This herb is a beautiful, bright orange, aromatic flower that grows during the winter season. Actions of marigold: ant parasitic, blood purifier, calming, tonic, skin toner They use marigold against skin disorder, urinary problems, bleeding disorders, asthma, toothache, swelling, wounds, anal prolapse, rheumatism, earache and a few more. Marigolds powder, leaves, seeds, juice, flowers, roots and petals can all be used for different things. The leaves of it can be used just by throwing it in water and then drinking it. It helps with toothache. The herb doesn't have any side effects if it's taken in recommended dosage.
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Matricaria hamomilla/ Chamomilla officinalis
How effective is it?
Chamomile can deal with many health problems. It has proven itself for colds, fevers, coughs, runny noses and general weakening of the body. It is a great helper for indigestion and stomach ulcers. It helps with spasms and inflammatory diseases of the digestive system and acts against bloating and hemorrhoids. It is recommended for women with various gynecological problems. It is not only anti-inflammatory, but also antibacterial and diuretic. It relieves menstrual cramps and inflammation of the bladder. Last but not least, it gives the hair a healthy shine and rids the skin of impurities and acne. Interesting facts: It was known to the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans, and paleobotanical findings and archaeological excavations testify to the fact that peoples who inhabited Europe far before them came into contact with it, already in the Neolithic period (9,000-7,000 BC). It is interesting that distillation yields another medicinal product from chamomile - azulene (blue colored oil). Azulene is part of children's cosmetics because it has effects protecting children's skin from inflammation and various bacteria. Martin Cséry
WHAT IS PEPPERMINT? Peppermint is a hybrid species of mint: • It is a cross between watermint and spearmint This plant is now widely spread and cultivated in many regions of the world • It’s usually found in the wild • Peppermint was first found in 1753 by Carl Linnaeus from specimens that had been collected in England • It grows to be 30–90 cm (12–35 inch) tall. • The leaves can be 4–9 cm long . They are dark green with reddish veins. The flowers are purple 6–8 cm long. • Flowering season lasts from mid- to late summer. Peppermint is a fast-growing plant, once it sprouts, it spreads very quickly