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Have you ever heard of epazote (pronounced eh-puh-ZOE-tay)? Epazote is a herb with a long history of use as a spice in Latin American cuisine and as an effective, natural remedy for eliminating harmful organisms from the digestive tract. [1] With a scientific name Dysphania ambrosioides (formerly chenopodium ambrosioides), this green leafy vegetable is native to Central America, southern Mexico, and South America. It is believed that the Mayans were among the first to harness the many benefits of this herb. [1] (more…)

The licorice plant, Glycyrrhiza Glabra, is a green, leafy herb that produces purple flowers. Native to parts of Asia, Europe, and India, the licorice plant has become as well known for its health benefits as for its flowers. So what can licorice do for you? Let’s take a look. Health Benefits of Licorice Root There are 4 primary ways licorice root can benefit your body. 1. Gastrointestinal Health Licorice root is thought to be helpful for relieving all sorts of gastrointestinal issues. [1] Some evidence suggests that licorice root extract […]

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Lavender oil is a beneficial nectar extracted from the distinctive purple flowers of the lavender plant. This aromatic shrub, commonly known as English lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), originated in the western Mediterranean region and is now cultivated throughout the U.S., Europe, and Australia. A major reason for its popularity is that the oil from this plant boasts many health-supporting properties. [1] 7 Lavender Oil Benefits Let’s take a closer look at seven health benefits of lavender oil. 1. Helps Alleviate Anxiety Lavender has traditionally been used as a remedy for relieving […]

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Cloves are the dried flower buds of the Syzygium aromaticum tree. Clove trees are indigenous to the Maluku Islands of Indonesia — also known as the Spice Islands. Today, cloves grow in India, the West Indies, Tanzania, Sri Lanka, Brazil, and Madagascar. For over 2,000 years, Indian and Chinese traditional medicine has made extensive use of cloves and clove oil. Arabic traders first brought the fragrant buds to Europe in the fourth century. It wasn't until the seventh and eighth centuries that cloves became popular as a food preservative in […]

If you’ve ever battled toe or foot fungus, you know how difficult it is to clear up. Relieving the pain, itchiness, odor, and discomfort associated with the condition can also be rather challenging. Untreated, foot fungus, also known as athlete’s foot or tinea pedis, “eats” away at the skin of the foot and can easily spread to other areas of the body, such as the groin. Toenail fungus, or onychomycosis, disfigures the toenail and creates thick discolored nails that can cause painful pressure and difficulty walking. (more…)