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  1. photo <b>Fern</b> Extract and Sun ProtectionFern Extract and Sun ProtectionTreatment
    and by supporting the body from the inside out. There is a little known nutritional supplement that may help shield the skin from the harmful effects of summertime sun exposure. I’m referring to a fern extractRead more
  2. photo Make Sure You Have at Least One of These Plants in Your Home To Protect You From Radiation, Chemicals And Cigarette SmokeMake Sure You Have at Least One of These Plants in Your Home To Protect You From Radiation, Chemicals And Cigarette SmokeTreatment
    at home in order to filtrate the air and help you avoid all these dangerous influences are cactus, dragon tree, fern, and fig. They will effectively clean the air and preserve your health. Dragon Tree YouRead more
  3. photo Fake cancer doctor busted selling dirt as medicine: Are ALL oncologists scam artists selling snake oil to cancer victims?Fake cancer doctor busted selling dirt as medicine: Are ALL oncologists scam artists selling snake oil to cancer victims?News
    " to patients dying of cancer. Vincent Gammill, 69, reportedly charged a female cancer patient by the name of Fern $2,000 for a satchel containing literal garbage, including several plastic baggies filledRead more
  4. photo 5 Best Low-Maintenance Houseplants5 Best Low-Maintenance HouseplantsArticle
    to grow something. Anything. You gardening addict. Whatever your skill level when it comes to gardening, these five indoor plants are darn easy to maintain. 1. Fern image: gorgeoux Say goodbyeRead more
  5. photo These Plants Are a Must Have In Your Home: They Protect Against Radiation, Chemicals, Harmful Cigarettes Smoke…These Plants Are a Must Have In Your Home: They Protect Against Radiation, Chemicals, Harmful Cigarettes Smoke…Article
    or cleaning agents. Did you know that you need to have one plant for every 80 square feet of space? The fig tree, fern, dracaena and cactus “suck” the negative radiation from TVs and harmful odors. DracaenaRead more
  6. photo Oh, Fiddleheads! How to Eat This Delicious Wild DelicacyOh, Fiddleheads! How to Eat This Delicious Wild DelicacyArticle
    in the state of Maine, fiddlehead greens are actually young ostrich ferns whose tender, curled fronds offer an earthy, wild green vegetable taste that is quite unique. Fiddleheads are harvested earlyRead more
  7. photo Study seeks to curb impaired brain development of fetuses exposed to agricultural pesticides in the wombStudy seeks to curb impaired brain development of fetuses exposed to agricultural pesticides in the wombNews
    & Environment Reporting Network (FERN) uses the example of "Maria," a mother of three living in the Salinas Valley who has been around commercial growing fields for much of her life. Of her three children, twoRead more
  8. photo Fiddleheads: the antioxidant-rich, healthy vegetable with an unusual nameFiddleheads: the antioxidant-rich, healthy vegetable with an unusual nameNews
    . The vegetable, appropriately named for its resemblance to the neck of a violin, is actually part of a fern (the frond) and is harvested in the spring season, typically in the Northeast where fernsRead more
  9. photo Which Indoor, Hanging Houseplants Suit Your Home?Which Indoor, Hanging Houseplants Suit Your Home?Article
    your home a fern. This plant also has many varieties. Some of the better-known ferns include the Boston and asparagus fern. Low light Philodendron or pathos plants are stellar selections. These plantsRead more
  10. photo 11 Free Printable Art Prints to Decorate Your Space11 Free Printable Art Prints to Decorate Your SpaceArticle
    subway inspirational word art prints. Fern Study Art Prints – For those who like a botanical look, try these pretty fern study art prints. Bathroom Printables – Need to remind your little ones aboutRead more

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Fern

Medicinal Plant

A fern is a member of a group of roughly 12,000 species of vascular plants that reproduce via spores and have neither seeds nor flowers. They differ from mosses by being vascular (i.e. having water-conducting vessels). They have stems and leaves, like other vascular plants. Most ferns have what are called fiddleheads that expand into fronds, which are each delicately divided.Leptosporangiate...More