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Moringa – The Miracle Tree

Jun 29, 2019
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Dear everyone, I’ve always preferred natural remedies to regulate and heal our body compared to western medicine. They are holistic, in harmony with our body and safe with little to no side effects. Hence, I usually choose Chinese Medicine and natural homemade remedies for myself and my students when we face health issues. I...

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神奇的辣木树

Jun 29, 2019
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辣木树是一种非常特别的树,是非洲和亚洲的原生植物。它也被称为鼓槌树或辣根树。在过去20年来人们发现了辣木树许多高含量的营养价值它也因此被誉为超级食物。

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