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Garlic and the Benefits

Garlic (Allium Sativum) is included in the Afflum genus. Garlic grows in a clump and stand up to as high as 30 -75 cm, has a pseudo-stem formed from the stem-leaf midrib and produces the bulbs in layers. It has strands of ribbon-like leaves with flattened and elongated shape. Garlic root consists of tiny fibers […]

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Nigella Sativa, Remedy of All Diseases

Nigella Sativa is a herb plant which is known widely as traditional medicine. In Asia, it is sometimes called Habbatussauda, while in English, it has several name such as black cumin, fennel flower, nutmeg flower, Roman coriander, blackseed or black caraway. This plant is superb, even becomes the most popular medicinal plant in the world. […]

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Bitter Melon and Its Advantages

Bitter melon (Momordica charabtia) is a type of vines with long fruit, tapering at the edges and jagged surface. Bitter Melon grow well in the lowlands and can be found growing wild in wastelands or dry area. This plant is cultivated or planted in the garden with a propagated fence or trellis, and vines with […]

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The Green Healing, Oldenlandia

Common grass is usually used to decorate the garden or for livestock feed, but apparently there is a type of grass that can be used for health purpose as herbs or a medicinal plant. Its name is Oldenlandia. Oldenlandia is a weed plant belonging to the Rubiaceae family and is known by the name of […]

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An Introduction of Peanut Oil

Peanut plant (Arachis hypogea L.) is a class of leguminoceae family. Peanut comes from Latin America and is developed by Asia countries such as India, Philipine, Japan, and Indonesia. In Indonesia, based on research result of PEA research center in Bogor, has been known 4 (four) kinds of Peanut. They are Elephant, Bull, Tiger, and […]

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