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Essential OilsItems 52Essential oils through distillation, the most common and natural process for years! Essential oils, either individually or in mixtures, are ideal for the skin, colds, headaches etc. Apart from the wonderful aroma that they grant us, they also have healing properties - benefits. Some of the main therapeutic properties of essential oils are:Analgesic , anti-inflammatory , antitoxic , congestive Immunostimulant , hormonal Antiseptic, antibacterial , antiviral , antifungal Deodorant Expectorant Insecticidal, repellent Healing Anticonvulsive , digestive , diuretic Relaxing , sedative , antidepressant
HerbsItems 129There’s no denying that we’re all slowly going back to nature. And I mean that literally. People nowadays are starting to live simpler and healthier by going back to the basics. How basic? Well, a lot of people turning to herbs as an alternative way of healing.Herbal medicine has been around for centuries. According to Steven Chasens, an herbalist, “Herbal medicine has been used as kitchen medicine for thousands of years, and while our body’s response to these natural treatments has not changed, we now have more global choices than ever.”That means that we now have more access to healthy herbs than we did before. This is definitely a good thing.
What Is an Herb?Herbs and spices get mixed up a lot. So to set them apart, let’s first define each. Herbs are simply the leaves of a plant. That’s it.Spices come from the roots, bark, or seeds. So basically, any part of a plant that is not a leaf is automatically considered a spice.Some plants have both. Take the cilantro plant, for example. The herb here is called the cilantro (leaves). The spice is called coriander (the seeds of the cilantro plant).
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