Aloe

Aloe [media id=12 width=500 height=400] Aloe (scientific name: Aloe) commonly known as Aloe, native to the Mediterranean, Africa, for the Asphodelaceae perennial herbs, According to research, more than 300 kinds of wild aloe species, mainly in Africa and other places. The plant popular popular favorite, mainly because of its ease of cultivation, both for the mosaic of ornamental plants. Only…

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Divaricate Saposhnikovia

Divaricate Saposhnikovia Organic Radix Saposhnikoviae (Rhizoma) Latin name:Radix Saposhnikoviae English name: Divaricate Saposhnikovia Root Chinese name: Fang Feng The source is from the root of Saposhnikoviae divaricata (Turcz.) Schischk, family Umbelliferae. Its producing areas are mainly in those of Northeast China, Hebei, Sichuan, and Yunnan, etc.. Divaricate Saposhnikovia Rootis the dried root of Saposhnikovia divaricata (Turcz.) Schischk. (Fam. Umbelliferae). Functions:…

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Bilberry

Bilberry [media id=4 width=500 height=400] Introduction This fact sheet provides basic information about bilberry—common names, uses, potential side effects, and resources for more information. Bilberry is a relative of the blueberry, and its fruit is commonly used to make pies and jams. It has been used for nearly 1,000 years in traditional European medicine. Bilberry grows in North America, Europe,…

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Medicinal Evodia Fruit

Medicinal Evodia Fruit Medicinal Evodia Fruit is the dried nearly ripe fruit of Evodia rutaecarpa (Juss.) Benth., Evodia Rutaecarpa (Juss.) Benth.Var.Officinalis (Dode) Huang or Evodia Rutaecarpa (Juss.) Benth. Var.Bodinieri (Dode) Huang (Fam. Rutaceae). Action: To dispel cold and alleviate pain, to relieve vomiting, and to check diarrhea. Indications: Headache accompanied by retching and cold limbs; abdominal colic; weakness and edema…

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Pomegranate rind

Pomegranate rind The pomegranate (Punica granatum) is steeped in magical history and folklore and has a diverse collection of medicinal, nutritional and cosmetic uses. Over the centuries it has been regarded as magical, mystical and healing. Its botanical name, Punica granatum, is derived from “pomuni granatum” (seeded apple), the name given to the fruit in the Middle Ages. In Middle…

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