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Amazing Health Benefits of Green Tea (Camellia Sinensis)

Amazing Health Benefits of Green Tea (Camellia Sinensis). Green Tea Lovers should know the health benefits of Camellia Sinensis. Green and black tea are made from the same source-Camellia Sinensis(leaves and buds).  Camellia Sinensis is originated in China but extensively cultivated in many countries in Eastern Asia, including India, Japan, Korea, Sri Lanka, Nepal, and Bangladesh. Camellia Sinensis leaves extracts have been used in  China, Japan, and India for the treatment of diseases for thousands of years.  You can find a big list of the effects of green tea on human health on the internet, but all of them may not reliable. Edumediawellness will provide you the evidence-based information that will help   lead a healthy lifestyle. It is undeniable that green tea is one of the healthiest drinks available on the planet. It has gained popularity because of its antioxidant property.  Green tea is produced from unoxidized leaves and involves fewer processed than black tea.  The natural Po
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Search Queries On Spirulina: Google Question Hub

Search Queries On Spirulina: Google Question Hub. Spirulina P latensis (blue-green algae)  is a popular topic among nutritionists around the world. Health-conscious people have a lot of queries about this nutritious food. Here are the answers to the most relevant queries on Spirulina (Arthrospira platensis) found on the Google Question Hub.  Most of the queries are about the use and health benefits of spirulina, its cultivation,  and the scope of marketing in some specific areas in India.  You will find some interesting queries on the spirulina face mask there. Some of the queries appeared on the ides panel of Blogger Platform on the dashboard of Edumediawellnes. Perhaps you know why I Luv Bloggers Platform. If you use this platform, you don't have to think about content writing ideas. As this blog is related to health and wellness, Bloggers provide the ideas relevant to the niche.  Later, I discovered that these questions are available on Google Question Hub, along with many other

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)#YinYang#ZhangFu#Meridian

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)#YinYang#ZhangFu #Meridian Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is an ancient medical philosophy originated from China. TCM is based on the concept of qi ( "chi"), which means vital energy. Qi is the life force or vital energy that flows everywhere in the Universe, including your body. The vital energy flows throughout the body.  Thousands of years ago, when there was nothing improved in medical and biological fields, the theory of TCM was established by some Chinese Scholars. From that time, Chinese philosophy, astronomy, and literature began to develop.  To understand the philosophy properly, you need to be familiar with the fundamental concepts of TCM. The Fundamental Concepts of TCM include the following: The concepts of qi The concept of yin and yang  The Zhang fu The concept of meridians  Traditional Chinese medicine and therapeutic method  In traditional Chinese medicine, clinical practices include acupuncture, moxibustion, herbal medi

Human Skeleton-206 Bones Structure and Functions

Human Skeleton-206 Bones Structure and  Functions. Usually, an adult human skeleton is made up of 206 bones. Skeleton comprises of the bones of the head, spine, chests, arms, legs, and pelvic girdle.  How bones are made? Bones are made of connective tissues strengthened with calcium and specific bone cells. Besides, inner bones contain bone marrow. Blood cells are produced in the bone marrow. Bones contain protein collagen, which forms a soft framework, and calcium strengthens the framework. The components of bones include osteoblasts and osteocytes, osteoclasts, osteoid, nerves and blood vessels, bone marrow, cartilage, calcium, and other minerals. Different Types and Shapes of the Bones of the Human Body Human bones. image credit-pixabay 5 types of bones in the human body. These are described below. 1. Long bones Long bones are mostly found in the appendicular skeleton. These types of bones are usually compacted in nature and include the bones in the limbs, both upper and lower. T