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  1. photo <b>Borage</b> oil has incredible anti-inflammatory properties and is great for your skinBorage oil has incredible anti-inflammatory properties and is great for your skinNews
    The borage plant is from the Boraginaceae family, and it mainly grows in the Mediterranean region, although it's also cultivated in Europe and the United States. Apparently, the Romans would drinkRead more
  2. photo Natural Skin CareNatural Skin CareTreatment
    skin. Here are a few studies that highlight several excellent oils that support the appearance and feel of your skin: Flaxseed and Borage Oil A study published in the March 2009 issue of the BritishRead more
  3. photo Neroli Complexion Serum RecipeNeroli Complexion Serum RecipeRecipe
    and is absorbed quite readily into the skin, and borage seed oil, which is high in gamma linoleic acid, a fatty acid found in collagen. These oils alone will feed the skin better than any synthetic compoundsRead more
  4. Ervas Daninhas na Cozinha (Em espanhol)Recipe
    EM ESPANHOL Lista de Plantas que ocorrem no Brasil: Amaranthus ssp / Amaranto Arctium minus / Bardana Beberis darwinii / Michay Bidens pilosa / Amor seco (Picão) Borago officinalis / Borraja  (BorragemRead more
  5. photo 12 Bee-Friendly Plants for an Awesome Herb Garden12 Bee-Friendly Plants for an Awesome Herb GardenArticle
    your part by planting these 12 herbs to create your bee-friendly herb garden. 1. Borage: This herb fills with nectar every two minutes. Meaning bees can sip from borage practically all day long. 2Read more
  6. photo Natural brain boosting compoundsNatural brain boosting compoundsNews
    . Certain compounds, such as CoQ10, borage oil and phosphatydlcholine have the potential to boost brain function naturally.The brain is extremely sensitive to free radical damage, poor circulation and poorRead more
  7. photo 5 Flowers to Plant for Natural Pest Control5 Flowers to Plant for Natural Pest ControlArticle
    . Borage What it is: Commonly grown and used for culinary purposes in Britain, borage is an herb still not well known in America. This annual produces star-shaped flowers and is wonderful used in herbalRead more
  8. photo The 5 Best Culinary Herbs You’ve Never Heard OfThe 5 Best Culinary Herbs You’ve Never Heard OfArticle
    with fish and light poultry dishes. Borage Borage is well-known to herbalists and users of natural medicine; its seed oil is used for its anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties, as wellRead more
  9. photo BorrajaBorrajaArticle
    Nombre científico: Borago officinalis L. Familia: Boraginacea Descripción: Originaria de las regiones occidentales del Mediterráneo. Es una planta de fácil ubicación, la cubren fibrasRead more
  10. photo BorrajaBorrajaArticle
    Nombre científico: Borago officinalis L. Familia: Boraginacea Descripción: Originaria de las regiones occidentales del Mediterráneo. Es una planta de fácil ubicación, la cubren fibrasRead more

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Borage

Herbs and Spices / Vegetable

Borage (/ˈbɒr.ɪdʒ/, Borago officinalis), also known as a starflower, is an annual herb. It is native to the Mediterranean region and has naturalized in many other locales. It grows satisfactorily in gardens in the UK climate, remaining in the garden from year to year by self-seeding. The leaves are edible and the plant is grown in gardens for that purpose in some parts of Europe. The plant is...More