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Tea Tree Oil

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is an essential oil that is derived from the leaves of the tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia). Tea trees are native to northeast regions of Australia and have been used historically by the aboriginals of Australia for hundreds of years. Due to its potential health benefits, Tea tree oil has been used as …

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St John’s Wort

St. John's Wort

St John’s wort is a type of yellow flowered plant and herb in the species Hypericum perforatum that is native to the subtropic and temperate regions of the world including North America, Brazil, Europe, India, Russia, and Turkey. St John’s wort is sometimes used to produce various herbal dietary supplements, natural medicines, home remedies, alternative …

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Selenium

Selenium

Selenium is a chemical element and mineral that is required in very small amounts in the body to maintain good health. Due to its potential health benefits, selenium is sometimes used as a natural medicine, herbal remedy, homeopathic dietary supplement, home remedy, alternative medicine, and naturopathic medicine. There are many commercial uses for selenium such …

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Roman chamomile

Roman chamomile

Roman chamomile is a kind of low perennial plant that is native to North America, Europe, and Argentina. People sometimes use Roman chamomile to produce home remedies, natural medicines, herbal dietary supplements, naturopathic medicines, homeopathic medicines, and alternative medicines. People sometimes use Roman chamomile to flavor foods as well as to produce various perfumes, tisanes, …

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Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)

Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)

Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) is a type of nutrient and vitamin that plays a vital role in the maintenance of proper functions in humans and other animals that is required by all flavoproteins. Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) is a critical nutrient for metabolism. Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) is often used as a home remedy, natural medicine, homeopathic medicine, …

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Red clover

Red Clover

Red clover is a species of flower and herb in the legumes family of plants that is native to West Asia, Europe, and northwest Africa. Due to their potential health benefits red clover is often times used as a natural medicine, home remedy, naturopathic medicine, homeopathic remedy, and herbal dietary supplement. Other names for red …

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Propolis

Propolis

Propolis is a resin-like mixture that can be found from buds the honey bees often collect. Bees often use propolis as a sealing agent to cover open gaps in the hive. Due to its potential health benefits, propolis is often times used as a home remedy, natural medicine, alternative medicine, and homeopathic naturopathic medicine. Other …

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Passionflower (passiflora)

Passionflower (passiflora)

Passionflower (passiflora) is a type of plant and passion flower in the genus of flowering plants of family Passilforaceae. Due to its potential health benefits, people use passionflower to produce various kinds of home remedies, natural medicines, herbal dietary supplements, alterhnative medicines, and homeopathic naturopathic health products. It has also been used recreationally for smoking …

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Noni

Noni

Noni is a small evergreen tree in the coffee family, Rubiaceae that is native to India, Australia and Southeast Asia. Traditionally, noni was used as a clothing dye in Polynesia. Noni was also used as a natural medicine, home remedy, alternative medicine, naturopathic homeopathic medicine, and herbal dietary supplement. Historically, noni was prepared topically as …

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Lavender

Lavender

Lavender is a type of plant or herb found in the genus of flowering plants in the Lamiaceae family (mint). Lavender is native to the Mediterranean. Lavender has health benefits and has been used as a home remedy, homeopathic medicine, alternative medicine, natural remedy, and herbal dietary supplement for a variety of health purposes as …

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Horsetail

Horsetail

Horsetail is a plant or herb in the genus of vascular plants in the family Equisetaceae. Horsetail has often been used to produce a wide range of holistic homeopathic medicines, herbal health products, alternative medicines, naturopathic cures, home remedies, and natural medicines. It is considered a living fossil due to the fact that it appears …

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Flaxseed and Flaxseed Oil

Flax seed and flax seed oil

Flaxseed and flaxseed oil are often times used to make a wide range of alternative medicines, natural cures, home remedies, holistic & homeopathic treatments, naturopathic medicines, and herbal dietary supplements. Flaxseed is derived from a plant called Linum usitatissimum in the genus Linum; family Linaceae. Flaxseed is native to India, some parts of the Mediterranean, …

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Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus is a type of flowering tree in the myrtle family, Myrtaceae. Many species of the Eucalyptus plant is native to Australia, but a few are also native to New Guinea, the Philippines and Indonesia. Eucalyptus has gained some attention as being a good source of wood, cleaning oil, and insecticide due to its quick …

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Bladderwrack

Bladderwrack

Bladderwrack, as known as, Fucus vesiculosus, is a type of seasweed that is common to the coastal regions of the North and West Baltic Seas; plus the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. People often use bladderwrack to produce home remedies, health products, vitamin, dietary, and herbal supplements, natural cures for various things, and alternative medicines. Other …

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Aloe Vera

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Aloe Vera medicinal value and medical practice can be traced back for thousands of years. It is of course used as a home remedy, natural cure, and alternative medicine to this day. Over 5000 years ago the herb was used in Egypt, evidence of which can be found in various carvings throughout the region. In …

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Aloe

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Aloe Vera medicinal value and medical practice can be traced back for thousands of years. It is of course used as a home remedy, natural cure, and alternative medicine to this day. Over 5000 years ago the herb was used in Egypt, evidence of which can be found in various carvings throughout the region. In …

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