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BK Rubytha Huntarigo Batiller at 2015-07-28T09:37:35+0000 72 people like this |
14 HEALTH BENEFITS OF SANTOL FRUIT Dr. Paul HaiderDr. Paul Haider Spiritual Teacher and Master Herbalist Santol Fruit or (Sandoricum koetjape) and also known as Lolly fruit, Sayai, Visayan, and Wild Mangosteen is a fruit from indochina including the Philippines. Santol Fruit is sweet and sour and it’s loaded with - show more posts on this group
BK Rubytha Huntarigo Batiller at 2015-07-28T11:27:22+0000 20 people like this |
10 SURPRISING HEALTH BENEFITS OF SEX By Kara Mayer Robinson WebMD Feature Reviewed by Michael W. Smith, MD The perks of sex extend well beyond the bedroom. Sex not only feels good. It can also be good for you. Here’s what a healthy sex life can do for you. Sex-Drive Killers Slideshow 1. Helps Keep Your Immune S - show more posts on this group
BK Rubytha Huntarigo Batiller at 2015-07-28T10:10:43+0000 75 people like this | 2 people comments
15 HEALTH BENEFITS OF CHIKOO OR SAPODILLA FRUIT Sapodilla or chikoo, is a fresh fruit that came from America and Mexico. Sapodilla is a tropical fruit & full of various nutrients, vitamins, minerals, glucose, tannins and calories. It is round in shape like a potato and sweet in taste. Fresh ripen sapodilla is a goo - show more posts on this group
BK Rubytha Huntarigo Batiller at 2015-07-28T10:24:35+0000 52 people like this | 1 people comments
21 BEST BENEFITS AND USES OF BROCCOLI FOR SKIN AND HEALTH Broccoli basically belongs to the family of green leafy vegetables like cabbage, spinach and Brussels sprouts whose stalks and large flower heads are edible. The plant grows up to a height of around 1 ½ to 2 ½ feet and somewhat resembles a cauliflower. The - show more posts on this group
BK Rubytha Huntarigo Batiller at 2015-07-28T09:48:09+0000 73 people like this | 19 people comments
HEALTH BENEFITS OF PHYSALIS (TINU TINU} FOR BEAUTY AND YOUR BODY What are the Health Benefits of Physalis for Beauty and your body Physalis is a genus of flowering plants in the nightshade family, which grow in warm temperate and subtropical regions of the world. Most of the species, of which there may be 75-90, ar - show more posts on this group
Kristin Yanker-Hansen at 2015-07-28T13:22:06+0000 4 people like this |
In Defense of Plants There are many downsides to the amount of time some of us spend on the internet but there is no denying that there are some incredible benefits as well. Never before in human history has information been so readily available to so many people. Without Facebook, In Defense of Plants would not have a - show more posts on this group
Kristin Yanker-Hansen at 2015-07-28T13:35:10+0000 1 people like this |
Salvias.com.ar Plant Exploration Trip 2015 Salvias.com.ar I would like to thank Dr. Scott Zona for the ID of the plants. Tap the pictures to get all the names. Lots of new Lobelias. - show more posts on this group
Prem Subrahmanyam Sr. at 2015-07-28T17:04:55+0000 |
Orange Fringed Orchid (Platanthera ciliaris) in Bloom Orange Fringed Orchids (Platanthera ciliaris) blooming on a wet roadside in north-central Florida. - show more posts on this group
Chelsea Lisle at 2015-07-28T13:29:51+0000 4 people like this | 11 people comments
North Central FL, partial sun/shade. Growing in a bucket I'm my yard. There are two more in the back yard, but so far this one is the only one to flower. - show more posts on this group
Erin Cliber at 2015-07-28T15:30:24+0000 3 people like this | 7 people comments
Located in lower Michigan at my mom's house. Is it a weed or a flower? Hard to tell in her "weed garden" - show more posts on this group

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