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    inspecteur is offline Junior Member
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    Hi
    I thank the All who help in This forum (good One Really)
    I have a question for you guys .
    Does anybody know a site or documents that have correspondance of herbs that grow in algeria.
    Arabic(Algerian ) and French like this

    Naanaa ----> Menthe
    Khobeiz ----> ?? etc
    Selke -----Epinard

    Thanks

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    Originally posted by inspecteur
    Hi
    I thank the All who help in This forum (good One Really)
    I have a question for you guys .
    Does anybody know a site or documents that have correspondance of herbs that grow in algeria.
    Arabic(Algerian ) and French like this

    Naanaa ----> Menthe
    Khobeiz ----> ?? etc
    Selke -----Epinard

    Thanks
    Dahaktni monsieur l'inspecteur. Selke malaIf i find something I'll let you know. The best thing would be to check with your mom

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    Talking

    Saha Si L'inspecteur, if you are in Bled, try Souk bab el oued, or souk el harrach, you will find some fellahine pretending to be doctors, wallah they make me laugh,
    when the shout [B]"We hadi hchicha nsemiw'ha garnina, mliha lerass, ledros, lestoma, rumatiz, latonsio...".[B]


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    inspecteur is offline Junior Member
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    Cool

    Hi
    What i am getting at is there are herbs from our country
    Algeria that are really better medecines than going to a chemist .This is not funny , have you heard about (yesterday to be precise ) that A chinese Doctor succeeded in healign a patient (Girl 20Yrs Old) from A Real Cancer By using naturals herbs
    I will get you his story soon

    I am not talking about Guernina Kapoor

    "A person with a bad name is already half-hanged"


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    BUSHRA1 is offline Registered User
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    I hope this helps, for a start at least (wa Salam):

    Marigold/Calendula officinalis
    used in Algeria, as well as other countries i.e. Iran, for health issues.

    Erythraea acaulis, is a native of Southern Algeria---its roots yield a yellow dye used to dye clothing and such, aside from medicinal use.

    Belladonna, widely seen over Central and Southern Europe, Southwest Asia and ALGERIA.

    Geranium/Pelargonium Graveolens, is a plant where the flower contains oils, leaves and stalks---used for many skin problems, and other medicinal properties. Its area of origin is ALGERIA, China, Egypt, France, Madagascar, Morocco, and USSR.

    Wild thyme, which flourishes in Algeria is used for medicinal purposes---and likewise in other parts of the world.



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    TonyStarks is offline Moderator
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    My dad collected tons of books on herbs and plants from Algeria. He told all his friends from the different parts of Algeria to ask around and get whatever books they could. He has many, but they are all French. Also, i think he gave them away.

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    Originally posted by inspecteur
    Hi
    I thank the All who help in This forum (good One Really)
    I have a question for you guys .
    Does anybody know a site or documents that have correspondance of herbs that grow in algeria.
    Arabic(Algerian ) and French like this

    Naanaa ----> Menthe
    Khobeiz ----> ?? etc
    Selke -----Epinard

    Thanks
    Saha Inspector

    here is a link with all king of scientifics view, you can see from the picture if spinach is khobeiz?
    http://www.wholehealthmd.com/refshelf/foods_view/1,1523,35,00.html

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