HEMP, or Herbal Medicine Balls, is a term often used in Iranian media and among Westerners who are interested in ancient and traditional medicines.
The name is derived from the fact that the balls are made of dried plants that are often the source of traditional medicine.
The balls contain a mixture of medicinal herbs, such as coriander, thyme, parsley, and peppermint, and are traditionally made in the Iranian desert.
The medicinal ball is a good choice for people who need a dose of medicine.
However, they can also be good for people with an allergy to corianders, for example.
HEMP is the name of a medicinal ball that is traditionally made with herbs such as the coriand rose, parsnip, peppermint and lemon balm.
Many people in the West consider the ball to be an inexpensive alternative to the traditional herbal medicine balls, and they are often available in a variety of flavors.
However, the balls have the drawback of not being as effective as traditional medicine balls in reducing inflammation.
One of the more popular brands of herbal medicine is the Herbal Medicines and Herbal Ball.
Herbal medicine is an ancient medicine that was first popularized in Iran around 2500 BCE, and it is believed to have been used to treat conditions ranging from headaches to arthritis to asthma.
It is considered to have gained popularity in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East around the beginning of the 20th century.
This is the kind of medicine that many Iranians are taking.
People in the Middle Eastern countries have long relied on traditional medicine, but now in the past few years, many Westerners have been turning to alternative herbal medicine and the ball.
In a study conducted in 2012, scientists from the University of Chicago and the University at Buffalo in New York found that a single dose of herbal therapy produced an effect similar to the effects of a traditional medicine ball, but without the side effects.
For example, one of the most commonly used herbs in Iran is pomegranate.
Pomegranates are the fruit of the grape plant.
They are known to have a calming effect on the mind, but there have also been reports of people taking pomegros in their daily lives.
Despite their popularity, there are also a few health risks associated with taking a traditional herbal ball.
The ball is highly acidic and has been linked to the development of acid reflux, which can lead to constipation, nausea, bloating, and gas.
There is also a risk that the ball could increase the risk of cancer.
This has been reported to happen with other traditional medicine treatments, such the Ayurvedic Ayurvani.
The study found that pomeginates can cause a higher risk of colorectal cancer.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 6 Americans has some form of cancer, and nearly 1.4 million Americans are currently living with a form of the disease.
The number of new cases has been rising in recent years, and there are currently more than 500,000 Americans living with cancer.