Herbs and spices, in Botanologio you will explore all the healing and cosmetic properties that nature provides, the uses and their applications in alternative healing. Read precious information in our blog!
Geranium is a wonderful aromatic herb with a strong aroma that comes exclusively from its leaves and not from its lilac flowers. Its essential oil is powerful and highly curative, with many properties for the skin! Its Latin name is pelargonium capitatum with many species of the same family such as perlargonium graveolens.
Cinnamon has many applications in pharmacy, one of the herbs that we should to have permanently in our kitchen. Its antibacterial, antimicrobial and antiseptic properties make it useful in traumas and in fighting gingivitis. In cases of bad breath and toothache it is beneficial to use cinnamon infusion.
Chive is a perennial herb belonging to the same family as onion and garlic. Its resilience to drought and a wide variety of soil make chives a plant easy to cultivate, while it’s a herb that loves the sun.
Unique superfood, bee pollen is a natural food supplement that bees offer us besides royal jelly and of course honey. The nutritional value of pollen is invaluable, let alone its healing properties.
As we mention in the therapeutic properties of anise and nutritional value, anise belongs to the herbs that stand out as it offers many therapeutic and cosmetic properties along with many nutrients.