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Spinach / rheumatism
Spinach / rheumatism
Spinach / rheumatism
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Spinach / rheumatism
Spinach / rheumatism Spinach plant was used 300 years ago by the Chinese as a spice to give flavor to foods. Then a Greek physician, after experiments carried out, discovered that Spinach can be used to relieve the pain of rheumatism. Since then, the plant ...
Spinach / rheumatism
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Pomegranate
Pomegranate
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Pomegranate
Pomegranate  Pomegranate juice is the preferred drink for decades, the countries of the Eastern Mediterranean and has now begun to be even more sought in America. Some Israeli scientists have discovered that men who drank a glass of pomegranate juice a day,...
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Purslane
Purslane Although FDA, the Food Control Agency in the world, this plant is a weed, a type of drug, in many other countries including Mexico, China and Greece, this herbaceous plant is very well known and used. Purslane contains Omega-3, a compound which is ...
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Purslane
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Cinnamon
Cinnamon
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Cinnamon
Cinnamon  Cinnamon is one of spices and herbs oldest known in the world, which was known for the help given to men who had problems with the stomach unless mixed with sugar. Cinnamon helps control blood sugar levels, high levels of which pose risk for heart...
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Guava
Guava
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Guava
Guava  Guava is a tropical fruit, little known in our country, but that is starting to take place on the table of many European countries. It tastes sweet, but a little sour, for the low amount of body acids it contains. Guava contains high amounts of lycop...
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Cabbage
Cabbage
Cabbage
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