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Pure Herbs

Image of Garcinia cambogiaPure Herbs is a range of individual herb extracts. The actions of these extracts benefit the body, irrespective of the individual's body constitution, state of health and metabolic functions. Everyone can benefit from the goodness of these herbs, body type, irrespective of age, sex or other health related factors. Some common Pure herbs are Amalaki, Arjuna, Ashwagandha, Bacopa, Bitter Melon, Castor, Garcinia, Garlic, Guduchi, Guggul, Gymnema, Holy Basil, Mucuna, Neem, Shatavari, Triphala, Turmeric.

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Rose Water for Skin Care
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Rose is used in cosmetics for its lovely scent and also for its light astringent properties. Rose Water is great for all types of skin. As the gentlest of all astringents, rose water is often used as toner for fair and dry skin. Pure rose water is the distilled water of roses. It is usually made by stream distillation, and it smells heavenly and tastes delicious.

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Scientific classification and medicinal properties of pawpaw

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Pawpaws are shrubs or small trees, reaching heights of 2–12 m tall. The northern, cold-tolerant common pawpaw (Asimina triloba) is deciduous, while the southern species are often evergreen. Eaten in-hand as fresh fruit or processed into desserts. Twigs are source of annonaceous acetogenins which are being used in the development of anti-cancer drugs and botanical pesticides.

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Benefits of Elderberry

Image of Benefits of ElderberryEelderberry is used by herbalists for treating diseases. Nearly every part of the elderberry tree, including leaves, flowers, berries and bark, is used for making medicines. Elderberry juice or tea could help to cure certain illnesses such as cold and flu.

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Acne Treatments for Men & Women

Image of Acne in Men & WomenAcne is a chronic skin disorder caused by the over formation of oil as of the sebaceous glands where the hair follicles turn into plugged. Most people affected by acne are aged between 12 and 25. However, men and women in their 30s and 40s can also suffer. This is mostly shown out on the face, the neck along with cheeks. There are many treatments available to help you tackle the problem. The right treatment can cure acne almost completely. Home remedies can also cure acne.

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Garcinia Cambogia

Image of Garcinia cambogiaHydroxycitric acid (HCA), a major component of Garcinia cambogia and antioxidants, seemed to reduce appetite by raising the amount of serotonin and storage of carbohydrates and fats to maintain normal body weight. Garcinia Cambogia lowers the production of triglycerides and cholesterol and may also increase thermogenesis, the burning of calories.

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A medicinal and ornamental plant is Agastache rugosa

Image of Agastache rugosaSome of the medical uses for the agastache rugosa plant include using it as a treatment for people suffering from anxiety, nausea, bacterial infections, or gas. It has antifungal, antibacterial, carminative, and antipyretic properties. The plant has also been used a fungicide to prevent fungus from growing on potato crops.

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Uses of Celery Seeds

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Celery seed is a popular herbal medicine used in Ayurveda. Modern studies have confirmed the health benefits of consuming celery seeds. Celery seeds are a good source of calcium, magnesium, iron and manganese. The seeds contain moderate amounts of vitamin B6, zinc, copper, phosphorous and dietary fiber.

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Chyavanprash - Rejuvenative

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Chyavanprash is a famous herbal jam made from amalaki fruit, one of the highest sources of vitamin C, but the formula contains many other herbs as well including Bamboo manna, Pippali, Haritaki, Guduchi, Punarnava, Musta and Bilva. It is fortified with over 20 herbs to rejuvenate and strengthen the immune system.

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Dry Skin Care Tips

Image of Dry SkinWhen Winter comes, dry skin comes along with it. This dry air can then lead to general discomfort associated with cracked, peeling skin and chapped lips. In order to counter the problem of dry skin associated with winter weather, follow these simple, self-care measures to prevent or reduce the consequences of dry air.

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