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Health Benefits of Pomegranate

Pomegranates grow wild upon both shores of the Mediterranean and are cultivated in all countries where the climate is sufficiently warm to allow the...

Benefits of Black Horehound

Black horehound is a native of Europe, but is now naturalized in America. It has an unpleasant taste and the odor is disagreeable. All that...

Benefits of White Poplar

The white poplar is a common tree in the U.S. It is also called quaking aspen. The buds, gathered in winter, are very strongly medicinal....

Benefits of Queen’s Delight

Queen's delight is a native of the U.S. and grows in the pine barrens from Virginia to Florida. When wounded, it emits a milky...

Benefits of Red Raspberry

This plant needs no introduction as it is quite common. It is extensively cultivated as well as growing wild in many places. It belongs...

Hops Health Benefits

This is the common or European hops, now widely naturalized and growing wild in many places in the U.S. Most of the hops consumed...

Benefits of Rhubarb

It is claimed that all the species of rhubarb originated from one particular species but the question yet remains unsettled from what precise plant...

Health Benefits of Sage

The botanical name of sage, which is Salvia Officinalis, is derived from salvare—mesining "to save"—referring to its great curative and healing power. It was highly...

Benefits of Garden Hollyhock

This plant grows in gardens all over the U.S. Its name is derived from altheao—meaning "to cure."(Garden Hollyhock) The WHOLE PLANT is used. The medicinal...

Benefits of Sassafras

Sassafras is common throughout the U.S. Almost all parts are aromatic. The ROOT BARK and the BARK of the TREE is mostly used. The woody...