Herbs for woman If you are suffering from female problems you can try out the alternative methods with herbs with minimal chemical side effects. Always seek professional care should your symptoms exists over a longer period. Dong quai the female herb Dong quai helps to balance female hormones. In order for it to be most … Continue reading Amazing female herbs with minimal chemical side effect
Spice it up with herbs, it is simple, easy and so tasty, by Lis Thorolvsen; Everyone knows how great it tastes and feels to eat fresh and clean, and growing your own herbs gives, even more, joy to the home cooking. It is simple, it is easy and it is so tasty. It is a … Continue reading Spice it up with herbs, it is simple, easy and so tasty
Written by Lis Thorolvsen A Greek botanist was the first to describe milk thistle’s healing properties, which is especially native to the Mediterranean region. This natural remedy has been used since the first century to help maintain proper liver function and is mostly known as a detox liver remedy. Milk thistle is shown to decrease, or even reverse … Continue reading Herbal lesson # 5 – Milk thistle your liver’s best friend. Make your own remedy.
Written by Lis Thorolvsen Garlic is first and foremost the natures antibiotics and has been known in the traditional medicine for hundreds of years. It is used frequently in cooking for its taste and is a common known ingredient worldwide. There is still many discussion whether garlic is a herb, spice or a vegetable, but … Continue reading Herbal lesson # 4 – Garlic the natures antibiotics and simply a super food
Ginsend can provide you that extra energy? Especially here in the winter month do we require that little extra energy boost and Ginseng can give you exactly that. Ginseng is one of the most popular herbal medicines in the world and has been used as treatments in Asia and North America for centuries. There are … Continue reading Hebal lessons # 3 – Ginseng the herb there fight against fatigue and support the body’s ability to handle stress
The sweet alternative to sugar Stevia has been used extensively in Japan since the 1970s when the Japanese banned and strictly regulated artificial sweeteners during the 1960s in order to avoid chemicals in their food, and it has since then been a valuable alternative to sugar and other artificial sweeteners such as aspartame i.e. NutraSweet and … Continue reading Herbal lesson # 2 – Stevia the alternative to sugar
Echinacea traditional Chinese medicine Traditional medicine is becoming more and more known in the western world and often a preferred alternative due to its milder side effect vs pharmaceutical drugs. Herbal medicine referring to using plants, seeds, berries, roots, leaves, bark, or flowers. Whole herbs contain many ingredients, and they may work together to produce … Continue reading Herbal lesson # 1 – Boost your immune system with Echinacea