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Queen Anne’s Lace (Wild Carrot)

Wild Carrot is a flowering plant native to Europe and southwest Asia. It is naturalized throughout much of the United States and Canada and can be found growing wild in fields and along roadsides. 688 more words


Alfalfa (Medicado Sativa) (Zǐhuā mùxu 紫花苜蓿)

Bitter flavor and warm thermal nature. Acts on Liver, Spleen and Intestines meridians.

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Alfalfa contains eight enzymes which help assimilate protein, fats and carbohydrates.. 195 more words

Chinese Herbology

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I’ve never been a big fan of beans, but coffee and cocoa beans are an exception. Yes, I know they’re actually “seeds”, but c’mon, this blog is for nutrition, not botany, so no need to get overly technical. 563 more words


Rosa from the family Rosaceae

Once the flower has bloomed, and all the petals have fallen off, the hip is picked and used in a wide variety of preparations. 83 more words

Lemons, Oranges and other Citrus Fruits

Citrus species from the family Rutaceae

The juice is valuable as a cooling drink in fevers, and for allaying thirst.

The juice may be used in diaphoretic and diuretic draughts. 64 more words


Ribes nigrum from the family Grossulariaceae

The juice can be boiled to an extract with sugar and is used for inflammatory sore throats. Excellent lozenges are also prepared from it. 103 more words