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23 Health Benefits Of Honey And Lemon

A mixture of lemon and honey combines the nutritional and therapeutic benefits of these two substances, thus, making it an effective tonic. Lemon-honey drink is pretty simple to make; you simply need to add a teaspoon of honey and the juice of half a lemon in a cup of warm water. Stir and drink thereafter. …

38 Health Benefits Of Bilberry

Bilberry (Vaccinium Myrtillus) is a small blueberry that is a close relative to cranberry, huckleberry, whortleberry, and blaeberry. Bilberries are native to Northern Europe but are now also widely cultivated in North Asia and North America. Bilberry Nutrition Just like its close relatives, bilberry is rich in anthocyanin which is a potent antioxidant that gives …

15 Benefits Of Lemon Verbena

Lemon verbena (Aloysia citrodora) is also known as lemon beebrush. Lemon verbena is a perennial shrub with a lemon-like scent. This scent is even more pronounced when the flowers or leaves are bruised or touched. Lemon verbena is relatively popular as a culinary additive. It also has medicinal and therapeutic benefits and could also be …

18 Health Benefits Of Prune Juice

Prune juice comes from prunes (dried plums). As plums dry, the concentration of nutrients, especially an active constituent called sorbitol, heighten. Prune juice is, ideally, diluted in water to give a tart but nourishing taste. It is well-known to relieve constipation. It also has numerous other health benefits due to its rich antioxidant contents as …

18 Benefits Of Eating Ezekiel Bread

Ezekiel bread has more minerals, fiber, and protein than a loaf of traditional bread. Ezekiel bread is made from four grain types (wheat, millet, barley, and spelt) as well as 2 legumes (soybeans and lentils), that are allowed to sprout before they are processed for breadmaking. Ezekiel bread and other types of “sprouted bread”  contain …

23 Benefits Of Licorice Root

Licorice or “liquorice” belongs to the Glycyrrhiza plant species. Licorice is well-known for its rich flavor as well as its therapeutic benefits. In fact, its name comes from the Greek word ‘glukurrhiza’  meaning ‘sweet root’. This is due to its glycyrrhizin constituent that is much sweeter than sugar. Licorice is a good source of vitamins …