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British Medical Journal questions the critics of homoeopathy

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In recent years there appears to be a tide of criticism against homoeopathy as an effective complementary medicine. It appears to have fallen out of favour. This fall and rise of homoeopathy has happened throughout homoeopathy’s history. The British Medical Journal recently published a letter which examines the motives of those who dismiss homeopathy in […]

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Anise Hyssop

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Summary Anise Hyssop (Agastache foeniculum) is a bee loving perennial. It produces a lovely lavender blue flowers and grows to 90cm. The herbal tea made from anise hyssop produces a pleasant aniseed or Licorice mint like taste. Bee loving plant & flower The bees love this flower as you can see from the video above. […]

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Anise Hyssop (Agastache foeniculum)

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A bee magnet herb with beautiful mauve/purple spiked flower. This is one of the herbs I am growing for our bee herb garden. Main use is to make a herbal tea from the leaves for a cold, cough and sore throat.

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Personalities more likely to eat their greens

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A new study may indicate that our personality plays into our eating habits. Young adults who are open and extroverted tend to eat more fruits and vegetables. The personality trait of “openess to experience” was the lead predictor of higher fruit and vegetable consumption. The second highest personality trait predictor was being more extroverted and […]