Milk Thistle: Some of the Basics

History The documented medical use of Milk Thistle dates from the first century A.D., when Pliny the Elder advocated mixing its juice with honey to treat liver issues. Its presence in traditional medicine is near-ubiquitous across multiple continents. From China, where the seeds are called “Shui Fei Ji,” to sixteenth-century England, where it was recommended…

Can One Herb Really Do All That??

Stinging Nettles Can one herb really… Soften the skin Luxuriate and bring shine to hair Control allergies Cleanse the liver Aid in kidney function Help with arthritis and joint pain Provide essential vitamins and minerals Refresh, tone and rejuvenate the entire body Help you survive if lost in the wild The answer is yes! And…

Moringa- What’s Not To Like?

Moringa is one of the most power-packed, health-enhancing plants on the planet. It is native to parts of Africa and Asia and can be found on the foothills of the Himalayan mountains in northwestern India. One of Moringa’s nicknames is the “drumstick tree” due to the shape of the seed pods. So why is Moringa…