Angelica Herbs (Angelica archangelica L. ) Angelica was used in Europe for hundreds of years as a cure for everything from the bubonic plague to indigestion. It is thought that adding it to a ritual bath will break spells and hexes and has often been used to ward off evil spirits in the home. Because it resembles celery in odor and appearance, angelica sometimes is known as wild celery. Angelica is also known as Dong-Quai, Dong-Quei, Archangelica Officinalis, Dang-Qui, Dong-Quai, Tang-Huei, and Garden Angelica. Alternative medicine practitioners say Angelica is a good herbal tea to take for colic, gas, indigestion, hepatitis, and heartburn. It is useful to add in remedies for afflictions of the respiratory system, as well as liver problems and digestive difficulties. More
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Samsung Smart Bike is the world’s first smart bike that was introduced at a Trade Fair in Milan, Italy. Reporting from phonearena, bike designer, Giovanni Pelizzoli, known to cooperate with South Korean giants Samsung, to develop a bike that some time ago on display at a major event in Milan.
According to details the concept of smart bike, riders will put their smartphones diatara both bikes handle. Smartphones will serve as the back glass that has been synchronized with the camera placed at the back of the bike. In addition the phone can also be used for other features, such as creating a special bike lanes utilizing four lasers. More
Secang wood or sepang (Caesalpinia sappan L.) is more widely known by the public as a plant that can be used as a source of natural dyes. The stem or wood timber plants can produce a natural red color. Therefore, many wooden cup used by people as a food coloring and drink. than as a natural dye herbs, secang wood also has properties of herbs to maintain health.
According to wikipedia , Secang or Sepang (Caesalpinia sappan L.) is a member of the tribe of tree legumes (Fabaceae) are used pepagan (bark) and timber as a commodity trading spices.
This plant comes from maritime Southeast Asia (Archipelago) and easily found in Indonesia. The bark is used as a medicine, dyes, and refreshments. Until the 17th century bark becomes part of the spice trade from Siam and the archipelago to various places in the world. He is known by various names, such as seupeueng (Aceh), sepang (Gayo), sopang (Toba), lacang (Minangkabau), secang (Sunda), secang (Jawa), secang (Madura), sepang (Sasak), supa (Bima), sepel (Timor), hape (Sawu), hong (Alor), sepe (Roti), sema (Manado), dolo (Bare), sapang (Makasar), sepang (Bugis), sepen (Halmahera selatan), savala (Halmahera Utara), sungiang (Ternate), roro (Tidore), sappanwood (Inggris), and suou (Jepang). More
There are herbal around us that can be used as a Natural Laxatives Herbs, and one of them is tamarind. But first lets me ask you. Have you feel your stomach become coiled? difficulty in having bowel movements? However preventing always better then medicating isn’t it? Dry season, be comfortable conditions for the bacteria that cause diarrhea just as Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus to grow and thrive, especially in places that lack of cleanliness is maintained. In addition, the concentration in groundwater is also increasing.
Natural laxatives generally include hight fibre food or water content, such as whole grains and fruits. Fibre (roughage) is the part of plant food that is not digested. It stays in your gut and is passed in the poo (feces, stools or motions). Fibre adds bulk and some softness to the stools.Another category of natural laxatives contains foods such as yogurt that promote the growth of healthy bacteria in the intestinal tract. Other options are agents such as aloe vera that cause contractions of the intestinal walls, or peristalsis.