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1. Kratom

Kratom is a tree native to Southeast Asia. It grows between 4-10 meters tall and produces white flowers and small green fruits. Like many trees, kratom requires regular pruning to keep its branches straight. Its leaves are often chewed or brewed into tea. In recent years, kratom has been rediscovered as a natural remedy for opioid addiction. It’s effects seem to target opioid receptors in the brain, similar to some prescription drugs.

2. Macadamia nut oil

Macadamia nuts are grown mainly in Australia and South East Asia. They have a mild flavor and are high in monounsaturated fat. Because they have a relatively low protein content, they are widely consumed raw. They are also commonly roasted. Macadamia nut oils are extracted from the kernel, and are considered non-hydrogenated fats because they do not contain trans fats. They have long been known for their therapeutic value, especially as a treatment for arthritis, but are now being researched for their anti-inflammatory qualities.

3. Moringa oleifera (Moringa)

The moringa tree is native to Africa, where it has traditionally been cultivated for food. It is a fast-growing evergreen tree that bears small yellow flowers followed by round fruit pods about 10 cm across containing tiny seeds. The seeds are rich in vitamins and minerals and can be eaten or dried and powdered for later use. When juiced, the pulp contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatories. A study in India found that Moringa powder may have cancer-fighting properties against breast and cervical cancers.

4. Nopal cactus

Nopal is a succulent plant from Mexico that can be cooked and eaten like a vegetable. It is very nutritious, containing protein, fiber, vitamin B12, niacin, iron, calcium, zinc, copper, and phosphorous. It is said to lower blood pressure and cholesterol, reduce nausea and vomiting, and even cure ulcers. It can be steamed, boiled, baked, fried, mixed with batter and deep fried, or sauteed.

5. Orchid

Orchids are beautiful flowering plants of tropical and subtropical regions. There are over 20,000 species of orchids, but only about 40% of them have been named. Most orchids are epiphytic, meaning they attach themselves to trees or other objects using roots. Orchids produce roots that secrete mucilage, a sticky substance that helps protect the root structure from insects and disease. Many orchids flower only once and then die. Others flower repeatedly throughout the year. However, some orchids reproduce sexually and others reproductively by spores or seeds.

6. Peanut Butter

Peanuts are actually legumes, not true nuts. They belong to the legume family and share certain traits with beans, peas, and lentils. Peanuts are high in protein, vitamin E, folate, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, magnesium, potassium, iron, phosphorus, zinc, and selenium. They are also rich in unsaturated fatty acids such as linoleic acid, gamma linolenic acid, oleic acid, and palmitoleic acid. These fatty acids help improve heart health, boost immune system function, promote weight loss, control diabetes, prevent cardiovascular disease, and fight inflammation. The peanut butter industry began in China around 2,500 BC. Since then, peanuts have spread to Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Burma, Laos, Cambodia, and Myanmar.

7. Pineapple juice

Pineapples are a type of bromeliad, a member of the pineapple family. The name comes from the Greek word ‘pinakion’ meaning “dressed with pine cones”, referring to the shape of the young fruit. Pineapples are a staple fruit in Hawaii and Puerto Rico. Pineapples are high in vitamin C, manganese, magnesium, dietary fiber, folate, iron, and vitamin B 6. They are also a good source of potassium, copper, and pantothenic acid. They contain pectin and polyphenols that make them effective at lowering bad cholesterol levels. Pineapples are great for keeping your skin glowing and brightening dark hair.

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