Centella asiatica benefits

Centella asiatica Benefits For Our Skin and Brain

I was visiting Chiang Mai-Thailand during the 2000s. It was the first time, I knowing other Centella asiatica benefits as an edible plant. When visiting one of the traditional markets, my colleagues offering special juice, named Bai-bua-bok juice (they said that is broken heart juice). 

The juice was green and fresh with ice. The taste is very yummy.  And from the taste, directly I realize that “this is the Pennyworth juice”. Khiewchanta.com, mention some benefits of Bai bua bok is good for the heart, refreshing our body, and maintain our blood pressure. 

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legion botanica

Aloe vera Benefits For Our Health

Aloe vera is a succulent plant, which originally came from an area around the northern Nile River in Sudan.  Member of Alliaceae family, and have 40 – 80 cm in height.  It a perennial plant from the Aloe genus.   Aloe vera is an evergreen plant which also can grow well in the tropical area.  From the literature, we are going to make a summary about Aloe vera benefits for your health.

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legion botanica

Self Sufficient Backyard In Indonesia And Recent Challenges

The archipelago and active volcanoes are characteristic of Indonesia.  As a consequence, peoples who live in Indonesia are embracing the disasters. Talking about the self-sufficient backyard in Indonesia, actually, it became a tradition since long time ago.   And it became an effort as preparedness from the disaster. In fact, volcano eruption, earthquake, landslide, and tsunami is most of the natural disaster which frequently occurs in Indonesia. 

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generation of plant breeding

The Generation of Plant Breeding

INTRODUCTION

When humans became food gatherers, they collecting useful plants surround them. Gradually, more plants were recognized and used as food and other needs. Fresh food became more varied.  Not only fruits, but also seeds, tubers, and leaves. Then they learn and able to process theirs. The generation of plant breeding can not be separated from human history. If you want to read in the PDF version, you can visit researchgate.net

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