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  • Elecampane

    Useful properties of elecampane lie in the substances found in its root and rhizome. Among them are various resins, wax, from one to three percent of essential oil in the form of crystals, vitamin E, saponins, up to forty-four percent of the polysaccharide inulin, as well as mucus. The decoction obtained from the rhizomes and […]

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  • Sagebrush

    Even the ancient Greek philosopher Xenophanes wrote about her in his writings. Over the entire history of the existence of wormwood, about 400 of its species have been bred. The most popular type is bitter wormwood. The plant has a straight stem, about 1.5 meters high, with leaves and yellow (sometimes reddish) flowers. In the […]

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  • Ivan tea narrow-leaved

    Ivan tea narrow-leaved was appreciated in Russia not only for the taste of the drink made from it, but also for the benefits that Ivan tea brings. A balanced combination of vitamins and minerals has a beneficial effect on the body. The beneficial properties of Ivan tea have been known for a long time, many […]

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    Healing teas
  • Fly agaric

    Fly agaric for use in impotence, painful menstruation, sexual arousal and irritation of the genitals. Oddly enough, but fly agaric is used for flies in the eyes, decreased vision, conjunctivitis, inflammation of the edge of the eyelids, myopia and cataracts. Ear pain, itching, and swelling of the ears can also be treated with amanita preparations.

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  • Sage

    Salvia (the Latin name for sage) is a large genus of shrub plants. By the way, as for the original name of the sage, it comes from the Latin word salvere (from Latin “to be healthy”). Descriptions of the use of this plant remain in the records of many Greek and Roman physicians. Hippocrates, in […]

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  • Chaga — birch mushroom

    What is chaga?Chaga is a parasitic mushroom. It grows on birch trunks, destroys them and spoils the quality of the wood. Another name for chaga is tinder fungus. You can recognize it by its color: it is black on the outside and orange-yellow at the break. Tinder fungus, although it is called a birch fungus, […]

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  • Tea of ​​Sagan-Daile

    Beneficial features: Natural energetic and biostimulant. There are many tannins (tannins) in the bark and leaves, which have bactericidal properties — they are effective in relieving inflammation, healing burns, and treating gastrointestinal diseases. Tea is rich in glycosides (rutin, myricetin) — they reduce blood clotting and have a beneficial effect on capillaries, improve the functioning […]

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  • CALENDULA the WIZARD

    It is good for eyesight, reduces harm from constant work with a computer. It has a good effect on the nervous system, use it very much during menopause. Helps with colds, improves the tone of the body, helps in the fight against dermatitis and skin ailments. It has a brightening effect on the skin when […]

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    Healing teas