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Herbs

Lemongrass

Lemongrass, also called citronella, is a tall, stalky plant. It has a fresh, lemony aroma and a citrus flavor. Lemongrass is also used as a folk remedy to promote sleep, relieve pain, and boost immunity. One of the most popular ways to enjoy lemongrass is in tea. It has antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, It may reduce your cancer risk, It may help promote healthy digestion, It may act as a diuretic, It may help reduce high systolic blood pressure, It may help regulate your cholesterol, It may help you lose weight.

You shouldn’t self-treat any condition with lemongrass tea or use it in place of your prescribed medications without your doctor’s approval.

Oregano

Oregano is considered a staple herb in many cuisines around the world. Though typically used in small amounts, oregano packs in some important nutrients. Just one teaspoon of dried oregano can fulfill about 8% of your daily vitamin K needs (1).

Oregano is high in antioxidants, which can help prevent damage by neutralizing disease-causing free radicals. Test-tube studies have found that oregano and its components may be effective against certain strains of bacteria. Oregano is high in antioxidants and contains compounds that have been shown to reduce cancer cell growth in some test-tube studies. Luckily, oregano is versatile, easy to add to your diet and can be incorporated into a wide variety of recipes in either fresh, dried or oil form.

Sage

Sage has a strong aroma and earthy flavor, which is why it’s typically used in small amounts. This green herb is available fresh, dried or in oil form  and has numerous health benefits. A small amount of sage packs 10% of your daily vitamin K needs. Sage also contains small amounts of magnesium, zinc, copper and vitamins A, C and E. Sage is loaded with antioxidants that are linked to several health benefits, including improved brain function and lower cancer risk. Sage may help reduce the intensity and frequency of menopause symptoms, such as hot flashes and irritability. Studies show that sage may improve memory, brain function and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease. Intake of sage and sage products have been shown to lower “bad” LDL cholesterol levels and raise “good” HDL cholesterol levels. This green spice is also easy to add to almost any savory dish. It can be enjoyed fresh, dried or as a tea.

Thyme

Thanks to its distinctive taste, thyme has remained a culinary staple to this day. But thyme is also fast gaining a reputation for its medicinal qualities, such as its ability to help treat acne and high blood pressure. Thyme is known for its antibacterial properties and it might have a future as an acne-fighting ingredient. Thyme essential oil, which is obtained from its leaves, is often used as a natural cough remedy. Getting all the vitamins your body needs every day can be challenging. Luckily, thyme is packed with vitamin C and is also a good source of vitamin A. If you feel a cold coming on, thyme can help get you back in good health.

Lemon Verbena (Louisa)

Lemon verbena is used for digestive disorders such as gas or diarrhea. Lemon verbena contains chemicals that might kill mites and bacteria, as well as chemicals that may reduce swelling (inflammation) and cause sleepiness.

Marjoram

It has long been used as an herbal medicine and contains several compounds that may offer health benefits. What’s more, marjoram has been shown to have several anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It has been used medicinally to help treat a variety of ailments, including digestive issues, infections, and painful menstruation. Fresh or dried leaves can be made into a tea or extract.

Stork’s-bill (Pelargonium graveolens)

The whole plant has astringent, galaktagogo and haemostatic properties. It is recommended in the form of herbal tea for the treatment of abnormal uterine bleeding and external bleeding, as well in order to increase milk production in nursing mothers. It is applied externally to the skin in the form of poultice against animals’ bites, skin inflammation, wounds and rashes. Also, leaves’ infusion has sudorific and diuretic properties, and it is used against typhoid fever, rheumatism and gout.

Basil

The plant is administered as analgesic, sedative and digestive in the form of herbal tea.

Saint John’s Wort (Hypericum)

Saint John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) was recognized as a traditional, folk medicine used topically for the treatment of wounds, abrasions, burns, sunburns and inflammatory skin disorders.

Its use in wound healing could be justified with its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and astringent effects.

Mallow (Malva Sylvestris)

The plant is administered in the form of infusion and herbal tea as emollient, expectorant, laxative, intestinal tonic and diuretic. The plant is applied externally in the form of poultice from the leaves and the flowers for the treatment of skin inflammations and insect bites. Also, it is recommended against diseases of the respiratory and digestive system, such as cough, bronchitis, constipation and gastroenteritis.

