gastrointestinal

UNIQUE PROPERTIES OF CELANDINE

UNIQUE PROPERTIES OF CELANDINE />
The plant is found in light and shady broadleaf forests among bushes, less often in light coniferous forests, in groves and coastal shrubs. Celandine grows predominantly on nitrogen-rich soils. The ants that use seeds for food and carry them over long distances contribute to the widespread use of Celandine. read more

CLOSER LOOK AT MAYAPPLE OR AMERICAN MANDRAKE

CLOSER LOOK AT MAYAPPLE OR AMERICAN MANDRAKE />
North American Indians actively used Wild Mandrake as an emetic, anthelmintic and laxative remedy. There is a historical fact that North American Indians wore dried pieces of rhizomes of Mayapple around their necks, as an amulet. There is also evidence of the use of parts of Wild Mandrake to commit suicide. read more

NO MUD, NO LOTUS

NO MUD, NO LOTUS />
A large number of active substances stipulates useful properties of this flower. The leaves of the plant contain flavonoids, leucoanthocyanidins and alkaloids; rhizomes are rich in tannins, starch, resin, and rubber and vitamin C are present in all parts of the lotus. Remedies from this curative plant are able to stimulate the human immune system thanks to the high concentration of vitamin C. Different types of this natural medicine contain protein, manganese, copper, sugar, oils, useful macro- and microelements. read more

Allspice (Pimenta Dioica) Tincture

Allspice (Pimenta Dioica) Tincture />
Allspice, also known as Jamaica pimenta, Turkish yenibahar, Pimenta, Myrtle Pepper is the unripe and dried fruit of a midcanopy tree which is native to Southern Mexico, Central America and the Greater Antilles. The tree is now cultivated in several warm regions of the world. Allspice was coined as a name by the English in 1621 as he thought that this fruit is the combination of nutmeg, cloves and ... read more