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Health Benefits of Organic Greater Celandine

Chelidonium majus, or greater celandine, has a long history of use in many European countries. Ancient Greeks, Pliny the Elder and Dioscorides all called celandine an effective detoxifying agent. The Romans used celandine as a blood cleanser. The French herbalist Maurice Mességué cited celandine tea for help with liver problems. Its use also extends to traditional Chinese medicine, and it’s

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Uses, Chemistry, and Pharmacology of Lemon Balm

Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis, Lamiaceae) Lemon balm (Melissa officinalis, Lamiaceae) is widely used in European traditional medicine and Iranian traditional medicine (ITM) for various diseases, as well as being consumed as a salad vegetable and food flavoring. The authors searched unpublished old texts and several databases of published literature to review the botanical characteristics, traditional uses, phytochemistry, pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, and

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Echinacea 101

If you taste echinacea’s powerful root, you’ll be surprised by the tingling sensation that soon follows. While many herbalists enjoy echinacea’s root, the entire plant can be used for its immune boosting properties.* The alkyamides in echinacea help stimulate the immune system, but this is only one set of constituents that work in harmony with many others in the plant.

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Natural Remedies for ADHD

ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. It is a neurodevelopmental disorder, typically first diagnosed when an affected individual is elementary school age. It is identified by behavior that makes it difficult for affected individuals to function effectively, or mature and develop as other children normally do. In general, people with ADHD behave in ways that show a pattern of:

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About Piñon Pine Essential Oil

Piñon pine essential oil possesses a fabulous richness that is unique among conifer oils. Distilled from piñon pine needles wild-harvested during fire mitigation projects in Colorado’s Sangre de Cristo mountains, this oil is distilled on-site at high-altitude, meaning less heat is required during distillation. The cooler distillation temperatures in turn endow this fresh, sumptuous pine elixir with exceptional aromatic and

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