Benefits of #allspice #tea

Benefits of #allspice #tea
The allspice is a myrtle tree most commonly found in Jamaica. It gets its name from the unique combination of aromas in its fruit, a blending of the tastes of cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg with just a little peppery heat. Gram for gram, the antioxidant content of allspice is greater than most other berries, fruits, ...

Chlorella and how to use it #herbs

Chlorella vulgaris  Origin: Japan Old wives tales: Common uses: Immunity boosting algae. Is a fresh water, single-celled algae. Chlorella emerged over 2 billion years ago, and was the first form of a plant with a well-defined nucleus only discovered in the 19th century by modern man. Studies conducted on chlorella show that it can be ...

Using Arnica to treat bruises?

Arnica is a yellowish flower that has been used for 100s of years in human history to reduce inflammation, especially muscle inflammation. Herbalists have used this to treat sprains and bruises.   Arnica oils and creams are used topically to treat sprains, bruises, and muscle pain. Diluted tinctures of arnica are used in foot baths ...

The benefits of #Curry Leaf

Murraya koenigii  Old wives tales: Origin: India, Ayurvedic medicine Common uses: Curry Leaf has been used in Asian countries for anti-nausea, as an analgesic, astringent, anti-dysenteric, antioxidant, to reduce fever, lower blood pressure, hypoglycemic, for improvement of vision, to treat night-blindness, and for regulation of fertility. A paste can be made with the leaves, bark, ...

Medicinal uses of #Chrysanthemum Flowers

Medicinal uses of #Chrysanthemum Flowers
Chrysanthemum Flowers   Chrysanthemum morifolium Origin: China Old wives tales: Traditional Chinese Medicine uses this herb to corrects imbalances in liver and kidney function that cause blurred vision, dizziness, dry red eyes, excessive tearing, or spots in front of the eyes. Chrysanthemum is also used to treat headaches accompanying infection, carbuncles, furuncles, and vertigo. Wild chrysanthemum ...

Honeysuckle Flower #herbs

Honeysuckle Flower #herbs
Lonicera japonica Origin: China, Traditional Chinese medicine Common uses: In Traditional Chinese medicine, honeysuckle flowers are among the important herbs for clearing heat and relieving toxicity. Traditionally combined with mint for rashes or outbreaks on the skin following nervous tension, and with scutellaria to treat boils.   Warnings: Avoid when there is chronic diarrhea caused ...

What is Birch leaf and how can you use it to cleanse? 1

Birch leaf teas relieve bladder and kidney infections by acting as a diuretic, effectively flushing the infectious microorganisms out of the body. For best results, you should also take unsweetened cranberry or blueberry juice. Don’t use birch leaf if you are already taking another diuretic, especially if you are taking Lasix (furosemide). Find this herb ...

Cacao Nibs for kids. #herbal #tea A healthier option to sugar and preservative filled products. 4

Large cut pieces are ideal for herbal tea. Steep 1 tsp in cup of hot water 2-5 minutes. Add to your favorite tea or herb for a unique flavor. Couples well with teas, peppermint, lemongrass and spearmint. Preferred alternative to sugary children’s drinks. Add to spearmint and stevia for kids. Cacao beans and nibs contain ...

Try this Brazilian herb #tea4skin

  Paullinia cupana Origin: Brazil, Native American herbal medicine   Common uses: Guarana is rich in antioxidants, and is thought to help strengthen the heart, clean the blood and cool the body down.   Warnings: Anyone who has been advised to avoid coffee should avoid guarana, though it is rated GRAS by the FDA (generally ...

benefits of Lovage #herbs

Lovage is primarily used as a diuretic that helps relieve difficult urinary problems, clear gravel and stones from the kidneys and eliminate excess retained water. It is also a bittersweet aromatic that is used to relieve Colic, indigestion and flatulence. It is also used to relieve bad breath. At Supple Skin Boutique you will find ...