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Learn How To Make This Pumpkin Skin Dessert

The pumpkin fruit contain the starch and vitamin A, and the calorie content is extremely high, It is easy to digest and has effect of the alleviation to diabetes patient may work as the staple [...]

Healing Properties Of “Prayer Beads” Commonly Known As “Saga-saga” In The Philippines

Saga is a slender, twining, branched, annual vine that reaches a length of 9 meters or less. It is sparingly hairy or nearly smooth. Properties – Roots are sweet-tasting, neutral in effect, and antipyretic. – [...]

Tips On How To Regrow Avocado Seeds Again In Your Home

People like avocado so much because it tastes absolutely delicious to them. A nice piece of toast covered in ripe avocado and ripe tomato slices, drizzled with extra virgin olive oil, sprinkled with salt and [...]

“Stink Beans” Commonly Known As “U’pang”In The Philippines And Its Multiple Uses

Stink bean, also known as parkia speciosa, sataw (สะตอ), petai, peteh, bitter bean, smelly bean or twisted cluster bean is widely consumed in southern southeast Asia. The beans grow hanging from a tree, wrapped in [...]

Uses And Benefits Of “Pea Eggplant” Commonly Known As “Tandang-aso” In The Philippines That Everybody Should Know

Tandang-aso is coarse, erect, branched, half-woody herb. Branches are covered with short, scattered spines, and in most parts with stellate-shaped hairs. Leaves are alternate, ovate to oblong-ovate with sinuate-lobed margins, acuminate with inequality base. Inflorescences [...]

Medicinal Uses, Benefits, Dosage And Properties Of “Abrus Precatorius (Rosary Pea)” Commonly Known As “Saga” In The Philippines

Saga is a slender, twining, branched, annual vine. It is sparingly hairy or nearly smooth. Leaves are alternate, and compounded into pinnate arrangement of about 20 to 40 leaflets to each leaf; each leaflet oblong, [...]

Good Reasons Why You Should Plant More “Jewelweed (Kamantigue)” In Your Yard

The Philippine medicinal herb kamantigue, also known as garden balsam, is native to South Asia and Southeast Asia belonging to the family Balsaminaceae (Touch-me-not family). With little doubt, Philippine national hero Dr. Jose P. Rizal [...]

The Magical Health Benefits And Uses of Cumin Seeds

Cumin seeds resemble caraway seeds, being oblong in shape, longitudinally ridged, and yellow-brown in color. This is not surprising as both cumin and caraway, as well as parsley and dill, belong to the same plant [...]

Health Benefits Of Tomato Seeds

This juicy, succulent fruit belongs to the nightshade family and is native to southern central America. We often use this fruit as vegetable and hence there is always a confusion in stating its identity. It [...]

Surprising Uses And Benefits Of Lead Tree Popularly Known As “Ipil-Ipil” In The Philippines

Leucaena leucocephala or lead tree is a small fast-growing mimosoid tree native to southern Mexico and northern Central America (Belize and Guatemala), but is now naturalized throughout the tropics. Common names include white jumbay, river [...]