Myrrh's scientific name is Commiphora Myrrha and is native to Egypt. While the resin was frequently used in incense and perfumes in ancient Egypt, and the oil obtained from it was used for healing wounds in ancient Greece. It may be easy to understand gold being a precious gift, but in truth, frankincense and myrrh’s value … Continue reading The Magic of Myrrh
In the Middle East we eat this herb on a near daily basis. PARSLEY, is a common feature in our salads, various stuffings, breakfast condiments and egg dishes. Tabbouleh, the traditional salad of Lebanon, is 60% Parsley. (Recipe Here) ************************** This article was published by Ralph W. Moss, PhD, who has been writing about cancer -- … Continue reading This Common Herb – a Profound Cancer Fighter?
Golden Detox Spice Tea Along with its anti-inflammatory and anti-coagulant properties, Turmeric is a metabolism boosting spice. It is a great detox agent, helping the liver break down toxic chemicals. This delicious spice tea is a wonderful drink on its own. You can double the recipe and sip throughout the day. 2 cup Hot Water … Continue reading A Powerful Golden Detox Tea
Chamomile Contains the Anti-Cancer Flavonoid Apigenin It’s likely that naturally occurring flavonoids, such as apigenin, are responsible for some of chamomile’s anti-cancer effects. Apigenin, which is also found in celery, parsley, fruits, and other vegetables and herbs, slowed cancer growth and shrank cancerous tumors in animal studies. When mice that were implanted with cells of … Continue reading Gather Those Chamomile Flowers
This isn't the first post I've composed strongly recommending that we increase our use of spices in all cooking. Study after study is confirming the incredibly powerful healing and disease prevention qualities in spices. For some cancers, studies show that using Ceylon Cinnamon was more powerful than chemo drugs in their therapeutic effect. The beneficial … Continue reading The Healing Power of Spices – NIH Article
Salvis Officinalis, comes from the Latin salvare, meaning to 'save' or 'cure'. There is a proverb in an old Italian manuscript that states: 'Why should he die who has sage in his garden?' We have the English to thank for the idea of smothering sage in onions and adding it to breads and sausage for … Continue reading The Secrets of Sage
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