking herbal mint tea reduces irritated bowel syndromes, cleanses the stomach and also clears up skin disorders such as acne. In China it is mainly used to combat spasms. Women suffering from morning sickness are often advised to add lime juice, ginger juice and honey to the mint decoction and have it twice a day for getting relief. One o…

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Sarsaparilla Benefits

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Sarsaparilla Benefits Sarsaparilla is a natural herb that has a number of benefits. One of the many sarsaparilla benefits is its ability to treat liver conditions. In this article, we will see what are the other benefits of sarsaparilla... Sarsaparilla is a vine-like woody plant, which is indigenous to Central and South American rain frosts, Mexico, certain parts of Australia, the Caribbean Islands, Jamaica as well as certain parts of South East Asia. It was introduced to Europe in the late 15th century. The scientific name of sarsaparilla is smilax ornate and it belongs to the lily family. This vine is known to reach up to fifty feet in length. Sarsaparilla bears small flowers and black, blue or red berry like fruits. The root of sarsaparilla is long and tuberous. It has a spicy-sweet and pleasant taste, when it is processed, however, before processing the roots are bitter, sticky and often tend to have a strong odor. Since, t…

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Guinea hen weed: A powerful Jamaican herb - News - Jamaica Gleaner - Tuesday | October 18, 2011

Guinea hen weed: A powerful Jamaican herb - News - Jamaica Gleaner - Tuesday | October 18, 2011


Guinea Hen Weed: A Powerful Jamaican Herb
GUINEA HEN weed, known to South Americans as anamu, is a herb that is indigenous to induce abortion in the Amazon rainforest and the tropical areas of the Caribbean, Central and South America and Africa. Its botanical name is Petiveria alliacea. In Jamaica, it has several names - guinea hen weed, guinea hen leaf, garlic weed or gully root. Anamu has a long history of use in herbal medicine in all the countries where it grows. Herbalists and natural health practitioners have traditionally used anamu for a wide variety of conditions including arthritis, digestive disorders, infections, diabetes, cancer, pain relief and even to induce abortions. Over the past quarter of a century, however, modern scientific research has studied anamu intensively and many biologically active compounds have been discovered in the plant: flavanoids, triterpenes, steroids, and…

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