Benefits of Green Coffee Beans

Benefits of Green Coffee Beans

Benefits of Green Coffee Beans Green coffee beans are simply unroasted coffee beans, meaning they are completely raw. They contain a compound called chlorogenic acids (CGA) which are easily digestible in humans. These acids are mostly destroyed during the coffee...
Thyme for Health!

Thyme for Health!

Thyme for Health! A common kitchen herb, thyme (Thymus vulgaris) has been used for centuries for culinary and medicinal reasons. Nowadays, it is also used in the commercial industry for perfumes, food flavorings, mouthwashes, pharmaceutical products, etc. A perennial,...
Berberines to the Rescue

Berberines to the Rescue

Berberines to the Rescue Berberine is a natural alkaloid present in plants from the Berberis genus which includes approximately 450-500 species. Its earliest recorded use was in Assyria in 650 BC as a blood-purifying agent. Asian cultures have used plants from the...
Process your Sweets with Fenugreek

Process your Sweets with Fenugreek

Process your Sweets with Fenugreek Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) originated in the Mediterranean, Southern Europe, and Western Asia regions of the world. Its Latin name trigonella is due to the triangular-shaped flowers. Fenugreek is a semi-arid plant that is...
Gotu Kola – The Miracle Elixir

Gotu Kola – The Miracle Elixir

The Miracle Elixir, Gotu Kola Gotu kola (Centella asiatica) has thousands of years of history behind it. It has been used in traditional Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine for thousands of years and was considered one of the “miracle elixirs of life”. Gotu...
Raspberry Leaf: Not Just for Women

Raspberry Leaf: Not Just for Women

Raspberry Leaf: Not Just for Women Raspberry Leaf (Rubus idaeus folium) has been used for centuries as an herbal tonic for women. This shrub commonly grows in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. It is a uterine tonic and is helpful with abnormal and/or painful...

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