Following the first part, we will analyze the fat-soluble vitamins and their contribution to our body!
The horsetail herb is unique, from the multiplication and form, to the many therapeutic properties that it has. Horsetail overcomes many herbs in the healing properties and nutrient content for the body, but in addition there are many side effects that you must keep in mind before use.
It may not be included among the herbs, but deservedly, pine could take a place among the beneficial foods you should add to our daily diet.
The figs are not considered herbs, but are very popular mainly for their nutritional value and their antioxidant activity. It is therefore an ideal food for weak or anemic bodies. They offer a great variety of vitamins and are energizing and very tasty!
The mastic tree is one of the many Greek favorite herbs, with special aroma and important therapeutic properties. Besides the strong anti-inflammatory action, the mastic is antimicrobial, antibacterial, and works as a natural painkiller. The healing property however, that makes it special, is the strong antioxidant and anticancer action.