Salvia – the Versatile Medicinal Mint

Salvia officinalis aurea, a member of the mint family, is more commonly known as sage or common sage. The term ‘Salvia’ was coined from the Latin word ‘Salvere’ which means ‘to cure’. Dried sage leaves, and the oils extracted from them, are …

Oat Straw: An Authentic Energizer

Oat straw is an energy food that is rich and calcium and comes from green oats. Primarily used to support brain health and reduces anxiety, It also reduces the risk of heart disease. Moreover, taking oat straw increases energy and physical performance …

The wonders of Spirulina

Spirulina is a microalgae that comes from two types of cyanobacteria, namely Arthrospira platensis and Arthrospira maxima. Initially classified as a plant because of its pigment, it was later reclassified as a type of bacteria. It was a staple food among the …

St. John’s Wort for Depression

St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) is an herb that bears yellow flowers and can grow around 1 meter high. It has small transparent dots that make the leaves look perforated. The ancient Greeks have been using this herb as documented in the …

Green Vibrance Review

Introduction Achieving great overall health is something that everyone is seeking these days. Partly because of the new found popularity of wellness, all kinds of health products, ranging from supplements to exercise programs, are becoming very popular. Because of their popularity (and …
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Chinese Herbs for Anxiety

Chinese herbs for anxiety are being used for centuries, managing to find plants and create mixtures that effectively address the ailments they’re supposed to treat. Modern medicine may have slightly shifted the focus but with current concerns on ,natural approaches’, Chinese herbs …

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