Healing properties of Chamomile

Dasha Moskalenko

Tags airways, breathing, calming, health, relaxation, skin, stomach

Chamomile is a versatile herb. It has many healing properties that are useful for treating and aiding our body and mind.Its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial qualities make Chamomile helpful in healing the skin after burns and in the case of infected wounds. Chamomile infusion is soft on the skin and can be used to treat areas of our body where the skin is especially sensitive.A Chamomile infusion also helps to soften respiratory troubles like coughs and sore throat in a natural way. Regular use is a natural method to support the respiratory health.The antispasmodic properties of Chamomile help it aid digestion...

Kola nut an effective energy booster that burns off fat!

Dasha Moskalenko

Tags exhaustion, fatigue, weight loss

Kola nut is the fruit of the Kola tree that is native to the tropical rainforests of West Africa. The Kola tree has yellow flowers with purple spots and star shaped fruit. Kola nut contains three chemicals caffeine, kolanin and theobromine. All three are stimulants which make Kola nut an effective energy booster. In West Africa, Kola nut is often chewed ceremonially to relieve fatigue, exhaustion, and depression and to restore vitality. It is also used medically for diarrhea, weight loss, and migraine headaches.

Passionflower an herbal sedative

Dasha Moskalenko

Tags calmness, peaceful, relaxation, sedative, sleep, stress

Spanish explorers discovered Passionflower in Peru in 1500. Its shape reminded them of "the Passion" a Christian term describing the final period of Jesus Christ’s life, and gave it the name "Passionflower." Passionflower is an herbal sedative. It promotes calmness, relaxation, and sleep. It contains active ingredients that increase the levels of a chemical called gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the brain which decreases the activity of some brain cells making you feel relaxed. For a stronger infusion combine Passionflower with Damiana, Valerian or Lemon Balm.

Nutritious and Cleansing Violet (Viola tricolor)

Dasha Moskalenko

Tags anti-inflammatory, detox, immune system, skin

Violets originate in the temperate Northern Hemisphere and can also grow in Hawaii, Australasia, and the Andes in South America. They thrive in moist and slightly shaded conditions such as hedgerows. Violets have a deliciously sweet smell and are often an essential ingredient in expensive perfumes. Violets are rich in minerals and vitamins A and C. Add Violet flowers to dishes such as salads and steep the stems in hot water for a beneficial health infusion. Traditionally this herb was used to treat skin disease such as eczema and to calm bad tempers. It was also believed to be the...

Damiana (Turnera diffusa)

Dasha Moskalenko

Tags aphrodisiac, appetite, calming, concentration, damiana, libido, relaxation, sleep, stress

Damiana relates to the passionflower family. It is a small shrub with aromatic leaves that grows on dry, sunny, rocky hillsides in subtropic regions like South Texas, Southern California, Mexico, and Central America. Historically Damiana was used by the Aztecs and Mayans to relieve anxiety and nervousness and as an aphrodisiac. Damiana increases the flow of oxygen to the genital area which stimulates love making and contributes to a healthy sexual appetite in men and women. Damiana also affects the psyche calming the mind and producing a mild emotional uplift. It is used to support the mental well-being in case of...



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