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Abundant Health Benefits of the Herbal Goldenrod Plant

If you grew up in the United States, you may have been told to avoid vivid yellow blooms of goldenrod because they caused hay fever. In fact, this autumn flower does not cause allergic reaction in humans at all; ragweed, which often grows at the same time, is usually the culprit for hay fever allergies. […]

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Horsetail is probably the most abundant source of silicon among plants. One practical use of the herb is for polishing pewter, which contains tin and lead. In the field of herbology, horsetail acts as a mild diuretic and astringent for the genito-urinary tract. The astringency makes it invaluable in cases of incontinence and bed-wetting. It […]

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Parsley leaves are used as garnish and condiment and are included in many recipes. It is rich in vitamins A and C, as well as many other nutrients.  Parsley is used as a diuretic, helping the body to release excess water. Increased urine production can also wash out toxins; and this aids in the treatment […]

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Uva Ursi

Uva ursi has been used by the Native Americans since the second century as a remedy for urinary tract infections. It contains hydroquinone, a chemical that has antibacterial properties. It also contains tannins, which have astringent properties that aid in the reduction of inflammation and toning of the bladder. It is also effective against bacteria […]

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