Artichoke

Healing history of Artichoke Over 125 years ago famed Greek naturopathic wrote about a Plant native to the Mediterranean  he said that the plant tasted pleasant boiled and called it’s name scolymus such is now known as artichoke. The ancient Greeks, Egyptians and romans farms cultivated artichokes as well. It was commonly used as both a food and medicine. It was commonly used to treat liver and digestion problems. During the 17th century, English herbalist Nicholas Culpeper said that artichoke was an “excellent herb” and suggested it for a remedy…

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Dill

  Dill The Herb Dills was found in 3,000 year old Egyptian tombs. The Egyptians used it as a fragrant and digestive and a remedy for intestinal gas. Ancient Greek and roman physicians prescribed dill frequently for many aliments. The romans used dill to promote digestion and to clam their stomach.   Ancient Chinese physicians have used dills for more than 1,000 years. They would use dill as a digestive aid for children because it was milder than other herbs.   When the pilgrims came to the American they brought…

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