Write a hub about some Natural Herbs, and how they benefit us.
Natural Household and Medicinal Uses for Cloves. This is an article I just posted you may find interesting and usefull. Please let me know if this is the type of information you are looking for. I appreciate you asking the question.
I already posted a hub on the medicinal uses of cloves when I first joined a few weeks ago. I would be happy to write a natural herb hub as I have made this a life time study and also have a website dedicated to the use of natural herbal cures. Entitled "Cloves Not Just For Sunday Ham!
In my previous health hub “How to get bigger breasts and enhance breast size naturally”, I briefly described about the extraordinary and amazing benefits of fenugreek for increasing breast size, treating menopause, relieving cough, and... read more
Awhile back i wrote a hub on how 10 special natural herbs can help lower blood pressure and also help unclog arteries natrually...
check it out at... http://hubpages.com/hub/healthyheartsclub
I also wrote about how cilantro (coriander) can help chelate heavy metals out of your body... i have tried this with a coriander tincture and it really does work and is very powerful... i recommend going very slowly for sure...
here's that hub at... http://hubpages.com/hub/cilantro-chelates
thanks for asking........ weaver (((o)))
The scientific name of Hibiscus natural herb is
Hibiscus esculentus and synonym Abelmoschus esculentus. Hibiscus is also known
as okra and ladyfinger. There are many medicinal benefits of hibiscus extract
for skin, for hair, and during pregnancy to... read more
In India, the vibrant green magical seeds of fennel are called saunf in Hindi. A fennel seed is a natural sex stimulant in impotency, appetizer in decreased appetite, laxative in constipation, diuretic for kidneys, galactagogue for breastfeeding... read more
Thyme herb is a perennial shrub, which belongs
to the Labiatae family of shrubs that grows up to 15 cm to 30 cm in height.
Thyme has dark lilac flowers and tiny green leaves. The leaves of thymus
citriodorus variety are wide and have a lemon scent... read more
I think there is no person in this world who has
not heard about mint, especially peppermint which has been a very famous
flavoring agent in chewing gums, teas, toothpastes, and thousands of other
products that we use in daily life. Moreover, this... read more
Phatpugs is the best because your herbs are treated like gold.
I have 25 year background as a Chef and have extensive knowledge of how to prep what the earth brings forth. Our herbs are prepaired in an ultra clean modern kitchen that lives up to NSF standards. Your herbs are delicately manipulated to Smoothness by means of common food prep standards. It takes up to 5 hours to finish just a 4 0z batch. Herbal Spice brewed to be ultra smooth.
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Not sure how to link... I'm new to this. :0) I wrote this Hub a bit ago.
Hope this helps.
Arnica Montana is a natural herb with beneficial powers and healing properties. This herb is commonly called as leopard's bane, mountain tobacco, and wolf bane. Interestingly, the genus Arnica is made up of about 30 different species of herbs but... read more
Although, there are several
natural herbs including garlic, aji, saffron, carum, cinnamon, culantro,
gentian, fennel, ginger, hops, chamomile, mint, papaya, passiflora berteriana,
salvia divinorum, Toronjil (Mexican Giant Hyssop), and Yacon that... read more
It's amazing how much good a little plant can do for our health. Herbal teas aren't just good for you, they are fun to create and they taste good too. read more
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