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Dates have high levels of soluble fiber, essential in promoting healthy bowel movements relieving constipation. Help to inhibit growth of pathological organisms in the intestines. Its organic sulfur helps in the reduction of allergic reactions & seasonal allergies. Its potassium helps promote a healthy & responsive nervous system & improves speed & alertness of brain activity. Commonly used as a remedy for alcoholic intoxication providing a sobering effect. Great for muscle development…

Dates have high levels of soluble fiber, essential in promoting healthy bowel movements relieving constipation. Help to inhibit growth of pathological organisms in the intestines. Its organic sulfur helps in the reduction of allergic reactions & seasonal

Thyme contains an essential oil that is rich with powerful antiseptic, antibacterial, & strong antioxidant properties. It is used in mouthwashes to treat inflammation of the mouth & throat infections. Thyme possesses expectorant & antispasmodic properties, making it useful in the treatment of bronchitis, whooping cough & inflammation of the upper respiratory tract. #dherbs #healthtips

as much as my kiddos have respiratory infections this would be good. making it useful in the treatment of bronchitis, whooping cough & inflammation of the upper respiratory tract.

Nigella sativa (black seed) seed oil kills up to 89% of lung cancer cells. It is a powerful herb used for 1,000's of years in traditional Chinese, Ayurvedic, Unani & Arabic medicine. Its potent anti-inflammatory & antioxidant properties. Black seed taken daily can decrease insulin resistance helping type 2 diabetes. Thymoquinone, found in the seed, is superior for asthma issues & can protect brain tissue from radiation-induced nitrosative stress. by vickip1

Nigella sativa (black seed) seed oil kills up to of lung cancer cells. It is a powerful herb used for of years in traditional Chinese, Ayurvedic, Unani & Arabic medicine. Its potent anti-inflammatory & antioxidant properties. Black seed taken d

What could be greener — color wise, and also environmentally speaking — than growing herbs right in your own kitchen? Growing herbs indoors isn't without its challenges, but if your kitchen has sufficient light, you can save money on grocery bills, make your kitchen smell amazing, and reduce the distance from farm to table to, oh, about fifteen feet. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

A DIY plant hanger is an excellent way to bring a fresh herbs into your home. Check out this family friend plant hanger that can be added to any room for fresh herbs and beautiful blooms all year long (Cool Kitchen)