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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Aloe Vera Juice / Gel.RECIPES WITH IT

Aloe includes more than 250 species of flowering succulents and is native to Africa, Madagascar and Jordan. It is closely related to cactus, yucca and onion. For thousands of years and across many cultures, aloe has been used to heal a variety of...

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Bitter detoxicant, Cold vasodilator, depurative, alterative, astringent diuretic. Stimulates kidneys to eliminate uric acid. like dandelion rt but not a potassium diuretic

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In the Middle Ages, caraway seeds were served with a bit of sugar as a digestive after a big meal, much the way sugar coated fennel is eaten after a meal in India.

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Cinnamon.RECIPES WITH IT

Cinnamon is a small evergreen tree in the Lauraceae family native to Sri Lanka. Other members of this family include sassafras, avocado, camphor, and spicebush. Trees of the laurel family, including cinnamon, predominate in the world's laurel forests....

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Cloves.RECIPES WITH IT

Cloves are native to India and Indonesia. They are the aromatic dried flower bud of a tree in the same family as Eucalyptus and Guava (Myrtaceae family). Cloves resemble a nail in shape. The English name 'clove' derives from the latin 'clavus'...

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Cranberry.RECIPES WITH IT

Cranberries grow in acidic bogs. Early settlers in North American thought cranberry flowers looked like a crane, and named them 'craneberry'. They are a major commercial crop in North America.

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Cumin.RECIPES WITH IT

Appreciated since ancient times, cumin's aroma has wafted through kitchens since at least the second millennium BC, even flavoring breads and soups mentioned in the Bible. The highly valued spice was a currency to pay tithes to priests. The ancient...

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Dandelion Leaves.RECIPES WITH IT

When most people think of dandelion, they think of pulling this pesky weed out of their manicured lawn. It's the poster child for weeds. This is especially ironic because colonists brought the dandelion to the Americas as an important medicinal plant....

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Dill.RECIPES WITH IT

Dill seems to lighten the palate. As one client reports, "Dill embodies the taste of freshness with a little kick." It is called shatapushpa in Ayurveda. Dill is a member of the carrot family (apiaceae) along with parsley, celery, cumin,...

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Garlic.RECIPES WITH IT

Regarded as both a force for good and evil, folklore and superstition abound when it comes to this little but poignant member of the onion family. A garland of garlic kept evil spirits and vampires away in the west. In an eastern Islamic myth, garlic...

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Garlic (raw).RECIPES WITH IT

Raw garlic’s benefits are many. A spicy root, garlic is known for clearing, which flushes everything out of your body. One student writes, "At first taste it was like a bee stinging my tongue.... my whole body got very warm."Clears...

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Honey.RECIPES WITH IT

Honey - The Nectar of the Gods This pure and natural heavenly gift from nature was the first sweetener known to man. Honey's sweet goodness has been an icon of abundance for centuries. It's golden syrup seems to capture the very...

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Horseradish.RECIPES WITH IT

Horseradish is a sharp, acrid spice that kindles agni. It is even used in steakhouses to help digest a heavy meal. It is a strong vasodilator, bronchodilator, and diaphoretic (encourages sweating) that invigorates the whole body.

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Lemon.RECIPES WITH IT

The origin of lemons are a mystery. Do they come from southern india? burma? or china? Speculation abounds. Genetic study reveals lemons are a hybrid of a sour orange and a citron.

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Mustard Seed.RECIPES WITH IT

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Pumpkin Seeds.RECIPES WITH IT

Pumpkin seeds are warming, sweet, heavy, oily and blood building. In fact, if you puree them into a butter, the oil that separates out is blood red. Building your blood generally boosts your umph and your digestion. Also known as pepitas, pumpkin seeds...

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Rose Petals.RECIPES WITH IT

The neglect of rose petal as a medicinal in western herbalism is astounding! A few hundred years ago, rose petal use was ubiquitous, in rose water, syrup, honey, sugar, conserve, julep, vinegar, electuary, wine, oil and ointment. It is still a popular...

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Rosemary.RECIPES WITH IT

Rosmarinus, is from the latin "dew" (ros) and "sea" (marinus), and means "dew of the sea". Rosemary grows in arid Mediterranean conditions and, as its name implies, can survive on the humidity carried by the sea breeze.

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Salt (Mineral Salt).RECIPES WITH IT

Salt brings out the flavor in food and brings enthusiasm for life. While contraindicated for Kapha and high blood pressure, salt is also one of the most important medicines for Vata

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Sesame Oil.RECIPES WITH IT

Sesame oil is derived from nutty sweet sesame seeds. As the seed matures, it bursts out of its pod. Think back to the children's story about "open sesame," a secret password in the medieval Arabic adventure tale Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. As the...

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Tahini.RECIPES WITH IT

Smooth, hearty tahini is the creamy butter of blended sesame seeds. This savory and sensual spread invites a Middle Eastern richness to your...

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Tarragon.RECIPES WITH IT

The name tarragon is a corruption of the French esdragon, derived from the Latin dracunculus, which means a little dragon.

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Thyme (fresh).RECIPES WITH IT

Thyme tea has been used to stop gastric fermentation. It may be mixed with honey for sore throats. It's diaphoretic properties make it useful to sweat out a fever.

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Save this FoodSAVE FOODRecipes with Turmeric.RECIPES WITH IT

Turmeric is a warm, yellow, earthy, slightly bitter spice used in ritual, medicine, and cooking. Turmeric paste is applied to bride and groom before marriage in some places of India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. Although a deep yellow color, turmeric...

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