The power of medicinal plants

The power of medicinal plants

Medicinal plants have been used since the origin of man to treat any type of disease. They contain active principles that are responsible for their healing power. Each plant has more than one property, which serves to treat several mismatches at the same time.

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Below are some names in Spanish to facilitate ordering in a local shop.
Of the best known to improve digestion, we have: chamomile, lemon grass, mint, melissa, cilantro ...
To combat gases: green and star anise, cinnamon, charcoal, clay ...
Liver detoxifying: artichoke, black radish, boldo, marian thistle, desmodium, bitter chamomile, dandelion ...
Laxatives: sen (do not abuse), cascara sagrada, frangula .. Somewhat milder ones are: zaragatona, lime, chia, psyllium seeds ...
Diuretics: Horse stigma, corn stigma, parsley, ulmaria, golden rod, juniper ...
For urine infections: heather, gayuba, cranberry ...
To eliminate kidney stones: rompepiedra or anemaria, grass, along with some diuretic plants.
To reduce cholesterol: red yeast rice, omega 3, canary seed, and detoxifying liver plants.
To regulate sugar: stevia (in plant), cinnamon extract, copalchi, bean pods, nopal, chrome ...
Relaxing: valerian, passionflower, orange blossom, lavender, petals of rose, melissa, hops, poppy, lavender, verbena. And to help you rest better: melatonin and tryptophan.
Depurative: birch, green nettle, sarsaparilla, burdock, hyssop, ...
For prostate problems: sabal, pumpkin seeds
Hormonal regulators: sage, yarrow, red clover, dongquai, maca, evening primrose oil, ...
Joint pains and inflammations: willow bark, harpagofito, black currant, turmeric, ulmaria, ...
Circulatory problems, heavy legs, varicose veins: horse chestnut, red vine, witch hazel, rusco, meliloto, gingo bilova, ...
Anti-cellulitis: Asian centella along with some diuretic and circulatory.
Hypertension: white olive, hawthorn, mistletoe, garlic, ...
Hypotension: rosemary, licorice, ...
For coughs and colds: thyme, drosera, llantem, pulmonaria, marshmallow, rosemary, eucalyptus ( steam), mallow, elderberry, angelina, vitamin C, ...
To strengthen the immune system: echinacea and prepared with royal jelly, reishi, shitake, propolis. There is also the cat's claw, vitamin C, and especially colloidal silver (very potent natural antibiotic).
Energetic: ginseng, guarana, thea matxa, ...

Aloe vera: with depurative, antibacterial, detoxifying properties, for digestive problems, gastritis, ulcers, ...
Ginger: very good as expectorant, for cough, flu, stomach upset, colic, gas, diarrhea, dizziness, to avoid vomiting and nausea (ideal in pregnancy).
Do not forget that for a good functioning of our organism it is very important to keep the bowel in good condition, as that is where we absorb everything what we drink and eat. Good regeneration of the intestinal flora is advised with a good supplement based on bifidus (non-dairy).

Medicinal plants can be obtained in many different ways. Concentrated extract, tablets, syrups for infusions, essential oils for aromatherapy and flower essences to treat emotions.
Ask us and we will advise you about the most suitable treatment for you.

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