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We all know that Christopher Columbus “discovered” America, but few people know that his “wayward” trip also resulted in the discovery of something with amazing healing powers. It all starts with a beef the Europeans had with the Arabs at the time. See, the Arabs had this amazing spice that they were keeping from the Europeans. For centuries, all of Europe had to go without black pepper to season their food, as the Arabs would not share their source. So, as Columbus made his inadvertent way to America, he vowed to bring back this black pepper for all Europeans to […]
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