Top Hydrogenated Water Health Benefits

19 June 2020 — Written by HerbHealer
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If you are wondering how Hydrogenated water is healthier than packaged and mineral water then this post will clarify things for you in details. Read about health benefits of drinking hydrogenated water

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Burdock Uses and Health Benefits

31 January 2020 — Written by HerbHealer
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Burdock has been used for many centuries in Holistic medicine in order to treat a variety of different conditions. It has been used most commonly as a diuretic and as a digestive aid traditionally. Now researchers are performing many experiments on burdock, and they have discovered numerous potential uses and health benefits.

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Best Herbs for Dementia

30 January 2020 — Written by HerbHeals
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At this contemporary era the most fatal mental flaw is hovering over 50 million in the world today. According to the latest report the developing nations are afflicted with this lethal disease as the fastest growth in the elderly population is taking place in China, India, and their South Asian and Western Pacific Neighbors. Prevalence of the Dementia diseased 31.3% in France, 33.7% in Australia ,45.8% in Italy, 55.7% in United Kingdom, 56.5 in Canada etc.

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Best Herbs for Energy

29 January 2020 — Written by HerbHealer
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Herbs are the natural alternative to energy supplements with no health side-effects at all. Today, we have busy schedule. We can’t manage to stop and take proper rest at work. Most of us have either work pressure or study pressure or peer pressure.

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Turmeric Uses & Health Benefits

27 January 2020 — Written by HerbHealer
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Turmeric is a yellow color spice. In market, turmeric is available in form of powder and turmeric supplements in form of capsules. This is extracted from Rhizome called Curcuma longa, belongs to family – Zingiberaceae. The roots are used for cooking. Plants are gathered each year for their rhizomes, some for propagation in the following season and some for consumption. These are perennial, rhizomatous and herbaceous plants. The rhizomes are used fresh or boiled in water and sun dried, after which they are ground into a deep orange-yellow powder commonly used in coloring and as a flavoring agent in many Asian cuisines, especially for curries, as well as for dyeing.

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