Bogbean Photo by http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gebruiker:Tbc/foto%27s
Common Name: Bogbean.
Habitats: Shallow water on the edges of ponds and in marshy ground, usually in acid soils.
Range: Europe, including Britain, from Scandanavia south and east to Spain, N. and C. Asia, Morocco.
Menyanthes trifoliata is a PERENNIAL growing to 0.3 . . . → Read More: Bogbean
Devil's Claw Photo by Henri Pidoux http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utilisateur:Henri_pidoux
Harpagophytum procumbens, also called grapple plant, wood spider and most commonly devil’s claw, is a plant of the sesame family, native to South Africa. It got its name from the peculiar appearance of its hooked fruit. The plant’s large tuberous roots are used medicinally to . . . → Read More: Devil’s Claw
Dogs and Arthritis
The elk farming industry in North America was built on velvet antler. Elk velvet antler (EVA) has been used in Asia for over 2,000 years as a medicinal and health product. High demand and prices for velvet, especially from Korea,fueled the growth and expansion of the elk . . . → Read More: How Dogs can Save the Elk Industry
Velvet deer slices
The more research I do, the more excited I get about the potential markets for elk velvet antler (EVA) as a nutraceutical product. I believe the future for EVA sales is bright because of three developing trends:
1. Growth in complementary and alternative medicines.
2. Issues with chemical . . . → Read More: Nutraceutical Opportunities for Velvet Antler