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  • Garlic Nature's Healing Aid?  By : Paulina Jenkins
    Garlic is better known as a condiment and spice used in cooking. It is very pungent both in smell and taste. For thousands of years garlic also has been used as an alternative medicine for the treatment of various health conditions. Garlic was widely used in past great civilizations such as Egypt, China and India.
  • How Natural Is Green Tea?  By : Keith Woolley
    Green tea leaves have for many years been used throughout Asia continent as a natural medicine for poor digestion, body aches and pains, headaches and general improved wellness.
  • As easy as one, two, tea  By : Mitamins Team
    Most people take their nutritional supplements in tablet form. However, there is an alternative that works well with some vitamins: herbal teas. A refreshing change, and a good way to input nutritional supplements into your system, here are some tips on deciding when to take your supplements in tabl
  • Does Green Tea Offer the Prescription for Beating Cancer?  By : Jon Stout
    Since there is also evidence to indicate that green tea can prevent cancer as well, drinking green tea is not only safe�it�s also highly recommended by some medical experts. Therefore, green tea may not just be a thirst-quencher�it may also be a key ingredient of a healthy diet.
  • Introduction to Herbalism  By : George Kakaris
    Herbal extracts have been used since antiquity and justly consider as great natural way to enhance your health and promote your wellbeing.
  • Migraines:more than one kind of headache  By : Mitamins Team
    Migraine headaches give their sufferers more than one kind of headache. Once the pain in the head is subsided, they still need to discuss the best way to deal with the problem.
  • The Miracle of Myrtle  By : Mabel Dugmore
    Myrtle is the common term used for a family of shrubs and trees collectively known as Myrtaceae. This plant group is almost entirely located in tropical regions, most prominently in America and Australia. Additionally, myrtle can be found growing in Iran, North Africa and in the Mediterranean.
  • Eucalyptus: Australia's Marvelous Medicine  By : Venus Enock
    Eucalyptus globulus is a tree native to Tasmania and mainland Australia. There are about 300 different species of Eucalyptus, making it one of the most common genera of the Australian flora.
  • The Lowdown on Licorice  By : Joelle Applebe
    Licorice is more than just a sweet snack. True licorice or "Glycyrrhiza glabra" is a European plant belonging to the pulse family Leguminosae. The sweet substance that has made licorice famous is produced when the roots of the licorice plant are pressed or pounded. But there's much more to the licorice root, and it has been celebrated for its medicinal purposes since ancient times. Licorice root has been used as a laxative, and taken to treat coughs. When brewed, licorice produces the sweet flavor we love for candy, tobacco and other products.
  • Tea: A Natural Cancer Treatment?  By : Jon Stout
    One of the best remedies for cancer may be as close as your nearest tea cup.
  • Could Green Tea Provide a Cure for Cancer?  By : Jon Stout
    Cancer is a complex, devastating illness which is responsible for the deaths of millions of people each year.
  • Cancer Preventing Qualities of Green Tea  By : Jon Stout
    One of the most important discoveries resulting from the many years of cancer research is the indication that there may be several natural ways to prevent cance
  • The Truth About Okinawan Tea  By : Reeveso
    Just like many other diet products on the market today, sellers of okinawan tea are claiming extraordinary weight loss just by drinking the tea. Although tea is a great drink for weight loss, I believe these people are just plain lying to you!

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