Phytodermatitis and Aromatic Plants Phytodermatitis is caused by an allergic, irritating, or severe reaction to contact with plants. Just as some essential oils are known to cause photosensitivity, some plants have the ability to be either/both a phytodermatitis reactor and...
05 Uses for Aromatic Plants As September draws to a close, it’s natural to think about the harvest, and fruits of our labors over the summer in the aromatic garden. Although some aromatic plants have already faded back until next...
The Aromatic Still Room As I begin work on converting an old workshop on my property into my very own aromatic still room, I began to think about the origins of the still room and how various versions of it...
Herbal Chinese medicine: an efficient treatment for various diseasesChinese medicine has become extremely popular in the past years, even if its techniques have been used for thousands of years. Patients and even doctors all around the world have started...
Phytotherapy Complementary medicine in spotlight in 21st century  Phytotherapeutic practices have grown to be a far more popular issue in the technological world within the last 60 years. Actually, treatment with herbal treatments has a brief history dating back again to...
Honey and Cinnamon RemedyThe blend of honey and cinnamon has been utilized both in oriental and Ayurvedic medicine for hundreds of years. Cinnamon is among the oldest spices recognized to mankind and honey's recognition has continued throughout history. The 2...
Black Nigel Oil, A natural remedyNigel oil obtained of  Nigel plant (Nigella Sativa), also known as black cumin, is an aromatic plant of the Ranunculaceae family. It is a medicinal plant about 30 to 60 cm Whose oil has...
Phytotherapy: How to use Plants or Parts of Plants?Although there are currently many plants extracts in the form of food supplements that have the triple advantage of being easy to take, of not requiring any preparation effort, and often...
Impressive Benefits of RosemaryRosemary Scientific Name: Rosmarinus officinalis Common names: Rosemary officinal, herb with crowns, grass with troubadours, incense, a tree of Mary, Rose of Sea, Rose of sailors, Roumaniou in Provençal English Name: Rosemary Botanical Classification: Family of Lamiaceae or liabées (Lamiaceae) Forms...
The Most Powerful Olive Oil for your HealthDear Friends of Health, when I was little, with my brothers and sisters we accompanied Some Sundays our father, originally Of the Cevennes, near Uzès in the Gard, to recover Olive oil intended for the...
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