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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 …

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 …

23 Health Benefits Of Papaya Leaves

Papaya leaves are the leaves from the papaya tree (Carica papaya). Due to the leaves’ high level of papain, carpaine, and other enzymes and phytonutrients, it is commonly used for both culinary and therapeutic purposes. NB: The papaya fruit is also a well-known fruit and is also widely consumed globally. Papaya leaves can be prepared …

17 Health Benefits Of Using Hawthorn (Hawthorn Berries)

Hawthorn fruit or berry is red/pink in color and has a sweet-tart flavor. Hawthorn is native to the northern hemisphere especially the temperate regions of Europe, Asia, and North America. The most prevalent species of hawthorn has the botanical name Crataegus rhipidophylla. Below are various health benefits of hawthorn;

25 Benefits Of Alfalfa For Skin, Hair, And Health

Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) is a major forage crop and is often referred to as lurcene in Europe. It is a crop native to South-Central Asia. However, due to its nutritional benefits and high versatility, it has become a globally cultivated crop. Though alfalfa is used as feeds for livestock, it is also consumed by humans …