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I-health with natural herbs.

Medicinal plants

Acanthus

  • Heradeum spondylium
  • Plant with white flowers, big size, it grows in wet climate.

Activated charcoal

  • The vegetable that absorbs gaz.Charcoal is obtained by carbonisation, it is activated by second passage at high temperatures.Its absorption is reinforced.

Agrimonia

  • Agrimonia eupatoria
  • Herb plant from woods and, with yellow fowers and hooked fruits.

Alburnum

  • Tilia sylvestris
  • Liver relief plant External part of the trunk and branches of a tree, the tile, under the bark, formed by cells ligneuses alive where the sap flow, and heart of wood ( duramen) dries and is brown.

Alchemilla

  • Alchemilla vulgaris
  • Plant with cut leaves and little yellow flowers.

Alkekengi

  • Physalis alkekengi
  • Ornemental plant from "Physalis" species, called also alquequenje. Plant with yellow flowers and red fruits.

Aloe

  • Aloe ferox
  • For occasional constipationPlant with "succulent" leaves can be 3 m high.

Angelica

  • Angelica archangelica
  • Intestine comfortIt has a thick root with an essential beneficient oil over digestive system. It favours bile discharge and helps the digestion.Aromatic plant which stems and petals are used in confectionery.

Angustifolia

  • Curcuma longa
  • Plant which rhizome is used as seasonning.

Anise

  • Pimpinella anisum
  • Fragant plant cultivated by its akenes. We extract a scented essence to parfum some alcoholic beverage. "Anise" fruit from Badiane.

Anise capsule

  • Pimpinella anisum
  • Plant which especies (fennel, cumin, star anise) are used for its aroma and as medicins.

Artemisa

  • Artemesia vulgaris
  • feminine disorders plantFragant plant.

Ash tree

  • Fraxinus excelsior
  • Diuretic virtues plant.Tree from template forests, hard, resistant and soft colour wood It is. Max. 40 m high.
The small tip of the day

If you want to help your body feel better and better.
Take the time to note the care techniques for later use in prevention of various symptoms.