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"Chinese Mulberry"




  1. photo Overheated this summer? Cool anger, anxiety, stress and more with chrysanthemum teaOverheated this summer? Cool anger, anxiety, stress and more with chrysanthemum teaNews
    Long revered by traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), chrysanthemum tea balances the system in a variety of ways. Especially useful during the spring and summer months, it cools the body and clearsRead more
  2. photo QuinceQuinceArticle
    and Preserving: Revival of a Lost Art to get things started.  Health Benefits of Quince Quinces have a long history as an herbal remedy for several ailments. In Chinese medicine, the stembark is usedRead more
  3. photo KiwifruitKiwifruitArticle
    and named Chinese Gooseberry, and eventually made its way to the US where it got its present-day moniker. There are over 50 species of fruit belonging to the kiwifruit’s genus, but the one you are most likelyRead more
  4. photo Flesh-eating eczema miraculously cured by <b>Chinese</b> medicineFlesh-eating eczema miraculously cured by Chinese medicineNews
    It seems rather unlikely given all the fraud in Chinese medicine, but in this case, one herbal remedy has been nothing short of miraculous. As reported by the UK's Daily Mail, a young boy sufferingRead more
  5. photo Sweet & Sour Superfoods: The 13 Best Berries in the WorldSweet & Sour Superfoods: The 13 Best Berries in the WorldArticle
    Chinese Medicine, considered an adaptogen, which means they kind of have berry ESP—capable of figuring out exactly what your body needs. They can hone in on specifics and bring balance, and are usedRead more

Chinese Mulberry

Fruit

Chinese mulberry is a common name for several trees and may refer to:More