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Milk

3/19/2014
Milk is often pitched as a great source of calcium. It is not. Yes, it has a high calcium content,...
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Coffee

3/19/2014
If you forgot to drink your coffee with breakfast this morning, here’s something that may jog your memory in the...
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Peanut Butter

3/10/2014
Many people do not encourage their children to eat peanut butter to prevent the development of a food allergy or...
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Pumpkin Pie

3/10/2014
It’s certainly no surprise to any literate, health-minded person that fresh fruits and vegetables benefit health, but, considering the negative...
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Cat’s Claw Bark

3/6/2014
The rainforest holds many natural medicine secrets still to be uncovered. One of the secrets that HAS been discovered, however,...
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Pau D’arco

3/4/2014
In addition to being considered an anticancer herb, Pau d’arco is also well known for helping treat a wide range...
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Cordyceps

3/4/2014
Each week we like to take a moment to give special attention to a natural ingredient used to promote health....
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Ginseng

3/4/2014
Ginseng has received much attention as an herbal remedy over the years. Maybe previous cultures knew what we are starting...
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Stabilized Rice Bran

3/4/2014
Tested by the U.S.D.A., stabilized rice bran is an extremely powerful source of vitamins and minerals, essential amino acids, Omega-3,6,9...
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Agrimony

3/4/2014
If you’ve ever used the herb agrimony, you have something in common with the injured men on medieval battlefields. During...
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Yellow Dock Root

3/4/2014
For many, the yellow dock plant is considered nothing more than an invasive and unwelcome weed. However, herbalists and Native...
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Noni

3/3/2014
You may have heard quite a lot about the noni fruit as it rose in popularity a few years ago....
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Poke Root

2/27/2014
If you live anywhere from Maine to Texas, you may have been introduced to the poke root as a highly...
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Sarsaparilla

2/26/2014
While it may often be referenced in westerns as a “sissy drink,” real sarsaparilla is indeed a valuable herb with...
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Nuts

2/26/2014
Nuts are a very versatile type of food. Whether you sprinkle them on top of a salad for added crunch...
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Dandelion Root

2/26/2014
Many think of dandelions as nothing more than a bright yellow pesky weed. However, you may want to rethink that...
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Flaxseed

2/26/2014
Flaxseed is considered by many to be one of the most powerful foods on the planet. According to history, this...
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Goldenrod

2/26/2014
There are between 60 and 130 different varieties of our featured herb, goldenrod. According to old folk lore, finding some...
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Senna

2/25/2014
What does an herb used in love sachets in the Middle East have to do with your colon? You may...
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Bamboo

2/25/2014
While bamboo may still be on the newer side of things here in Western herbal medicine, traditional Chinese medicine has...
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Catuaba Bark

2/25/2014
Catuaba bark is the most well known aphrodisiac plant in Brazil and has a long history of medicinal use. Its...
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Chicory Root

2/25/2014
Chicory root was widely used during the Great Depression and World War II when coffee was in short supply or...
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Damiana

10/24/2013
The damiana herb uses are often related to the reproductive system. Learn more about this herb that benefits anxiety and...
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Marshmallow Root

10/24/2013
The benefits and uses of marshmallow root go beyond the fluffiness of white snack food. Learn more about this plant’s...
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Artichoke Leaf

10/9/2013
The artichoke leaf contains many health benefits, making it key to liver detox and protection. Read more on this plant’s...
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