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Turmeric, Ancient Gold
Flavors of the Nations Series · 18. December 2020
Did you know that in Sanskrit languages turmeric is called "which gives delight to heart", "one that wins over diseases", "which cures fevers", "killer of worms", "which dissolves fat", "enhancer of body complexion", "which produces good smell" amongst many other names?

Flavors of the Nations Series · 11. December 2020
Did you know that the sorrel plant is also cultivated for the production of bast fiber from its stem? The fiber can be used in making cordage for burlap. In India, it is primarily cultivated for its bast fibers. But has also been used in folk medicine as a diuretic and mild laxative. The leaves are mixed with green chillies, salt and some garlic to prepare a chutney which is served with sorghum or millet made as a flat bread. This is eaten by farmers as breakfast to start their day. The leaves

Flavors of the Nations Series · 04. December 2020
Did you know that eating Papaya helps to restore your eyes from exposure to blue light rays and also protects against UV rays?. In this digital age we are living in, protecting our sight should be in our list of highest priorities. Who would have thought that the delicious Papaya would do that?!.

Flavors of the Nations Series · 27. November 2020
Did you know that the Romans used red beets as an aphrodisiac?. It's is even scientifically proven!. Beets have a high amount of boron, which increases the efficiency of sex hormones.

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