A Closer Look At The Psyllium Husk

Psyllium Husk is a widely used natural remedy. It is composed of the coverings and small parts of the seed of the plant Plantago ovate, which is native to India and Pakistan but has been made commercially available throughout the whole world. …

Rehmannia – Nature’s All-Around Tonic

Rehmannia glutinosa, particularly its root, is traditionally used in Japanese and Chinese medicine. It is feels cold to the tongue, and can be sweet or bitter. It is primarily found in Northeastern China and has been used for over 2,000 years. It …

Saw Palmetto – Made for Men

Saw Palmetto is a plant whose ripe fruits or berries are used to make medicine. It is a palm scientifically known as Serenoa repens. It is also known as American Dwarf Palm Tree, Cabbage Palm, Sabal, and Saw Palmetto Berry. Saw palmetto …

The Many Benefits of Psyllium Seed

Psyllium Seed is the seed of the herb Plantago that grows mainly in India, Pakistan, and Iran. It is widely used throughout the world for the production of mucilage, a sticky substance secreted by plants. It has been widely used for its …
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Herbal Analysis: Oregon Grape Root

Native to North America, the Oregon Grape Root is widely distributed in the Pacific Northwest and is used for its medicinal properties. This flowering perennial is closely related to the medical characteristics of goldenseal. But due to the near-extinction status of goldenseals, …

The Bitter Sweet Notoginseng

Panaz notoginseng, or notoginseng as it is most commonly referred to, is a root crop that belongs to the family of ginseng plants. The Chinese refer to it as the “three-seven root” as it has three branches with exactly seven leaves in …

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