10 plants that help take care of our body

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10 plants that help take care of our body

As much as science evolves, it is convenient that we do not disdain the wonderful properties that nature offers us. Although it is true that for serious ailments it is important to resort to the doctor, the well-known pharmacy of the grandmother is very useful at the time of taking care of our organism and keeping it healthy and strong.

For millennia, man has been rehearsing with plants, and much of what was noted as effective has been demonstrated today by science itself.

What we have clear is that resorting to this type of natural aids, will be something beneficial, that’s why we wanted to select infusions of 10 plants that help care for the body.

Fennel

Eliminates gas, decreases nausea, digestive, helps to lose weight and purifies the kidneys.

Elder

Soothing, digestive and depurative.

Green Tea

Anti-oxidant, depurative, helps to lose weight and promotes blood circulation.

Dandelion

It purifies the blood, it is anti-inflammatory and promotes intestinal transit.

Horse tail

Especially good for purging congested lungs.

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Thyme

Depurative, soothing and digestive.

Strawberry leaves

Depurative and diuretic (regulates uric acid levels).

Milk thistle

Cleanses the liver and gallbladder

Aloe vera

Eliminates toxins, protects the intestines and prevents constipation.

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Artichoke

Cleans the liver and removes impurities from the body.

These are just some of the plants that can help you stay healthy. We insist that they are only supplements of modern medicine and that if we have any serious ailments we should go to the doctor. We hope that you encourage to try some.

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 80 percent of the world’s population still uses traditional remedies, including plants, as a primary tool for health care.
Most new drugs (70 percent) presented in the United States are derived from natural products, mainly plants
Ginger can relieve headaches, joint pain, motion sickness and nausea, while lavender is a fungicide with relaxing properties
Garlic is antibacterial and antiviral and can help stimulate immune functions, while peppermint is a decongestant and can help clear the respiratory tract.

Before there were modern medicine and its pharmacopeia of synthetic medicines, there were plants, and ancient civilizations knew how to use them strategically to treat common ills, and even, even deadly diseases.

The ancient Egyptian papyrus of Ebers, a scroll of the year 1550 a.C. of more than 100 pages, contains 700 medicinal herbs and how to use them. The Hippocratic Greek treaty of the sixteenth century BC also details the use of herbal medicine.1

Later, during the 1800s and early 1900s, the knowledge of herbal medicine passed down from generation to generation. Commonly, the woman of the house knew well the use of the curative herbs and served like a familiar doctor, not only to treat the diseases, but also to prepare herbal tonics and other remedies.

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 80 percent of the world’s population still uses traditional remedies, including plants, as a primary tool for health care.2 Most of the new drugs (70 percent) presented in the United States are derived from natural products, mainly plants.3

Unfortunately, in the United States, veneration for the use of medicinal plants in daily life has been lost for a long time. But if you are interested in using natural remedies to support your health, you will find that many of them are at your fingertips.

 

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