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Ultimate Guide Aloe Vera Health Benefits, Side Effects, Uses and Recipes

Ultimate Guide Aloe Vera Health Benefits, Side Effects, Uses and Recipes

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Introduction Aloe vera is a stemless plant with small white teeth. Aloe vera has been cultivated for centuries around the world for its multiple benefits. It consists of two words aloe from the Arabic word  “Alloeh” which means bitter, which refers to a bitter liquid found in the leaves while in Latin vera means “faith or true”.  Aloe vera plant benefits were known in several cultures for centuries. Two basic substances of aloe plants are used in different commercial products. A clear aloe vera gel good for different topical skin diseases while the yellowish substance latex is used in different medicines to cure constipation. History History tells us that this plant is one of the oldest plants on record used for its health benefits and highlighted due to its medical properties...
Why I Add Watercress to my Diet

Why I Add Watercress to my Diet

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Watercress Ultimate Guide Watercress is a dark leafy green medical plant. It has been used as a crop and as medicine for more than 2000 years. It tastes like strong pepper. Fresh watercress is used in salads. This aquatic plant belongs to the Brassicaceae family. Watercress plants grow in ponds, lakes, and slow-moving water from Europe to Asia. It is good for health as well as good for the water ecosystem.  Different research proves that watercress has chemopreventive, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant qualities. It contains different nutrients and phytochemicals which make it healthy to have a strong immune system.  Chlorophyll and carotenoids are pigments that contain antioxidant significance. The healing features of carotenoids help to reduce cancer risk and enhance the immune...
Why You did not Try Swiss Chard Yet? Our Super Food of the month

Why You did not Try Swiss Chard Yet? Our Super Food of the month

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It is a leafy green plant. Swiss chard origin is not Switzerland, it was named by a Swiss botanist. Stem chard, leaf beet, Silverbeet, and seakale beet are some other names of chard plants.  Swiss chard leaves taste like spinach and stems which are colorful and crunchy, taste like celery. People might think that they are waste but they are good in taste. There are different varieties of swiss chard plants because of their color and taste. It includes yellow, green, and red chard (Rainbow chard is a mix chard). The famous varieties of Swiss chard are Swiss chard Bright Lights, Lucullus, Rhubarb, Bright Yellow, and Fordhook Giant.  It has been used in different recipes for centuries. It is a very beneficial and tasty leafy vegetable. You can make soups, salads, and sautéed chard...