Anise has also been used for centuries in European herbalism to treat coughs and indigestion. An appetite stimulant and a digestive aid, anise also increases semen, cures disease caused by gas, and soothes fevers and burning sensations. Anise is an anodyne, it quenches thirst, cures eye diseases and wounds, and removes mucus from the intestines. Anise is also wormicide. It also helps the spleen, cures diseases caused by bile, and relieves vomiting
For a long time coconut oil has been wrongly advertised as an unhealthy food product because of its high unsaturated fat content in order to promote other cooking oils such as canola. The common complaints against coconut oil were elevated cholesterol levels, risk of heart and brain disorders etc.
Green tea has been shown to protect against the oxidation of cholesterol to a more toxic molecule (oxidized cholesterol).Consumption of green tea increases antioxidant activity in the blood. Oxidative damage to LDL can promote atherosclerosis
A vegetable (Cynara scolymus) that has purported medicinal value in treating high cholesterol, snakebite, and sundry intestinal disorders. Your party isn't party without a spinach artichoke dip. This delicious recipe made with Parmesan and spinach, will tun-up de party
Harmon, as it is called in Jamaica is known by other names, Indian almond, tropical almond, sea almond, West Indian almond, Malabar almond. The seeds are 5 cm or more long and 2.5 cm across, green turning red, yellow, or brown at maturity
For all roast chicken lovers out there, here are a very simple ways to treat yourself, easy country-style roast chicken, Jamaican-style.
flavonoids in passion flower as the primary constituents responsible for its relaxing and anti-anxiety effects.
The ripe aromatic fruit is eaten fresh and the best way is to cut the fruit in halves and scoop out the aril (pulp) with seeds intact with a spoon or eaten with ice-cream, yogurt and in fruit salads. The passion fruit seeds are edible and contained the 17 amino acids found naturally in plant protein.