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Hoang Duy Tan

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Lecturer of Traditional Medicines. Graduated from Internal Medicine program and continued to pursue his study in Traditional Medicines. A researcher and author of numerous valuable books in traditional medicines.

Love, Salted Coffee and Your Health

When we speak of love and marriage, we often recount the popular “salted coffee” story. The story happened long ago but its meaning is...

How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep

According to the ancient Chinese philosophical system that determines harmony, “feng” means air flow and “shui” means water. The belief is that these factors...
Ginger tea health benefits

Health Benefits Of Ginger

In “Dong Pha tap ky” by To Thuc from the Tong dynasty of China, there existed a story about eternal youth. A monk who...
Chamomile Tea

Health Benefits Of Chamomile Tea

For Asians, fall is associated with the mid-autumn festival. On the night of the full moon, enjoying a cup of chamomile tea is a...

Pomegranate: A Healthy Fruit For Everyone

The scientific name of pomegranate is Puni-cagranatum L.. The fruit is the size of a human fist, with thick skin and many seeds that...

Green Tea Benefits Of A Popular Drink

Hot or cool tea, which one cools you down? A British research centre chose a very hot day (40oC) to conduct an experiment in which...

Watermelons The Uncrowned King Of Summer Fruits

In these summer days as we are out sweltered and thirsty, to consume some watermelon makes us feel so chilled, sweet and quenched. Because watermelons...

Mustard Greens: Healthy Food To Cool Down Your Body

Mustard greens vegetable soup is a favorable dish cooked by many homemakers, however, not many people are aware of their health benefits. Mustard greens, also...
Kohlrabi / Xu Hào

KOHLRABI – Remedy For Winter Diseases

Kohlrabi is a kind of vegetable that originates from Europe. Nowadays, this vegetable is planted all around the world, especially in the winter. Besides,...

Radish – Winter Ginseng

In rural areas in the winter, people often use radish and call them Little Ginseng of Winter because the radish season begins once the...