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Category: Traditional folk Medicine

13 Foods to Help Keep Your Kidneys Healthy


Your kidneys are like filters that get rid of all the things you don’t want in your body. These two bean-shaped organs filter your blood and remove toxins and excess fluids. Not only that, but they also keep your levels of potassium, sodium and more in check. At the same time, they produce hormones that…
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Benefits of Shilajit


Shilajit, also called mineral pitch, is the result of a long process of breaking down plant matter and minerals. It is a sticky, black, tar-like substance that comes from rocks in high mountain ranges. Shilajit was traditionally sourced in India and Tibet, though it is now found in many other countries. Shilajit has been used…
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Ginger Benefits


Overview Ginger, the “root” or the rhizome, of the plant Zingiber officinale, has been a popular spice and herbal medicine for thousands of years. It has a long history of use in Asian, Indian, and Arabic herbal traditions. In China, for example, ginger has been used to help digestion and treat stomach upset, diarrhea, and…
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Anise


Anise Anise seed, or Pimpinella anisum, is a powerhouse of a spice. You probably know it by its strong licorice flavor. It’s a key ingredient in liquors like orzo and absinthe, and in holiday cookies like Pfefferneusse and Springerle.   Anise’s use in cooking dates back to the ancient Egyptians, though it was the Romans…
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Fenugreek Benefits


Fenugreek seeds have been found to contain protein, vitamin C, niacin, potassium, and diosgenin (which is a compound that has properties similar to estrogen). Other active constituents in fenugreek are alkaloids, lysine and L-tryptophan, as well as steroidal saponins (diosgenin, yamogenin, tigogenin, and neotigogenin). What are the Benefits of Fenugreek? Due to its estrogen-like properties,…
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Cinnamon Benefits


What is Cinnamon: Cinnamon Health Benefits Cinnamon is a small tree that is commonly found in South Asia and the Middle East region. The cinnamon that we typically purchase in our supermarkets is actually the bark of this tree, either sold as sticks or ground into a powder. The two most popular types of cinnamon…
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