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Nettle – Urtica Dioica

nettle healing properties

Nettle is a valuable herb of the Greek countryside, whose use for medicinal and therapeutic purposes has been widespread since antiquity. As we mention in the nettle collection, this herb is rich in vitamins and minerals, as well as in some ingredients that are rare and at the same time beneficial for the body, such as chlorophyll.

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Common Agrimony- Agrimonia Eupatoria

The agrimony, is one of the many native herbs of the Mediterranean countryside. From the Greek name we understand that among its many healing properties, agrimony is famous for its effectiveness in diseases of the upper respiratory system and throat.

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Herbs for detoxification

Best detoxifying herbs

The healthy functioning of our body and the avoidance of inflammation is primarily dependent on a balanced diet. In fact, the liver is the first organ that should take care to detoxify regularly.

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The 10 best herbs in the world

Best herbs in the world

As herbs are constantly gaining ground in therapies, investments in the production of pharmaceutical and cosmetic herbal preparations are increasing, as many people already find better treatment and prevention in herbal medicines. In any case, there are already many conventional medicines whose base is of plant origin.

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Mallow – Malva Sylvestris

Mallow health benefits

Mallow, as mentioned in the collection of the herb, contains abundant mucous substances, resulting in having emollient and soothing action. Either for internal use or for external use, mallow is ideal for gastritis, gastric ulcers, colic and stops vomiting.

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