Holy Herbs – History of herbs

Holy Herbs – History of herbs

Holy Herbs has looked at the Bible as a piece of cultural history. Herbs, herbal products, trade and uses have been traced to the Indus Valley Civilization, Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Greece, Pharonic Egypt, Ancient China, Ancient Rome, European colonial periods to...
Spikenard In Medicine

Spikenard In Medicine

Feature photo: Spikenard– www.drewmonkman.com Efforts to artificially propagate the species have shown mixed results, because it is not economically attractive for collectors to switch from wild to commercial cultivation. Some estimates indicate that the...
Palmarosa Grass

Palmarosa Grass

Cymbopogon martinii looks similar to lemongrass. It is a tall grass (1.8 to 2.4 meters) found in wild areas of southern Asian, the Middle East, Africa, Australia, and Latin America. It is widely cultivated for its essential oil. The oil was imported from India to...
Medicinal Uses Of Acorus Calamus

Medicinal Uses Of Acorus Calamus

Acorus calamus has been popular among healing traditions around the globe, including Ayurveda, Unani, and Native American medicine. The rhizome and sometimes the leaves were used in medicines. For example, travelers routinely carried calamus-based healing oils to...

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