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The natural sedative for anxiety, stress and restlessness

Saturday, May 12th, 2012

The anxiety, restlessness, mood were very common in the western world and to all ages, at all times. Often the excess brightness is a problem which occurs naturally in children and not just a proper education.

The anxiety instead occurs with different symptoms from adolescence onwards, excess stress due to study or to work, and the inability to sustain strong emotions, a disappointment in love. The anxiety-provoking situations must be prevented and treated quickly were anxious to avert more serious disease risks, such as anxiety, apathy, and depression.


Every day each individual earns its tranquility through a delicate process. Inner peace is a duty to him, thinking to their support and caring for your physical wellbeing, and toward others, demonstrating respect and love for people and the environment that surrounds us.

Sometimes the goodwill is not enough and the excitement grows causing discomfort. In these cases you can contact some soothing substances the word sedative derives from “sit”, i.e. to sit, be quiet, and this star is the intent of many natural remedies that come directly from the plant world. (more…)

Aloe Cure is effective

Sunday, March 4th, 2012

To heal with aloe is a trend that is going increasingly consolidating in recent times, and it is no coincidence then, if lots of supplements and many wellness products dedicated to contain this precious natural substance.

aloe vera for stretch marks

The aloe, better known as aloe vera is a plant belonging to the family of aloacee, which since ancient times has been often cultivated by different populations because they were known at the time, some of its beneficial and curative properties. (more…)

Naturopathy: health and wellness

Thursday, October 27th, 2011


What is naturopathy? Can we really find benefit from this alternative medicine?

First things first, want to feel good, get to our well being, is not always achievable. What do you do to treat disorders and other problems that ruin the quality of our lives? The naturopathy might have the answers you’re looking for.

This alternative medicine is not the primary intent to treat the discomfort or pain, you’re facing, and naturopathy goes searching for the causes that generated it. (more…)

Aromatherapy: health effects

Thursday, October 13th, 2011


The aroma belongs to ATR branch of alternative medicine, healing or just a method, alternative medicine commonly known and applied. Its use in the medical and healing dates back to antiquity, and since then, has always supported, albeit with reluctance and doubt about its usefulness, the medicine that we know well.

With the Aromatherapy is defined as a healing method that sees the use of essential oils, which would be extracted from their rejuvenating and therapeutic qualities, while maintaining inviolate that contain all the qualities in nature. (more…)

Homeopathy Menopause: Alternative remedies to better enjoy this stage

Saturday, October 8th, 2011

More and more women who choose to undertake a successful treatment of homeopathy for menopausal women, in order to address effectively the little physical discomfort will usually involve at this stage of life.

Homeopathy Menopause

Menopause corresponds to the loss of fertility, and generally presents between the ages of 40 and 45 years, although we can not exclude certain advances or delays.

It is a completely natural stage of life, which, however, involves some discomfort such as localized pain, abdominal bloating, osteoporosis, joint pain, and even hot flashes. (more…)

Anise, a medicinal herb great benefits

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

Anise is an herb of the oldest, and is known for its benefits to the digestive and respiratory apparatus, besides being an excellent complement to deal with stress and nervous conditions.

anise, a medicinal herb great benefits

Anise Nuts provide a spectacular touch as this plant is due to its aromatic presence of anethole, a compound that is also beyond its particular aroma, a sweet taste. It is proven that anethole has more sweetening power than sugar.

This compound also present in other plants such as fennel, tarragon and basil, and are widely used in cooking, especially in Spain, there are bagels and rolls characteristics of anise, and in England, aniseed balls are made inside which keeps part of the whole fruit of this plant, as well as other countries where everyone has their own recipe for baked goods with this plant with many benefits. (more…)

How to Cure with Mallow

Saturday, August 20th, 2011


The mallow is a plant widely used in the territory. Since ancient times was well known and is used as a vegetable to be eaten together with meat, is that it lends itself as a medicine to treat various diseases: from toothache to dysentery; from cough to inflammation of the skin.

The Mallow grows wild in meadows and pastures in the mountains. Stem from a branch of the branches with leaves and have wavy edges are rough to the touch; the flowers, as well as being very beautiful, or at most have whitish purple. The most typical use, and renowned healing is the infusion which is obtained using the flowers (5 oz) or leaves (10 oz). It’s effective remedy against cough, constipation and stomach pains. (more…)

How to Cure The Black Poplar

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

Black Poplar

The black poplar, and a large shrub that is found mainly in Europe and South Asia. The name by which the botanists call this tree ‘”Populus nigra” and belongs to the family of Salicaceae. In herbal medicine, generally use the bark and buds.

In fact, if you look at the bark turns out to be full of many rich and precious ingredients. We find many glycosides such as salicin, the populoside, totally abandons the typical plant, and also Populin. There are also many other substances such as tannins, benzoic acid and a rich essential oil. (more…)

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