Monthly Archives: June 2018

Sacred Tree of India: Amla {Phyllanthus emblica}

Also, Known As: Amla Indian Gooseberry Amla (botanical name Phyllanthus Emblica) is an elegant ornamental tree, which usually grows up to a height of 60 feet (18 meters). In some rare cases, the tree may even be 100 feet (30 meters) tall. The bark of amla tree is somewhat smooth and has a light greyish-brown hue. Similar to the bark

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Medicinal Value of Tibetan Rhodiola {Rhodiola sacra}

Also, Known As: Rhodiola Tibetan Rhodiola The Tibetan Rhodiola Sacra is a highly valued medicinal herb that grows in the slopes of the Himalayas, known to be the supreme mountain range on the earth. This herb belongs to the family Crassulaceae, a plant genus that is indigenous to the Arctic region, for instance, the eastern region of Siberia. Because Tibetan

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Medicinal Value of Tea Tree {Melaleuca alternifolia}

Also, Known As: Cajeput Tree Melaleuca Manuka Tea Tree The tea tree is not the common tea plant that produces both black and green tea. In fact, leaves of this tea tree are known as Melaleuca alternifolia and belong to the family Myrtaceae that has long been used by the aboriginals as an antiseptic. This tea tree was first discovered in

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Medicinal Value of Turmeric {Curcuma longa syn. C. domestica}

Also, Known As: Turmeric Belonging to the ginger family, turmeric grows round the year. The herb has a broad bulb that has big, rectangular and long leaves that are attached to the stem. Basically found and cultivated on a large scale in tropical countries like India, China, Jamaica, Indonesia. Haiti and Philippines, turmeric normally grows to a height of a yard. India

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