Treat Lung Diseases Using Home Remedy: Home Remedy Combination you can use to Treat Lung Diseases (Paperback)

Treat Lung Diseases Using Home Remedy: Home Remedy Combination you can use to Treat Lung Diseases By Adel Tundey Cover Image
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the legendary medicinal tree of India has grown with the human settlement all over the country and has been an integral part of the Indian way of life for centuries. The history of the Neem tree is inextricably linked to the history of the Indian civilization.Papaya, (Carica papaya), also called papaw or pawpaw, succulent fruit of a large plant of the family Caricaceae. Though its origin is rather obscure, the papaya may represent the fusion of two or more species of Carica native to Mexico and Central America. Today it is cultivated throughout the tropical world and into the warmest parts of the subtropics. The papaya fruit is slightly sweet, with an agreeable musky tang, which is more pronounced in some varieties and in some climates than in others. It is a popular breakfast fruit in many countries and is also used in salads, pies, sherbets, juices, and confections. The unripe fruit can be cooked like squash. Papaya belongs to a small family of only 4 general and 27-30 species, the Caricaceae (some estimate up to 71 species).Garlic - Garlic has been revered as an offering fit for the gods and despised as a substance suitable only to be fed to hogs. For over 5,000 years garlic has been used as food, medicine, an aphrodisiac, money, and magic potions.Ginger - Ginger (or more precisely ginger root) is a rhizome of a flowering plant with the same name - ginger. This root we use as a spice and as medicine since the ancient times.If you enjoy soft drinks or alcoholic drinks you have probably tasted lime. It is a term that refers to a number of different fruits, generally citruses. They are typically round, 3-6 cm in diameter, and green to yellow in color. They generally have a sour pulp and are frequently associated with the lemon (1).There are many varieties. The most common and commercially available are the smaller, yellower Key variety (also known as the Mexican Lime) and the larger, greener Persian. "Key lime" is an American classification, as the original fruit given the name in English was originally called Citrus aurantifolia. The actual term lime was derived from the Persian name limu when it was introduced to Europe during the Crusades.

Product Details
ISBN: 9798643635161
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: May 6th, 2020
Pages: 70
Language: English