Tags: plant medicine

The role of Ayurveda for a Healthy Life

In the past few years, Earth day has been largely celebrated across the world. With the increasing pollution level and decreasing green belt, it has become a necessity to preserve our Mother Earth. Ayurveda and nature go hand in hand. Ayurveda has been changing the lives of millions of people who are struggling with the […]

Is Glass Gem Corn Real? Can You Eat It?

There aren’t many vegetables with a Facebook page, let alone one with nearly 19,000 followers, but “Glass Gem” corn is one of a kind. Because of its translucent, rainbow-coloured kernels, it became an Internet sensation. Growers of Glass Gem claim that the crop has inspired thousands of people to participate in seed saving and reconnect […]

Camphor & Eucalyptus, the chemical cousins

Some plants are so close to one another that you keep thinking they might be related, though they are not similar. When you are in search of identifying plants that can cure human ailments, this becomes critical. Let us look at some of them. The camphor tree is native to China and is one of […]

When life gives you lemons…

When life gives you lemons, you can made a good jar of lemonade and thank your stars. Or check out these interesting things we can do with lemon! Lemon is the one of the extensively used natural product when it comes to using for #skincare. As natural as it gets, lemon can help your skin […]

Peony facts you didn’t know!

We know that Tree peony (Paeonia suffruticosa) is well known for its ornamental value but did you know about its edible oil, and medicinal properties? Other than giving beautiful flowers that are large, bright and grand, peonies are being studied for their medicinal uses. (We know that some variants of Tree peony produce flowers that […]

Exploring the medicinal solutions in plants

Medicinal Plants have been used from prehistoric times as a preliminary and effective cure for various kinds of illnesses and diseases when pharmaceuticals were not yet still developed. The concept of medicinal herbs originated with forest plants being potentially active with organic chemicals and enzymes that served as natural antidotes, pain killers, and other forms […]