Saturday, January 14, 2017
Ginseng is a herbal root that is native to some parts of Asia, mainly China and South Korea. Over the centuries it found its way to North America and it now grows naturally in some regions.
The root is used. Excellent for low blood pressure. Increases the capillary
circulation of the brain and also helps with nervous exhaustion. Useful for
chest troubles, colds stomach and lungs
Ginseng has long been used by the Chinese for energy, enhancing libido and as a remedy for countless ailments. One the Chinas earliest and most powerful dynasties, the Liang Dynasty, considered Ginseng to be a cure for all kinds of illnesses. Emperors took it regularly believing that it could give them not just a satisfying sex life but also overall healthy and long lives.
The Borage plant is native to southern Europe and the Mediterranean region, where it thrives in rich soil and full sun. The Borage herb has long been cultivated in herb gardens. It has become naturalized in much of Europe and England and continues to be cultivated worldwide.
Effective treatment for kidneys, ringworm, mouth sores and the blood. It is
highly recommended after any treatment with cortisone or steroids as it
will revive and renew the adrenal glands over time
Sunday, January 8, 2017
The name basil is derived from the old Greek word basilikohn, which means royal, reflecting that ancient culture's attitudes towards an herb that they held to be very noble and sacred. The tradition of reverence of basil has continued in other cultures..
.Basil is a highly fragrant plant whose leaves are used as a seasoning herb for many different types of foods. Basil has become one of the most recognizable herbs.
Dried basil can be easily added to practically any dish. Basil is used around the world in many different cuisines with good reason. It adds a depth and flavor that is not rivaled by other herbs.
There are more than 60 varieties of basil, all of which differ somewhat in appearance and taste. While the taste of sweet basil is bright and pungent, other varieties also offer unique tastes: lemon basil, anise basil and cinnamon basil all have flavors that subtly reflect their name.