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Herbal Team selections 4 FIFA games begin

Updated on June 20, 2014

Herbal team selections 4 FIFA games begin

Volume 6, Issue 17, June 14, 2014

The FiFA cup is going to be played 64 times in the playoffs around the world and the mention of the soccer “sporosexual’s” lineup is breathtaking for the female fans. Of the 64 games being played around the world and the lineup getting more and more energetic. Sometimes I wonder what types of food the super star athletes eat and drink. No doubt the eating is good and it activates the cellular level to the core of each amazing body. Nutritionally and molecularly the athletes get the whipped up nutrients that they need to play the highly energetic sport.

Female fans want to see the bulging muscles of each superstar sportosexual and catch a glimpse of the gorgeous bodies that they work very hard to achieve. The Brazilian atmosphere is the best place on earth to achieve energetic and amazing muscle development that is immersed in the nutrient rich region.

Of 64 games that are going and have been played each of the different regions of the world also offer up an insightful view into the lives and customs of the very best athletes the world has to offer. The FIFA organization is unique in that it is about the only organization to offer the amazing and spectacular event for the world to see with athletes from around the world who represent each country and region. The most interesting foods and interactions of foods are offered for each of the athletes.

Thus far of the 64 games; in San Paulo, Brazil the Croatians and the Brazilians had the first round of soccer games, and then Mexico and Cameroon had their game on Friday in Estados das Dunas, Natal; in addition to the lineup on Friday was Netherlands and Spain who played there game in Fonte Nova, Salvador. Lastly, was Chile and Australia in Arena Pantanal in Cuiaba. Today, four games were played by the following teams Columbia and Greece in BeloHorizonte, then Uruguay and Costa Rica in Fortaleza, thirdly, England and Italy in Amazonia Manaus part of the Brazilian family of regions, and lastly but not least was the Ivory Coast and Japan and the Arena Pernambuco, Recife.

Croatian Herbs

Red Clover or cow Clover is a vibrant and beautifully floralled plant that grows in different regions around the world and also bears a root that is engaged for medicinal purposes and herbal treatments. It is a food or vegetable that is used in different remedies.

Some of the medicinal remedies include bronchitis, asthma, psoriasis, menstrual symptoms, cancer prevention, menopause, and enlarged prostates. It enhances and blends with the natural chemicals in an individual’s body to produce blood cells and pliable vessels. Incredibly it also aids in curing diseases with bacteria present.

Mexico’s Herbs

Mexico has several different herbs that are beneficial in alternate medicine and homeopathic remedies. They are Mormon Tea, Mexican Oregano; Wormseed (discussed in previous issue) Prickly Poppy, Wild Yam (also previously mentioned in previous issue), Damaiana, and Wild Tobacco.

Mormon Tea

  • Mormon Tea also known as
  • Brigham Tea
  • Joint Fir
  • Mexican Tea
  • Popotillo
  • Squaw Tea

This herb is grown and dried to prepare a tea and the Mexicans call this herb Popotillo. The plants are plants that grow in stem like fashion or like grass with a small daisy like floral at the end of its stem.

Medicinal remedies that this plant engages are remedies for diseases like syphilis, kidney problems, colds, narrowing blood vessels, asthma, pain, sunburns, and fever.

Mexican Oregano

Mexican Oregano is grown in Mexico and used a lot in south western cuisine especially South America cuisine. It grows with rough edged leafs and small white floras in the center of the leaf and stem. It grows to a height of 24 to 36 inches and leafs can extend to a whopping 18 to 24 inches. Gourmet chefs around the world use and engage this herb for exquisite cuisine especially Mexico with its vibrant and delicious entrée’s that could make any gourmet chef drool for a small bite of the deliciously prepared cuisine.

Medicinal uses include the treatment of infections and delayed menstrual flows, diarrhea, stomach pains, colds, and anti-malarial diseases.

Prickly Poppy

Also known as:

  • Mexican Poppy
  • Prickly Poppy
  • Thorn Poppy
  • Yellow Poppy
  • Yellow Thistle

This plant is a bush that produces beautiful yellow rose-like floras’ at its stem end and the stems are like that of a rosemary bush spiky and thorny looking.

The medicinal engagement of this bush is used in remedies for leprosy, parasite elimination, and worms in humans, warts, lesions, cold sores, pain, asthma, migraines, skin disorders, and coughs.


The Ancient Mayan’s engaged this herb as a traditional aphrodisiac and in Central America and Mexico it is engaged today for many other products. This is one of those herbs that was considered and used by the royalty in the Ancient Mayan’s empire. This plant grows and produces a beautiful yellow floral with leaves that resemble the mint leaf.

The medicinal engagements of this plant are for aid for depression.

Wild Tobacco

This wonderfully aromatic herb is tall and produces a beautiful green floral that is and was considered a sacred herb to the indigenous people of Mexico. Widely traded for tobacco and smoked this herb is also engaged for medicinal purposes.

The herb is engaged in alleviation of pain, colds, headaches, skin disorders, rheumatic or painful swelling, and gout.


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