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  • Lotus has also been used safely for hundreds of years in Eastern herbal medicine, as has Jujube which is used to calm the mind and lift the spirits.

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  • I am not very sure, but they look like dried ber (Indian Jujube) to me ....

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  • That night, windows flung wide, she squeezed her nipples, hard as Jujube candies.

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  • All Night Nourishment also contains a patented 3D Complex, which contains extracts from the Trigonella shrub and Jujube tree, both of which are supposed to nourish damaged skin.

    Secret Ingredients In Skincare Products

  • Boriya Chillies - They got their name "Boriya" because they resemble Indian Jujube berries known as bor or ber in Hindi.

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  • It looks exactly like the gummy Jujube candies I used to eat as a child.

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  • Here in Korea, water or Tea not special tea like Jujube tea or citron tea is always available for free.

    Archive 2005-04-01

  • Jujube Jujubes, also known as Chinese dates, are the fruits of Ziziphus jujuba, a tree native to central Asia.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • Jujube, grows luxuriantly in thickets: its dried wood is used by women to fumigate their hair19: the Kedi, a tree like the porcupine, — all spikes, — supplies the Bedouins with hatchet-handles.

    First footsteps in East Africa

  • My companions, now half-starved, — they had lived through three days on a handful of dates and sweetmeats, — devoured with avidity the wild Jujube berries that strewed the stones.

    First footsteps in East Africa

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