When your food tastes like a medicine

It might sound like a bad joke, but the idea of an organic herbal medicine called Betonica has made a comeback after being abandoned decades ago.

The idea has been revived after a team of scientists from the University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, University College London, University at Albany, and University of Adelaide discovered Betonica and developed it into a natural, inexpensive alternative to traditional herbal medicines.

Read moreRead the original storyMore:The drug is currently in clinical trials in Kenya and the Philippines.

It’s been around for years in India and is thought to be used to treat a variety of ailments, including chronic pain and nausea.

But it’s also been used to help combat some cancers and chronic digestive issues, including Crohn’s disease, Type 1 diabetes, and Crohn disease-associated ulcerative colitis.

“It has been found to have anti-inflammatory properties which is very important because it can actually help with the inflammation in the gut,” said Dr. Rajeev R. Nair, a gastroenterologist at the University at York in the UK, in an interview with Recode.

The discovery of Betonica could be the first step in a wider research effort to bring the plant back into the mainstream.

The plant was first discovered in India by British botanist David J. Cairncross in 1837.

A few years later, British chemist and naturalist John Wesley Powell discovered the plant in a small plantation on the outskirts of Bombay.

A century later, in 1856, the plant was officially declared to be an official medicine by the British government, and it was sold commercially in the United Kingdom in 1899.

But Betonica is an important and very different plant than Betonica americana.

It is a genus of the same family as the native Indian plant, Betonica officinalis, which is the name given to the plant by Native Americans.

It has a short, red, leaf-like stalk that is a bit smaller than a common tomato.

In modern-day India, Betos is used for treating an array of ailments including: pain, cough, inflammation, fever, stomach ulcers, and diarrhea.

“We’re really excited to see how this drug is going to impact people’s lives, and how it’s going to help them manage chronic conditions,” said Nair.

“It will give them an opportunity to improve their health.”

The plant has also been known to help treat other conditions, including asthma, cancer, and diabetes.

It was originally isolated from the plant but was then imported into the United States in the 1930s, and is now in a class of its own.

The FDA approved Betonica in 1973 and it is now the most widely used natural drug in the country.

It helps to combat inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn and ulcerations.

The study is published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

More from Recode:The plant is a mixture of two kinds of leaves called thorns and stems.

Thorns grow on the stem and are more prevalent in the soil than the stem.

The thorns are used for decoration and as a source of nutrients for the plants roots.

The stem, which grows on the leaves, is used to produce the seeds of Betica.

The Betonica extract is extracted by combining Betonica seeds with alcohol and water, and then heated at high heat.

It can then be ground up and dried into a powder or powder-based pills.

Betonica pills are now available in a number of forms, including capsules, liquid and oil-based capsules, oral preparations, tablets, and oral drops.

The powder is sometimes used in supplements as well.

The price of Betonas products is relatively high: It’s typically about $100 per capsule, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration.

But there are some caveats to the drug’s price tag: It is made with the thorns as the source of the drug, and some users may not be willing to pay a higher price than what they pay for the whole plant.

That’s because the thorn extract is not used as an ingredient in traditional medicine.

However, the price of the pills is fairly cheap for the time period they are being sold.

The price for a single dose of Betonia is $6.50, according the FDA, and the price for oral preparations is about $2.50.

The amount of medicine is similar for each of the dosages, and most of the tablets can be taken as a single pill.

But it’s not all about the cost.

The study found that most of Betono’s users do not have serious health problems, which may explain why the drug is so cheap.

“The main message that we’re trying to convey here is that there are really very few serious health conditions that we would consider a problem for the patient,” said study author Dr. David A. St. Louis, a professor of nutritional sciences at the School of Medicine at the