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Siberian ginseng

Siberian ginseng

Siberian ginseng is a type of herb and plant that is a species of small shrub found in the Araliaceae family. Siberian ginseng as the name would suggest is native to Siberia and other areas in Northeastern Asia. Historically it has been used as a traditional medicine in China and where it is known as …

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Pennyroyal

pennyroyal

Pennyroyal refers to plants in the Lamiaceae family of mint plants. A spearmint-like flagrance can be produced when pennyroyal is crushed. Historically, pennyroyal has been used as a source of oil. It was also used by the ancient Romans and Greeks to flavor wine and as an herb to flavor various dishes. Pennyroyal has been …

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Licorice (Liquorice)

Licorice Liquorice (Root)

Licorice (Liquorice) is the root of Glycyyrhiza glabra most commonly found in Turkey, Greece, and all around Asia. Licorice is a legume and an herbaceous perennial plant. Licorice root contains a compound called glycyrrhizic acid and it is used to treat a number of different health conditions. People often times use Licorice (Liquorice) as an …

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Kava (kavalactones)

Kava (kavalactones)

Kava (kavalactones) is an herb and plant that is found in the western Pacific and is in the pepper family. The root of the herb is used to make a variety of different home remedies, herbal dietary supplements, natural medicines, homeopathic holistic health products, and home remedies. Kava has been banned in many countries such …

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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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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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