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The heart friendly food your body needs

Garlic is first noted by Chinese literature in the Collection of Commentaries on the Classic of the Materia Medica 500 A.D. According to a 3,500 year old Egyptian scroll, healers even then believed garlic could help a person fight cancer. Dioscorides who lived in the...

An unusual miracle compound from sharks

An unusual miracle compound from sharks

This was once kept a mystery on how sharks stay at the very top of the food chain for hundreds of millions of years. Dr.Zasloff of Geogetown University did some deep research studies on how amazing a sharks immune system can be…he found a key ingredient. This is an...

This unique herb treats digestion and constipation

This unique herb treats digestion and constipation

The name "sacred bark" dates back to the 17th century, when it was bestowed on this tree by Spanish and Mexican explorers. Apparently, they were intrigued by the American Indians use of the Bark for a wide variety of medicinal purposes. It's most important use,...

The candy like herb

The Licorice root has potential antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial effects. Some researchers has suggested that, as a result, it can ease upper respiratory infections, heal ulcers, and help promote digestion, as well as other health benefits. Licorice...

The amazing Juniper berry

The scent of Juniper was believed to ward off the plague in ancient Europe. Juniper berries have a long history of use as a diuretic. It's in the volatile oil where the active diuretic principles of Juniper berries reside. The American Indians believe in Juniper's...

Nature’s Aphrodisiac

The Yohimbe tree is native to Africa. It has become popular due to the reputation it is gaining as a strong aphrodisiac affecting both male and female impotency. A tesstosterone precursor, Yohimbe is an effective body builder. It is a hormone stimulant and is a strong...