Cape Gooseberry. Physalis peruviana L.
Common names Cape GooseberryGoldenberryHusk CherryPeruvian Ground CherryPoha Berry Herbs in the Physalis species belonging to the Solanaceae family are both annual as well as perennial and bear spherical fruits each of which is surrounded by a case resembling a bladder. When the fruit ripens, this bladder-like husk becomes papery or wispy. Although more that 70 species of herbs belong to the Solanaceae family, only a handful of them actually have any economic worth. This flowery and herbaceous (soft-wooded) plant is perennial and normally reaches a height of two to three feet. The calyx of the herb inflates after the deflowering giving rise to a husk that is straw colored and many times larger compared to the fruit it enfolds. The cape gooseberry was first adopted in the Cape of Good Hope on the Atlantic coast on the southern tip of South Africa and this gave the plant its name. Parts used Fruits. Uses Habitat and cultivation Side effects and cautions Related resources.
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Spices and other flavorings & discussion. The history of spices, condiments and other flavoring plants has been considered one of the most romantic chapters in the history of vegetable products (Hill 1952).
Since ancient times spices have been eagerly sought and highly valued. The craving for spices has been one of the driving forces in human progress and has changed the course of history and geography. The discovery of new lands and of shorter trade routs and the colonization of areas that grew spices have resulted partly from this interest in aromatic plants. A quest for spices created a furor comparable to the Crusades, and was one of the dominant factors in European history during the Middle Ages and into the 16th Century. Harry Rose’s albums. Dandelion Cures Cancer, Hepatitis, Liver, Kidneys, Stomach … Here’s How To Prepare - Healthy Life and Fitness. Even though considered a weed, dandelion root has a long history of therapeutic use.
In fact, this extremely beneficial plant has the ability to treat allergies, lower cholesterol levels, stimulate the production of bile, and detoxify the liver. It also has diuretic properties and it is especially beneficial for pregnant and menopausal women. Naturallivingideas. Yarrow is a familiar flowering plant from the daisy family.
Named Achillea millifolia––Achillea after the Greek warrior Achilles and millifolia for the finely divided leaves––it has a long history as a medicinal herb. It is commonly known as nosebleed plant for its ability to stop bleeding, but that is just one of its many uses. Although originating in Europe, the plant is naturalized in many temperate regions in North America and Asia. HerbMed. Adaptogenic herbs almost always fall into the category of herbal aphrodisiacs. Every ancient culture had at least some adaptogenic herbs present in their pharmacopoeia.
This is something that is missing and much needed in today's fast paced modern society. Adaptogens are anti-aging herbs that are beneficial to the whole body. They never have one specific action, but will actually balance various bodily functions. To put it simply is that adaptogenic herbs help a person adapt to the stresses of day to day life. Herbal adaptogens make up the most powerful elements of the traditional systems that they originate from. Biodiversidade, Sustentabilidade, Alimentação. MEDICINE HUNTER. Esta planta purifica o ar de sua casa e desintoxica os pulmões da nicotina (e também trata glaucoma!) Scindapsus aureus, sabe que planta é esta?
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