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Hi Everyone

I have just joined this forum and would love to share and get knowledge from experts.

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None expert here, but like you would love to learn as much as I can.
I like lemongrass tea. They call it fever grass so its most likely good for fever.
Momordica charantia aka cerasee is a bitter that my parents used to give me.
Here are a few more http://consejo.bz/belize/bushmedicine.html
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