Mint

Throughout history, people have used different species of mint plants in medicine. Different types of mint plants offer a range of antioxidant qualities and potential health benefits, especially for people who have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Mint is a calming herb that people have used for thousands of years to help soothe an upset stomach or indigestion. Mint provides a refreshing taste that can make the mouth feel clean. It also has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, which can improve teeth and gum health.

Rosemary

Rosemary is a fragrant evergreen herb native to the Mediterranean. It is used as a culinary condiment, to make bodily perfumes, and for its potential health benefits. The herb not only tastes good in culinary dishes, such as rosemary chicken and lamb, but it is also a good source of iron, calcium, and vitamin B-6. It is typically prepared as a whole dried herb or a dried powdered extract, while teas and liquid extracts are made from fresh or dried leaves. The herb has been hailed since ancient times for its medicinal properties. Rosemary was traditionally used to help alleviate muscle pain, improve memory, boost the immune and circulatory system, and promote hair growth.

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus has a gum-infused bark, long stems, and circular leaves that are hard to digest if eaten whole. However, eucalyptus leaves can be made into a tea that’s safe for consumption. Additionally, the leaves can be made into essential oil for topical use or inhalation. Eucalyptus tea is a good source of these antioxidants and generally recognized as safe for adults. However, children are at high risk of eucalyptus toxicity and should get approval from a healthcare professional before drinking this tea.

Lavender

Lavender oil is believed to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to heal minor burns and bug bites. Research suggests that it may be useful for treating anxiety, insomnia, depression, and restlessness. Some studies suggest that consuming lavender as a tea can help digestive issues such as vomiting, nausea, intestinal gas, upset stomach, and abdominal swelling. The essential oils distilled from the Lavandula  genus of the lavender plant seemed to work by destroying the membranes of fungal cells.

Hibiscus

The flowers and leaves can be made into teas and liquid extracts that can help treat a variety of conditions. Hibiscus shows potential for cancer treatment and as a weight loss aid, along with other uses. There aren’t many studies in these areas, but some research suggests that anthocyanins may hold the key to hibiscus’ anticancer properties. Another recent study found that hibiscus extract might have an effect on metabolism, preventing obesity and fat buildup in the liver. The tropical plant has even been used successfully  as part of an herbal extract mixture to treat head lice.

Olive Tree Leafs

Olive leaf extract is a natural source of wellness with therapeutic properties that are:

  • gastroprotective (protects digestive system)
  • neuroprotective (protects central nervous system)
  • antimicrobial (inhibits microorganism growth)
  • anticancer (reduces risk of cancer)
  • anti-inflammatory (reduces risk of inflammation)
  • antinociceptive (reduces pain stimuli)
  • antioxidant (prevents oxidation or cell damage)
  • reduces cardiovascular risk, like atherosclerosis
  • lowers blood pressure
  • helps treats type 2 diabetes
  • supports weight loss
  • eliminates free radicals
  • boosts immunity
  • fights herpes
  • reduces inflammation
  • prevents cancer

Soaps

Hand made soaps made with organic Olive Oil and organic essential oils like:

Lavender, Oregano, Roses, Cinnamon, Hypericum etc.

Creams

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Hypericum Oil

Due to its therapeutic properties, hypericum oil is widely used in the treatment of shots and burns due to its healing, disinfecting and soothing action. In these cases, it is sufficient to apply the oil directly to the skin. It also performs effective action in cases of solar erythema.

Skin care

Thanks to its emollient action, hypericum oil is an excellent natural remedy for who suffer with dry skin and for those with psoriasis problems. hypericum oil is a cure for cracking, redness and cold cuts. Among anti-aging natural products, it is one of the most powerful in the industry: it is probably the most effective anti-wrinkle and anti-aging product that exists in nature.

Cosmetics

Teas

Orange Tea

Oranges, like many other citrus fruits, are famed for their vitamin C and antioxidant content. Tea, on the other hand, works as an anti-inflammatory, antihypertensive, and antioxidative.

Lemon Tea

Lemons are rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. They’ve been used for medicinal and beauty benefits for centuries, and were once thought to have healing powers and protect against poison. Today, lemons are a trendy weight loss aid believed to detoxify our bodies, but more research is needed to back up these claims. However, modern science supports many other health benefits of lemons. Drinking lemon tea is a refreshing way to get many important vitamins. It’s easy to prepare, hydrates your body, and is low in calories and sugar.

Lemongrass Tea

Lemongrass, also called citronella, is a tall, stalky plant. It has a fresh, lemony aroma and a citrus flavor. Lemongrass is also used as a folk remedy to promote sleep, relieve pain, and boost immunity. One of the most popular ways to enjoy lemongrass is in tea.

