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  1. photo Organic Find of the Season: Angel Baby Bottom Balm from Earth Mama Angel BabyOrganic Find of the Season: Angel Baby Bottom Balm from Earth Mama Angel BabyArticle
    after each diaper change and bath to help prevent diaper rashes. It’s made with certified organic olive oil infused with wound-healing herbs such as organic calendula, chickweed, plantain and St. John’sRead more
  2. photo Organic agriculture ravaged by chemtrails - Monsanto seizes the opportunity, profits and dominatesOrganic agriculture ravaged by chemtrails - Monsanto seizes the opportunity, profits and dominatesNews
    for the corporation while organics suffer. If this poisoning continues, true organic farming may become impossible in the not so distant future.Chemtrail cocktailGeoengineering hides behind the claim of arrestingRead more
  3. photo 17 Magical Backyard Ideas for Yummy Summer Outdoor Living17 Magical Backyard Ideas for Yummy Summer Outdoor LivingArticle
    . For that matter, do your food prep outside and cook outdoors for true outdoor living. That’s less mess in your kitchen and it won’t heat up the house. By the way, here’s a great IKEA hack for making your ownRead more
  4. photo Plop, Plop, Fizz, Fizz – Oh What a Relief it Is!Plop, Plop, Fizz, Fizz – Oh What a Relief it Is!Treatment
    and its seeds (or Papaya tablets) can be eaten to help with digestion. Bananas and plantains are an old folk remedy for many gastrointestinal problems because they soothe the digestive tract. PlantainsRead more
  5. photo Therapeutic Teas and MixturesTherapeutic Teas and MixturesTreatment
    peppermint for other reasons, be sure to choose the variety with the greatest medicinal effect. True peppermint, Mentha piperita, has the highest number of active agents, including the essential oil mentholRead more

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True plantains

"True" plantains are a group of cultivated varieties (cultivars) of the genus Musa (bananas and plantains) placed in the Plantain subgroup of the AAB genome group. The term "plantain" is also used in other senses. It can refer to all the banana cultivars which are normally eaten after cooking, rather than raw, for which see cooking plantain, or to members of some other subgroups of Musa...More