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Sage leaves

Sage: Leaves of health

Sage has anti-depressant, anti-bacterial, anti-septic and astringent properties
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Tangy’ble kokum

Kokum lends a natural tangy taste to food, is a good preservative, and has a host of healing properties
Fenugreek seeds (methi) spilling from a jar

Choose good health with fenugreek seeds (methi)

A household item in India, fenugreek seeds are touted in Ayurveda for their therapeutic properties. But one must have them in moderation
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Why sesame is good

Discover the health benefits of sesame seeds
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Why eat parsley

Dense in nutrients, parsley has more vitamin C than most vegetables and fruits
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Ginkgo biloba: The superstar herb

Gingko biloba, though not well-known, is widely used around the globe for its numerous health benefits
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The colourful secret about phytonutrients

Learn the mystery behind the vibrant colours of fruits and vegetables and a healthy life
chamomile tea in a cup

The benefits of chamomile tea to soothe your frazzled nerves

Chamomile offers multiple health benefits, helping your sleep better and bringing a sense of calm are just two of them
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Cinnamon: The nice Spice

Cinnamon is good for your taste buds, but it's even better for your health. Here's why
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Wheatgrass: Grazing for health

Wheatgrass is nature's powerhouse of nutrition. Let's graze on it to reap its benefits