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When it comes to natural remedies, few herbs have been around for as long as asafetida. This popular Ayurvedic remedy has been used to clear up the symptoms of anorexia for hundreds of years. Asafetida is known to not only cleanse the digestive tracts, but also stimulate hunger, which is essential for people who are forcing themselves not to eat. Asafetida can be consumed in a number of ways, but the most popular is in the form of a supplement. This is widely available at health food stores around the world, not only in areas where Ayurvedic treatment is conducted. Protection Status
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