Herbs as mentioned in the first part, have the ability to multiply their healing power when combined properly. Also to be neutralized when the combinations are not suitable and competition is created between the herbs. So let’s see below successful combinations of herbs and essential oils for the desired results!
As winter season takes place, it doesn’t mean your gardening efforts have to come to a halt. In fact, winter can be an excellent time to cultivate herbs that thrive in colder temperatures. These hardy plants not only add a burst of flavor to your winter recipes but also contribute to a vibrant and aromatic garden. In this article, we’ll explore some of the best winter herbs to cultivate, ensuring a year-round green thumb experience.
The saffron, also known in Greece as crocus of Kozani, is one of the native herbs of southern and eastern Europe and western Asia. As you already know, there are many native species of saffron in Greece, while it prefers the semi-mountainous areas. As it is a bulbous plant, it is a perennial and can reach a height of up to 25 cm.
The cosmetic action of St john’s worts is quite limited mainly due to the photosensitivity that characterizes it. The oil and any cream containing its oil, should be used only at night to avoid skin irritation.
They are constantly gaining ground, and are herbs that have multiple functions but without a clear healing property, while they are usually considered aphrodisiac. Adaptogens are powerful anti-aging, which offer well-being to the human body, while having the ability to balance the various bodily functions. To be precise, an adaptogen helps the body adapt to the pressures of daily life, whether the pressure depends on the individual or external factors.