Since ancient times, the Chinese have formulated many secret recipes for beautifying the skin and nourishing the hair.
Acupuncture is thousands of years old, and is one of the five pillars of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Needles are inserted into points on the human body to alleviate illnesses and pain.
Ginseng has always been shrouded in folklore and magic. Like the rich mountain forests where it grows naturally, its use dates way back into the mists of antiquity.
As one of the most popular drinks in the world, tea has celebrated a triumphant procession into almost every household. The tea plant’s rich history began in China, where the tradition of cultivating and enjoying tea is very old.
Tomato’s vitamin C content is about 10 times that of watermelon. With the protection of organic acids, its vitamin C content is not easily altered during storage and cooking. Tomatoes are also more readily utilized by the body (digested). Tomatoes…
Yes, tea is good for you, but how so? These facts shared on Chinese social media show just some of the awesomeness you can derive from drinking tea.
Shiitake mushrooms are the sweetheart of the edible mushroom family — they’re honored as the queen of the plant kingdom. Rich in nutrition, shiitake are high in protein, vitamins (such as vitamin B, iron, potassium, and vitamin D), they have…
Baking soda is a cheap and handy item in every household, whose uses are many fold. Other than its use in baking or as an odor absorber, it is also a great medicinal, household cleaning, and skin care product.
The word eucalyptus is derived from the ancient Greek word eu, meaning good or well, and calyptos, meaning covered. When early explorers arrived in Australia, they collected samples of various plants, including eucalyptus, and sent them back to England for study.
Two studies suggest that drinking coffee regularly can prolong life.