Grow Your Own Medicinal Plants for Natural Remedies


Ease burns, repel bugs, treat bad breath, and moisturize your skin with these medicinal plants that you can grow in your garden or even in your backyard. This post from Reset.Me gives tips on the best ways to use some of these exotic plants.In a BBC video, James Wong, an ethnobotinist and British television personality, discusses various medicinal plants you can grow in your ... Continue Reading

Cleavers: Best Herb to Stimulate Your Lymphatic System


The lymphatic system helps keep the body healthy by eliminating infections and diseases. But how do you keep your lymphatic system healthy? This post from Body Enlightenment turns the spot light on cleavers herb that can work wonders in stimulating your lymphatic system.Lymphatics: A word that most people have heard of but it still conjures up a few “I’m not really sure ... Continue Reading

Chaga Mushroom: The ‘King of Plants’ and the ‘Mushroom of Immortality’


An informative post from Collective-Evolution on Chaga mushroom, a fungus also known as “the mushroom of immortality” and “the king of all herbs”:Chaga is a non-toxic fungal parasite that grows on birch trees (as well as a few other types) in Northern climates. It is far from your typical soft and squishy mushroom, it actually looks and feels like burnt wood or charcoal. ... Continue Reading

8 Powerful Health Benefits Of Schizandra Berry

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For years, men and women in China have relied on the Schizandra berries to preserve their youth and beauty. Native to China and Japan, this fruit is also called wu wei zi, which means the fruit of the five flavors. Indeed, bite into a Schizandra berry and you will be assailed by flavors such as sweet, salty, bitter, hot and sour! All rolled into one marvelous little ... Continue Reading

Endless Health Benefits Of Oregano Oil


Oregano has throughout the history mainly been used as a culinary herb. Its suitability to give flavor to a wide range of dishes has made it a popular ingredient in cuisines around the globe. Oregano supposedly has its origin in the Mediterranean countries, where it is still one of the most commonly used herbs. Another way to benefit from this plant’s unique properties, ... Continue Reading