Author: Jeanne Viall
Date: December 20th 2006
Cape Argus (Cape Town): You know the story about black pepper staying in your system for eight years (or whatever version you’ve been told?) It’s a myth, and a particularly South African one, it turns out.
Dr Keith Scott, who has researched the medicinal properties of spices, says he’s only […]
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Publication: Post Tribune
Author: DIANE MAJESKE
Date: December 12 2006
USA: They may take different path to wellness. But the goal of Dr. Makrand Pargaonker and Dr. Rani Pargaonker is the same. They want you to be healthy. The Merrillville doctors are husband and wife. They have separate offices, separate practices.
But they have a unique, symbiotic relationship that […]
Date: Nov 23, 2006
When talked about herbal teas, there is a major misconception about the meaning of herbal teas. It can be specifically defined as teas not having the tea leaves either green or black as its ingredient.
Herbal teas or tisanes are beverages made by steeping dried or fresh plant parts (herbs) in […]