Spices, what would we do without them? Whether for cooking, coloring, flavoring, religion rituals or medicine, the truth is that we depend on them, and cannot imagine our everyday lives without them. Continue
The “King of Herbs” is a famous plant used in the traditional medicinal system of India.
In Hinduism, basil is believed to be the incarnation of Lakshimi, the wife of Vishnu, and it is called Continue
It is documented that kathalai, the term used in Ayurvedic medicine, was used in 16th century BC. It appeared in Natural History written by Roman naturalist, and natural philosopher, Pliny the Elder, and in De Materia Medica by Greek botanist, pharmacologist and physician, Pedanius Dioscordies. Continue
Have you ever noticed how animals eat clay? Have you ever wondered why that is? The truth is that animals know and recognize the healing powers of nature, so in times of illness or poisoning, they eat plants, clay or dirt that can help them reduce or completely remove the pain. This does not come as a surprise because clay is actually a combination of one or more minerals. Continue