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Herbal Properties

Alfalfa has been used for centuries as a human food. Its name is Arabic for "father of all foods." It provides beta-carotene and vitamins C, E, and K. The nutrient K helps blood to. Vitamin K likewise helps bones to knit by working with vitamin D and glutamic acid to activate osteocalcin. Your body can't use calcium without vitamin K. If you're taking anti-rejection drugs for kidney transplant, don't use any form of alfalfa. When taking Coumadin, treat alfalfa as you would any other green, leafy vegetable. Because of the vitamin K it can interfere with anti-coagulant drugs. In Vibrational Medicine it is seen as a nourishing mother plant.

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Black Pepper (Piper nigrum), the fruit of Piper nigrum, an evergreen climbing vine is used dried, its whole berries, ground. Traditionally we add to food. Ayurvedic medicines use tiny amounts of black pepper to make the other herbs in the formula more available to the body. Recent scientific investigations indicate that the piperine in black pepper may act as: Antidepressant, Antioxidant, protecting cholesterol from changes that lead to calcification and formation of atherosclerotic plaques, Antiproliferative, preventing spread of cancer cells and a pain relief agent even stronger than capsaicin. Also, ground black pepper (although not peppercorns) can keep food fresh. It was reported in the Quarterly Review of Biology, 1998, to have killed about 25% of the bacteria that could spoil food. When combined with garlic, allspice, onion, or oregano, black pepper could kill almost all of the bacteria that could cause food to spoil.
*Do not consume more than 1 teaspoon in a twentyfour period.
Blueberry - studies suggest that blueberries can improve memory in older adults and other research links them with protetion against heart disease and cancer as well as with improved blood sugar control.
 

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