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Herbal Neck Wraps

Herbal Neck Wraps Source: Flickr Stiff neck and shoulder pains are the most common discomforts we experience after a long day’s work. If you spend your day facing your computer, chances are, you’ll experience neck pains and shoulder aches. These kinds of discomforts may also arise from stress and pressure we face every day. Massage…

Herbal Stop Smoking

Herbal Stop Smoking Smoking is a hard habit to get rid off. Nicotine, the colorless substance present in all tobacco products, is an extremely addictive drug, which makes it even harder for anyone to stop smoking. Now, we’re not saying this to discourage you from trying to stop smoking. Rather, this is merely to give…

Cumin Herbal

Cumin Herbal Slender and branched, Cumin herbal plant, or Cuminum cyminum, is one of the commonest spices used during the Middle Ages in Europe. It is native to Upper Egypt but was cultivated from the earliest times in Iran, China, India, Arabia, and in the countries around the Mediterranean region. The name “cumin” is actually…

Motherwort Herbal

Motherwort Herbal Motherwort is known in scientific circles as Leonurus cardiaca. This herbal plant is native to many parts of Europe, growing on banks and under hedges where the soil is gravelly or calcareous. Formerly, the motherwort herbal plant was grown for its medicinal purposes and it was most often found in country gardens. Today,…

Herbal muscle relaxant

Herbal muscle relaxant KWD: 11/420 = 2.61% Herbal muscle relaxant Herbal muscle relaxant serves as remedies for stiff joints and muscle aches. These herbal muscle relaxants are used as baths or compresses to cure chronic rheumatism and other external pains since time immemorial. You should consult your doctor before using herbs to avoid complications. Effective…

icinal Herbs – Maximizing the Use of Basil

Medicinal Herbs – Maximizing the Use of Basil Whenever we hear the word BASIL, we often associate it with food and recipes. True enough, this is one culinary herb that is widely used in Italian cuisine, not to mention, there are a number of Southeast Asian chefs, notably from Indonesia, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Taiwan,…

Basil – More Than A Kitchen Plant

Basil – More Than A Kitchen Plant Source: Flickr A universally known fact is that aromatherapy uses essential oils extracted from plants. One of the most commonly used essential oil in aromatherapy is that of Basil. Basil got its name from the Greek word “basileum” meaning “king”. Considered as "king among plants" as it was…

Rosemary Oil: Rosemary’s Many Faces

Rosemary Oil: Rosemary's Many Faces The characteristics of rosemary essential oil can be described as a colorless or pale yellow mobile liquid with a strong, fresh, minty-herbaceous scent and a woody-balsamic undertone. It blends well with lavender, oregano, thyme, pine, basil, peppermint, elemi, cedarwood, petitgrain, cinnamon and other spice oils. The principal constituents of rosemary…

Irritable Bowel Syndrome 1

Irritable Bowel Syndrome 1 Diagnosis and Treatments for Irritable Bowel Syndrome Knowledge on the nature of a condition helps us provide better treatment options. While doctors don't know exactly the complexities that envelope Irritable Bowel Syndrome, we know for a fact that it may be due to irregularities in the spasms of the intestinal tract…

Chamomile

Chamomile The term “chamomile” is commonly heard in different infocommercials today. But did you know that chamomile is a medicinal herb? Yes, it is. In fact, chamomile is one of the safest medicinal herbs, that it is a tender relaxant with comforting effect. It has been demonstrated from different studies that chamomile works for various…

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