Pay It Forward Curation Contest: Featuring Natural Medicine Tribe - Week 85

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Featuring Natural Medicine Tribe - Week 85 - Pay It Forward Curation Contest

The Pay It Forward Curation Contest for this week will focus on the Natural Medicine Tribe. This an an interesting topic for me because I've never taken an in-depth look at natural medicine. While curating these posts, I hope to learn about the authors and their connection to natural medicine.

1st Post
Grow Perennial Brassicas is a post by @wildhomesteading (65) in which he explains why he likes to grow Perennial Brassicas. He does not provide the definition of Perennial Brassicas in his post, instead directing his readers to visit his blog, Wild Homesteading where he defines the terms. I think this is an excellent way for him to promote his blog.

So I visited his blog to get the basics. I didn't know Brassicas was the name for the vegetables in the mustard family, such as cabbage and broccoli, which I love. In his post, @wildhomesteading tells us that you'd have to plant these type of vegetables each year. But if you wanted to plant them once and have them reproduce each year, then your best choice would be Perennial Brassicas. He likes perennials because he thinks they are fairly easy to use and add to your garden. He states there are numerous types of perennial brassicas, but the three he likes best are: Kosmic Kale; Tree Collards; and Turkish Rocket.
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I recommend reading his post, but go directly to his blog for definitions then, return. It's an excellent read and learning experience for those who don't know their greens.


2nd Post
The goodness of the Gooseberry is an excellent post by @sayee (64) in which she introduces her readers to the natural benefits of the Gooseberry. This fruit is known as "Nellikka" in Malayalam and "Amla" in Hindi.

According to @sayee, the Gooseberry is an excellent source of antioxidant. She says they are good for the skin and hair, and is used to make hair tonic. An important medicinal benefit of Gooseberry is that it lowers blood sugar. I didn't know this, and with my recent Type 2 Diabetes diagnosis, I will definitely find out how I can incorporate the fruit into my regimen. She also tells us Goosberry is used to prepare homemade wine. Finally, @sayee shows her readers a unique ways to cook with them. If you like pickles, then check out her Gooseberry Pickle recipe:

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@sayee's post The goodness of the Gooseberry is well-written and contains a wealth of information. I recommend you stop by and see for yourself the wonders of this fruit, the Gooseberry.

I chose to participate in this week's curation challenge to see if I could learn something from the @naturalmedicine Tribe. By curating these two great posts, I can report that I definitely did.

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Thanks,
@justclickindiva

Happy rest of the week everyone with whatever you are working on.


SOURCES:
a) JustClickin logo created at CoolText.Com;
b) Unless otherwise noted, all photos taken by me with my (i) Samsung Galaxy 10" Tablet, (ii) Samsung Phone, & (iii) FUJI FinePix S3380 - 14 Mega Pixels Digital Camera;
c) Purple Butterfly part of purchased set of Spiritual Clip Art for my Personal Use;
d) Pay It Forward Curation Contest Logo prepared by me in Canva utilizing its free images;
e) Separator Lines Free ClipArt Belt from Public Domain Vectors & ShadedLine from ClipArt-Library; and
f) All Tribe logos used with permission of Tribe Discord Channel admins.
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Thank you for your entry. Both of your bloggers have been upvoted and your entry for Curation Contest:Week 85 is confirmed.

Thankyou for visiting our tribe. We are proud of the content generated under this tag. Much love.

@naturalmedicine. You're welcome. Thanks for stopping by and reviewing my post. Was happy to curate them, and in the process, learn from them.

Nicely done @justclickindiva! Everyone has been supported.

Thank you so much for showcasing the bloggers. They deserve it. Hope they get some additional exposure.

Really glad you got something out of visiting the @naturalmedicine tribe! Thanks for giving a little love to these posts! Xx

You're welcome. It was a pleasure, and a learning experience.

The posts you curated sound amazing. Great job! 😊
Happy Wednesday! 💕

I agree, great posts!

Thanks @fenngen. Yes, I agree. both were great posts that I enjoyed taking a look at.

Hi @redheadpei. Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by and visit my post and for your comment.

I appreciate your support. Have a great day, and take care.

Nice selection on curated works @justclickindiva have a wonderful day.

Hi @joanstewart. Thanks for taking the time to stop by and view my post. So glad you think my selections ok for my curation.

Thank you for your entry. I've supported both of your bloggers.

hi @viking-ventures. Thanks for supporting my bloggers in this contest. They deserve it, and hopefully get some extra exposure.