Reflexology and Integrative Medicine

Herbs = Herbs

There is no kitchen that does not star herbs of one kind or another. They give flavor, color, aroma and enrich many dishes and dishes.

In addition to their culinary contribution, herbs also have another side that may not be known to everyone. Herbs are used as excellent herbs for a variety of symptoms and medical problems.

To get the most out of herbs both culinary and medicinal, use organic herbs, free of pesticides and sprays.

The next time you have a symptom or a medical problem, try to get rid of the herbs in your kitchen before you run to the medicine cabinet.

So what do herbs help as herbs?

Parsley – Drinking a parsley infusion is very helpful in treating urinary tract infections and kidney function. – A wonderful substitute for toothpaste – A light chew of parsley leaves refreshes the mouth. – Placing crushed parsley under the eyes, helps treat dark circles, reduce swelling and lighten the skin. – Parsley contains iron in large quantities and helps to fill the iron stores in the body.

Coriander – Eating coriander seeds helps relieve abdominal pain. – Gargling of coriander infusion reduces pain in the mouth. – To eliminate a headache, grind coriander leaves and massage them on the forehead. – Drinking squeezed coriander juice helps lower fast heart rate. The use of coriander helps in the removal of heavy metals (such as mercury) from the body as well as aiding in sinusitis problems.

Basil – Eating basil leaves improves the function of the digestive system and helps in cases of constipation and diarrhea. Placing crushed basil leaves on mosquito and insect bites helps soothe the area and reduce the effect and damage of the bite on the body.

Oregano – a highly effective disinfectant against parasites and fungi and is also used to treat skin itching problems. – Applying warm “bandages” of oregano leaves, soothes muscle aches and reduces swelling.

Dill – used for sedation and sleep. Dip dill in boiling water and drink.

Mint – Used as a mild anesthetic thanks to menthol, the active ingredient in the plant. Place crushed mint leaves on a sore area to bring relaxation. Drinking an infusion of mint leaves helps relieve flatulence, pain and bloating. In addition, infusion of mint leaves lowers fever and helps in cases of nausea and vomiting. – Mice dislike the smell of mint, which makes it in addition to all also a preventive pesticide against them.

Sage – Helps heal wounds and treat eye infections. Place crushed sage leaves on the wound or a cartilage for inflamed eyes. – To treat mouth sores and sore throats, soak sage leaves in boiling water for a few minutes and gargle with them.

Rosemary – Used as an effective substance for strengthening and renewing hair as well as for treating dandruff. Boil a handful of rosemary leaves in about 2 cups of water and after cooling, wash your hair with them. – A higher dose of rosemary in solution, will be used as an anti-lice treatment. – Use of rosemary in food, helps in the rehabilitation and cleansing of the liver.

Mustard leaves – Laying a mustard leaf as a cartilage, will cleanse the skin of redness and help eliminate subcutaneous hemorrhages. – A number of mustard chopped in food help with anemia, menstrual cramps and constipation.

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