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  • Herbs healing properties

    Therapeutic herbs

    Healing herbs
    Learn about the nutritional and healing value of the herbs, and how the daily consumption prevents and heals!

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  • Collecting herbs

    Collecting Herbs

    How to collect your herbs!
    Learn how to distinguish and collect healing herbs!

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    Herbs

    Herbal secrets!
    Learn valuable health and wellness secrets hidden in herbs

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  • Herbs at cosmetics

    Natural cosmetics

    Herbs at cosmetics!
    All the beneficial natures properties for skin, hair and nails

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With the help of botanologio you will explore all the therapeutic and cosmetic properties have the herbs and spices from around the world possess, their uses and their applications in alternative treatments!

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How to collect mint
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How to collect mint

Mint is a native greek herb that is divided into different species that differ mainly in foliage. It has shoots with height of 30 to 80 cm and thrives in cool areas. The overground part of the plant contains essential oil. It is a medicinal, aromatic and bee-feeding plant.

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Chamomile cosmetic applications
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Chamomile cosmetic applications

Chamomile, mainly because of its soothing effect, is a herb ideal for all types of skin, from infancy, and cover a wide range of beneficial effects on the skin and hair!

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Chamomile, how to collect
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Chamomile, how to collect

Chamomile is herbaceous and one-year herb, especially widespread in the Greek countryside, with a characteristic, intense aroma!

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Rosemary – Rosmarinus Officinalis
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Rosemary – Rosmarinus Officinalis

Rosemary is a herb antidepressant and highly antioxidant for our body, ideal for stimulating the nervous and lymphatic system. It detoxifies the vital organs and helps to improve the functioning of the circulatory system. It is thought to have strong anticancer activity, protecting the body from free radicals and from forming cancer cells.

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Lavender: what it is, how to grow & harvest
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Lavender: what it is, how to grow & harvest

Lavender belongs to the genus Lavandula and is an evergreen Mediterranean herb, which is cultivated in sunny, airy areas with alkaline soil and good drainage.

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