It has antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, It may reduce your cancer risk, It may help promote healthy digestion, It may act as a diuretic, It may help reduce high systolic blood pressure, It may help regulate your cholesterol, It may help you lose weight.

Thyme Tea

Thanks to its distinctive taste, thyme has remained a culinary staple to this day. But thyme is also fast gaining a reputation for its medicinal qualities, such as its ability to help treat acne and high blood pressure. Thyme is known for its antibacterial properties and it might have a future as an acne-fighting ingredient. Thyme essential oil, which is obtained from its leaves, is often used as a natural cough remedy. Getting all the vitamins your body needs every day can be challenging. Luckily, thyme is packed with vitamin C and is also a good source of vitamin A. If you feel a cold coming on, thyme can help get you back in good health.

Lemon Verbena Tea (Louisa)

Lemon verbena is used for digestive disorders such as gas or diarrhea. Lemon verbena contains chemicals that might kill mites and bacteria, as well as chemicals that may reduce swelling (inflammation) and cause sleepiness.

Stork’s-bills Tea (Pelargonium Graveolens)

The whole plant has astringent, galaktagogo and haemostatic properties. It is recommended in the form of herbal tea for the treatment of abnormal uterine bleeding and external bleeding, as well in order to increase milk production in nursing mothers. It is applied externally to the skin in the form of poultice against animals’ bites, skin inflammation, wounds and rashes. Also, leaves’ infusion has sudorific and diuretic properties, and it is used against typhoid fever, rheumatism and gout.

Roses Tea

Rose tea is an aromatic herbal beverage made from the fragrant petals and buds of rose flowers. It’s claimed to offer numerous health benefits. Rose tea is naturally caffeine-free and thus could be a great replacement for some of the more common hot caffeinated beverages. Staying hydrated is key to good health. Rose tea is primarily made up of water, and drinking it is a good way to increase your fluid intake, which may also aid weight loss. Rose tea is rich in polyphenols, such as gallic acid, anthocyanins, kaempferol, and quercetin. These antioxidants help neutralize free radicals and contribute to good health.

Jasmine Tea

Jasmine tea is high in polyphenols that act as antioxidants in your body. It also contains the powerful polyphenol EGCG, which is linked to many health benefits like reduced heart disease risk. Jasmine tea made from green tea may aid weight loss by boosting your metabolism. Jasmine tea polyphenols may help protect against heart disease by preventing LDL (bad) cholesterol from oxidizing and potentially clogging your arteries. Jasmine tea contains caffeine and L-theanine, which may help keep you more alert and vigilant. Plus, it may improve short-term memory. Drinking green tea — which is common bases for jasmine tea — has been linked to a lower risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.

Lavender Tea

Lavender oil is believed to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, which can help to heal minor burns and bug bites. Research suggests that it may be useful for treating anxiety, insomnia, depression, and restlessness. Some studies suggest that consuming lavender as a tea can help digestive issues such as vomiting, nausea, intestinal gas, upset stomach, and abdominal swelling. The essential oils distilled from the Lavandula  genus of the lavender plant seemed to work by destroying the membranes of fungal cells.

Sage Tea

Sage has a strong aroma and earthy flavor, which is why it’s typically used in small amounts. This green herb is available fresh, dried or in oil form and has numerous health benefits. A small amount of sage packs 10% of your daily vitamin K needs. Sage also contains small amounts of magnesium, zinc, copper and vitamins A, C and E.

Marjoram Tea

It has long been used as an herbal medicine and contains several compounds that may offer health benefits. What’s more, marjoram has been shown to have several anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It has been used medicinally to help treat a variety of ailments, including digestive issues, infections, and painful menstruation. Fresh or dried leaves can be made into a tea or extract.

Oregano Tea

Oregano is considered a staple herb in many cuisines around the world. It has a strong flavor and brings warmth to dishes, along with a hint of subtle sweetness. It can be found fresh, dried or as an oil, and all are said to have significant health benefits.

Though typically used in small amounts, oregano packs in some important nutrients. Just one teaspoon of dried oregano can fulfill about 8% of your daily vitamin K needs. From helping fight bacteria to reducing inflammation, studies have unearthed some of its impressive potential benefits.

