Medicinal Uses of Smokey Topaz?

Answer Smokey topaz is really quartz rather than topaz. Smokey quartz varies in color from brown to gray to black. According to Patricia Martin, author of "The Magic of Rocks and Stones: Smokey Quartz," i... Read More »

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Medicinal Uses of the Mint Plant?

The mint family, Lamiaceae, is a large family of aromatic herbal plants, which includes plants such as lavender, rosemary and mint. Mentha is a perennial species within the Lamiaceae family that in... Read More »

The Medicinal Uses of Herbs & Spices?

You would probably agree that spices make our food taste better, but the spices you use on your food may also help you become healthier! Many of the herbs we use to season our food also have medici... Read More »

Medicinal Uses of Shea Butter?

Shea butter can be used for medicinal purposes only if it is raw and unrefined. If it is modified in any way, it will destroy minerals or vitamins that are already present in the shea butter, and i... Read More »

Blue Topaz Uses?

Topaz is a mineral commonly used as a gem stone. It is considered to be the birth stone of November, and is used in a variety of methods ranging from decorative implementation in jewelry to holisti... Read More »