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Latin name: Emblica officinalis Other names: Amla, Indian goosebery, Aamalaki, Nellaka, Anwla, Ambla, Nelli, kayi T his century have been marked by unparalleled discoveries in the medical field. Efforts to cure AIDS, cancer and other deadly diseases have mobilized science seeking to find a permanent cure. Even though not always successful finding it, scientific work have produced a legacy [...]

Overview C hili peppers: Latin name Capsicum annuum, common names are chilli pepper, bell pepper, paprika, cayenne, jalapenos, chitlepin, Christmas pepper. It is a plant native of Central and South America. They belongs to the nightshade family, Solanaceae. Capsaicin (methyl vanillyl nonenamide) is the active component in capsicum which I'll talk more later. Capsicum has been cultivated for thousands of [...]

Burdock root for diabetes

Plant description B urdock is a hardy biennial plant that thrives along roadsides, vacant lots, and river banks. It is related to the artichoke family and It grows throughout North america but not in the south regions. Burdock might be native to Northern Europe and Siberia. Plants can grow up to 28" or 71 cm. Leafs [...]

Common Names: black seeds, fennel flower, nutmeg flower, black caraway, Roman coriander Latin Name: Nigella sativa B lack seeds is a small plant that grows up to 20 - 90 cm tall, its leafs are fine and long resembling branches of a miniature tree. The flowers and pods are markedly beautiful and posses exquisite characteristics. Its flowers can be white, [...]

Bilberry for diabetes

Common Names: bilberry, European blueberry, whortleberry, huckleberry Latin Name: Vaccinium myrtillus   Bilberry looks similar to blueberries but just a little darker; these two berries are related. Its medicinal properties have been known for over a thousand years in Europe's traditional medicine. It has been used to treat a variety of conditions including diabetes, menstrual cramps, eye problems, diarrhea, varicose veins, venous [...]

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