Bitter Orange Tea

Bitter oranges have qualities similar to those of other citrus fruits but, above all, they contain synephrine, a substance that stimulates the metabolism. Bitter oranges, in fact, contain numerous active substances, one of which is synephrine, which helps burn fat and therefore has slimming qualities. The peel has been studied as a digestive aid, demulcent, tonic, and vascular stimulant; as an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antifungal agent; and for reducing cholesterol.

Carob Tea

Carob is a sweet and healthy substitute for chocolate. Using it for health benefits goes back 4,000 years to ancient Greece. You can eat carob pods when they’re fresh or dried, too. People who add carob to their diet have seen benefits like weight loss and decreased stomach issues.

Because carob is naturally sweet, it can help satisfy your sugar cravings. When cooking, you can substitute carob for chocolate in a 1-to-1 ratio. You can also substitute carob chips for chocolate chips. If you’re lactose-intolerant or choose to be vegan, carob is also a great dairy-free alternative.

Mandarin Tea

Mandarins, clementines, and oranges all boast impressive health benefits, and you may wonder whether they’re all variations of the same fruit. Mandarins belong to the Citrus genus. It’s believed they originated in ancient China, which is how they got their name. Their peel is deep-orange, leathery, and protects the sweet, juicy segments inside. Mandarins have an impressive nutritional profile, packing vitamin C, fiber, and other essential nutrients. Mandarins deliver beneficial plant compounds like antioxidants. They boost your health by strengthening your immune system and promoting a healthy gut.

Hibiscus Tea

The flowers and leaves can be made into teas and liquid extracts that can help treat a variety of conditions. Hibiscus shows potential for cancer treatment and as a weight loss aid, along with other uses. There aren’t many studies in these areas, but some research suggests that anthocyanins may hold the key to hibiscus’ anticancer properties. Another recent study found that hibiscus extract might have an effect on metabolism, preventing obesity and fat buildup in the liver. The tropical plant has even been used successfully  as part of an herbal extract mixture to treat head lice.

Olive Tree Leafs Tea

Olive leaf extract is a natural source of wellness with therapeutic properties that are:

  • gastroprotective (protects digestive system)
  • neuroprotective (protects central nervous system)
  • antimicrobial (inhibits microorganism growth)
  • anticancer (reduces risk of cancer)
  • anti-inflammatory (reduces risk of inflammation)
  • antinociceptive (reduces pain stimuli)
  • antioxidant (prevents oxidation or cell damage)
  • reduces cardiovascular risk, like atherosclerosis
  • lowers blood pressure
  • helps treats type 2 diabetes
  • supports weight loss
  • eliminates free radicals
  • boosts immunity
  • fights herpes
  • reduces inflammation
  • prevents cancer

These properties mean that olive leaf extract may help with weight loss, heart health, and herpes breakouts.

Tea mix-1  Relaxing

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Tea mix-2  Detox

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Tea mix-3  Well sleeping

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Tea mix-4 For weight loss

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Oregano

Oregano is considered a staple herb in many cuisines around the world. Though typically used in small amounts, oregano packs in some important nutrients. Just one teaspoon of dried oregano can fulfill about 8% of your daily vitamin K needs (1).

Oregano is high in antioxidants, which can help prevent damage by neutralizing disease-causing free radicals. Test-tube studies have found that oregano and its components may be effective against certain strains of bacteria. Oregano is high in antioxidants and contains compounds that have been shown to reduce cancer cell growth in some test-tube studies. Luckily, oregano is versatile, easy to add to your diet and can be incorporated into a wide variety of recipes in either fresh, dried or oil form.

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Sage

Sage has a strong aroma and earthy flavor, which is why it’s typically used in small amounts. This green herb is available fresh, dried or in oil form — and has numerous health benefits.

A small amount of sage packs 10% of your daily vitamin K needs. Sage also contains small amounts of magnesium, zinc, copper and vitamins A, C and E. Sage is loaded with antioxidants that are linked to several health benefits, including improved brain function and lower cancer risk.Sage may help reduce the intensity and frequency of menopause symptoms, such as hot flashes and irritability.Studies show that sage may improve memory, brain function and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.Intake of sage and sage products have been shown to lower “bad” LDL cholesterol levels and raise “good” HDL cholesterol levels.

This green spice is also easy to add to almost any savory dish. It can be enjoyed fresh, dried or as a tea.

Saint John’s Wort Oil (Hypericum Oil)

Saint John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum) was recognized as a traditional, folk medicine used topically for the treatment of wounds, abrasions, burns, sunburns and inflammatory skin disorders.

Its use in wound healing could be justified with its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and astringent effects.

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Essential Oils

Olive Oil

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