Herbal History

Ginger: History, Traditional Uses and Benefits

26 September, 2023

It was used historically not only for its valuable health benefits but also for its flavor. Ginger can be a great herb to add to your diet and life for its health benefits. 

Learn the History of Beets

26 September, 2023


Oregano Oil: History and Benefits

14 September, 2023

Oregano is loaded with antioxidants. The most common compounds are carvacrol, thymol, limonene, pinene, ocimene and caryophyllene and rosamarinic acid.

The History of Valerian Root

14 September, 2023

Valerian root seems to have a multi-faceted approach to relaxation and sleep.  It is also good for the heart, kidneys, bones and central nervous system.

The History of Black Cohosh

13 September, 2023

Black cohosh has two latin names: The original one was Cimicifuga racemosa.It was classed with about 17 plants whose smell was thought to repel bugs, mostly bed bugs. 

History of Black Elderberry for Medicinal Use

05 September, 2023

In the early 20th century, British herbalist Maud Grieves provided a comprehensive review of the historical uses of black elder as a traditional medicine

Unveiling Hawthorn: From May Blooms to Heart Health Benefits

24 August, 2023

Hawthorns are part of the rose family and thus have both beauty and thorns. There are many many species of Hawthorn and all of them have health benefits.

A History of Turmeric

18 August, 2023

This ancient spice turmeric, the golden colored strongly flavored spice, celebrated for centuries as both food and medicine, has resurfaced within the health and nutrition communities thanks to curcumin, the healing substance which supplies its vibrant color. 

History and Benefits of St John's Wort

16 August, 2023

History of Garlic

14 August, 2023

Garlic is the plant necessary in everyday life from the past until the present days. It contains active compounds that are responsible for its effect on almost every part of the human body. 


A Brief History About the Uses of Cranberries

29 July, 2023

In North America, Native Americans were the first to use cranberries as food.  It’s believed that cranberries were commonly eaten for their digestive support.

A History of Ashwagandha

29 July, 2023

Ayurveda is the traditional system of medicine practiced in India. It can be traced back to 6000 BC.