dyspepsia

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

RELIABLE REPUTATION OF TORMENTILLA

RELIABLE REPUTATION OF TORMENTILLA />
Potentilla erecta is a perennial herb, 15 to 50 cm height. Rhizome is cylindrical, woody, short, almost horizontal, unevenly thickened, curved or straight. Stem is erect, branching on top. Leaves are alternate, have a wedge-oblong shape, serrate; basal leaves are trifoliate or fivefold on long petioles; stem leaves are trifoliate, sessile. Flowers are solitary, small, 1.5-2.5 cm in diameter; axillary or apical on thin, rather long pedicels, with four golden-yellow petals. read more

POWERFUL PROPERTIES OF OREGON GRAPE

POWERFUL PROPERTIES OF OREGON GRAPE />
The roots include isoquinoline alkaloids (berberine, hydrastin, berbamin), palmitin, zinc, copper, silicon, manganese, sodium. There are tannins, flavonoids, pectins, organic acids and some microelements (potassium, copper, zinc, etc.) in the bark and branches of the plant. read more

MEDICINAL USES OF ANGELICA

MEDICINAL USES OF ANGELICA />
Decoction of the rhizome is used for flatulence, gastrointestinal diseases, hypoacid gastritis, biliary dyskinesia, colds, bronchitis, laryngitis, pneumonia, as a diuretic, bactericidal and expectorant. Tincture is used to increase appetite and improve digestion, enhance motor and secretory bowel function. The extract is used as an antispasmodic and sedative for spasms of organs with smooth muscles. read more

MY FIRST MEETING WITH PEPPERMINT AND GINGER

MY FIRST MEETING WITH PEPPERMINT AND GINGER />
I prefer to have a cup of peppermint tea from time to time when I feel bad, when there’s a need to cure my dyspepsia and stimulate my appetite. The reasons for drinking ginger tea are almost the same, but as well I can put some fresh ginger and ginger powder to my mouth-watering, healthy, vegan food. The rich, strong smell is very healthful and I am delighted with the flavors and aroma. read more