Herba Linch (Cannabis Thorp) is about HERBS, PLANTS, AND AGRICULTURE. Featured are Asian and Philippine herbal plants and other plants in deeper Asia used as alternative remedies for wellness, health, healing, and other uses.
It also features backyard gardening in Manila, Philippine agriculture, and organic farming.
In many parts of the Philippines, some local vegetables and fruits are used for treating illnesses and are thus termed "herbal" medicine by local folks. So don't be surprised if ordinary vegetables and fruits are discussed here as "herbal."
ORGANIC FARMING. And Herba Linch would also like to contribute to organic farming technology applicable to Philippine farming.
Where's "Deep" Asia?
Some folks ask me where Deep Asia is. If you're in Asia while pondering on life deeply, that's Deep Asia.
If you're fond of eating herbs and doing brisk walks in the morning, chances are, you're going to lose weight. I and my wife like eating supper with herbs so that early in the morning, after some stretching to prepare for a brisk walk, the natural...
with Philippine herbals—Philippine herbal plants and products—started when I
realized the importance of health and long life through herbal wellness. This was probably way back the
early 1970s when I was in high school. The...
My wife and I discovered a small bakery inserted between two small business stalls at a major street corner in our village one fine morning while brisk walking. We were curious what the small pandesal (Pinoy favorite fist-size bread) "topped with...
To combat the high cost of synthetic medicines these days, the Philippine government endorses the use of herbal remedies for ailments. Top 10 Philippine medicinal herbs are endorsed in particular: Lagundi (Vitex Negundo). Basically for cough and...
I love this herb—and I mean I LOVE it. If you want your
veggie dish delectably Chinesey, Philippine kinchay is it. This small
but terrible oriental herb lends a delectably tangy flavor to any dish.
But there seems to be some confusion online...
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