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Ginger, Lemon & Honey: Benefits, Uses and History

Ginger, Lemon & Honey: Benefits, Uses and History

Ginger, lemon, and honey tea has commonly been used to handle colds and sinus infections. All of these ingredients contain powerful anti-inflammatory properties. Lemon juice provides powerful digestive enzymes while ginger stimulates digestion. Honey has a natural scraping effect on the intestines (clearing away toxic build-up). 

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Citra Hops: Benefits, Uses & History

Citra Hops: Benefits, Uses & History

Hops are the dried, flowering part of the hop plant. While hops are most commonly used in flavoring beer, they’re also used in a variety of other ways. Hops have been grown in America since early colonial times. Beer is commonly made with malted barley, yeast, and water. But beer made just with these three ingredients is often lacking in flavor and has a dull taste. Many brewers add in an additional plant to enhance the flavor and give it depth. Heather flowers, spruce tips, and bog myrtle have all been used to experiment with different flavor profiles, but by...

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Ceylon Cinnamon: Benefits, Uses and History

Ceylon Cinnamon: Benefits, Uses and History

Ceylon cinnamon contains powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial compounds. It also may . . . 

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