Category Plants and Health

Florida palm: benefits and virtues
Plants and Health

Florida palm: benefits and virtues

Native to the Southeastern United States, the Florida Palm or Serenoa repens is a slow-growing plant characterized by fan-shaped leaves. It grows on dunes, in pine forests and on earthen mounds of the southeastern coast of the United States. This species of palm grows (as its name suggests), in Florida where its fruits abound but also, in Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi.

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Plants and Health

Guava: benefits and virtues

Guava is a fruit whose many benefits and virtues are appreciated for health. Guava or Psidium Guajava is the fruit of the guava tree. This plant belongs to the Myrtaceae family and can reach 3 to 6 m. It supports both negative temperatures and extreme heat. In Brazil it is nicknamed Feijoa.
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Plants and Health

Coltsfoot: benefits and virtues

Herbaceous plant also called "no donkey" or "no horse" in reference to the hoof shape of its leaves, coltsfoot grows in very large colonies on steep slopes exposed to landslides or landslides, in land wet and uncultivated, where soil has been freshly turned.
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Plants and Health

Balsamite or mint-rooster: benefits and virtues

Balsamite (Tanacetum balsamita), also called rooster mint, is a perennial herbaceous plant with a rhizomatous strain that forms a dense and broad clump, native to Europe and Asia Minor, and gives off a scent very similar to that of mint . In herbal medicine, the leaves of this aromatic plant are used for their digestive, diuretic and healing properties.
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Plants and Health

Caraway: virtues and health benefits

A biennial herbaceous plant, caraway is a plant close to dill, anise and even fennel.If it is native to temperate and warm regions including Europe (Portugal, France), Asia (China, Caucasus, Turkey, Iraq, Afghanistan…) and North Africa, caraway is cultivated in all temperate zones, on wasteland, abandoned or not.
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Plants and Health

Florida palm: benefits and virtues

Native to the Southeastern United States, the Florida Palm or Serenoa repens is a slow-growing plant characterized by fan-shaped leaves. It grows on dunes, in pine forests and on earthen mounds of the southeastern coast of the United States. This species of palm grows (as its name suggests), in Florida where its fruits abound but also, in Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi.
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