Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) is used in many South American countries, widely used, and is there and plenty to drink. Its caffeine content makes it a pleasant stimulating beverage, commonly drunk in summer, enjoy chilled. Content: 100 g
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The diaphoretic effect of the lime blossom to help with a cold. The shade of the Linden tree is considered by many as the village centre, in the summer of buzz, your flowers full of bees and bumblebees. As a medicinal plant in both summer and winter, Linde is known since the middle ages. Content: 100 g
Lungwort with its blue to purple flowers can be found on many spring meadows and forest clearings. In folk medicine it is used for respiratory diseases, but it is hardly used in official phytotherapy Contents: 100 g
A tea made from raspberry leaves has a tart and herbaceous taste. The dried leaves of the raspberry are often used by midwives to prepare for birth, but are also used as home remedies for other aspects of gynecology. Content: 100g
The Echinacea plant is a wonderful Garden. Also as a medicinal herb Echinacea is very popular. At the end of the 19th century. Century, a researchers brought the medicinal plant from North America to Germany. Content: 100 g
The diverse varieties of basil can be found in numerous kitchens around the world as a condiment. In ancient times it was still decried as an unlucky herb, today it is a central component, especially in Italian cuisine. Basil is ideal for seasoning tomato salads and tomato sauces, but also for fish and mushrooms. In South Asia he refines pan-fried foods...
The Valerian was already in ancient times as a medicinal herb known to Greeks and Romans appreciated it as a warming, menstruation-promoting and diuretic. Hildegard of Bingen and Paracelsus took advantage of its analgesic effect. Today, Valerian is primarily due to its calming and sleep-promoting properties. Content: 100 g
An inconspicuous herb that is seen in gardens, often as a weed and plucked out. No wonder, because its properties as a medicinal herb, with a positive impact on the prostate, was first recognized a few decades ago. Since then, it has become as a medicinal herb popular for prostate problems only a few herbs are grown. Content: 100 g
The black nettle (Ballota nigra) is also called horehound or black god forgetful. It is a species of the mint family (Lamiaceae) and comes from Central Europe. In Japan the plant is called Shiso or Perilla. Here the herb is used for pickling umeboshi plums, for meat, fish, pickled fruit, soups, salads, glass noodle dishes. The aroma is strongly aromatic...
The nettle is a cultural and medicinal plant with many purposes. From your fibers, you can produce the textiles, eat the seeds and the leaves for diuretic teas to use. It grows in the vicinity of people, but to close you should not come to her. Wherein - the ancient Romans appreciated the blood flow-stimulating effect of stinging nettle-stings and...
Hawthorn hedges can be impenetrable and were once even used as a livestock fence. Since ancient times it is used as a medicinal plant, since the 14. Century is handed down to his property as a heart tonic. Especially older people benefit from the heart-strengthening properties of hawthorn. Content: 100 g
Shepherd's purse is a common sight on our meadows and roadsides. The medicinal plant can be recognized by the small triangular pouches that stick out from the thin stem and carry the seeds. Used as a traditional home remedy. You can enjoy shepherd's purse pure as herbal tea or use it for your own tea blend. Content: 100g
The calamus root is respected in China for thousands of years a reputation as a life extender. Also in Central Europe as a German ginger known calamus grows for several hundred years. Here it is used in stomach complaints, but can also help in Smoking cessation. Content: 100 g
The small blue flowers Speedwell grows in meadows and light forests. The often referred to as "weed" abgetane prize of honour is a very versatile medicinal herb that has brought him in the folk medicine also names like "around the world healing". Content: 100 g
A real sage is not only a superb cooking herb in the Mediterranean cuisine, but also a potent tea and medicinal plant. The Essential Oils contained, you can anti-inflammatory and astringent effect. Content: 100 g
In its tropical home, the tree is valued for its diverse ingredients of vitamins, trace elements and antioxidants. Here, we used the fresh leaves, pods and seeds. With us, Moringa dried leaf powder is available, or as a tasty tea from the chopped leaves. Contents: 50 g
The BlackBerry is at the edges of woods and meadow fringes are significantly more common than the more delicate raspberries. Their leaves can be boiled as a tea, the tastes and as a home remedy for diarrhea-complaints that can be used. Brew of BlackBerry leaves pure as a tea, or use them for your own tea mixture. Content: 100g
According to legend, the common earth smoke was burned by witches and wizards when invoking spirits. Since ancient times, the medicinal herb has also been used as a blood purifier, for skin diseases and biliary disorders. Contents: 100 g
Lapacho (Tabebuiaavellanedae Lorentz ex Griseb .), A bark tea that is said to have been drunk by the Incas. The descendants of the indigenous people of South America also use Lapacho as a remedy for many diseases, from stomach problems to rheumatism. Contents: 100 g The taste is mild, slightly vanilla and the color is a strong red-brown.
The cowslip blooms in the spring and covers the meadows with its yellow flowers. The Primelart is a nature reserve and is allowed to be wild, not collected. In the traditional plant heillkunde the key is used flower in herbal teas, to thanks to of the spasm and mucus - dissolving effect cough relieve. Content: 100g
Lucerne, also known as alfalfa or perpetual clover, is a purple-flowered type of clover that is particularly popular with bumblebees. When dried and ground, alfalfa herb is a nutrient-rich food additive. Contents: 100 g
A walnut tree has more to offer than just nuts - the leaves can also be used to make great-tasting tea. In traditional herbal medicine, it is used as a home remedy for digestive problems and constipation. A decoction with walnut leaves is also popular externally. Content: 100g
Elderflower not only in the kitchen as a holler of cake or syrup use. Hippocrates used the flowers of the Black elder as uric means blowing. Since the 18th century. Centuries used elderberry flowers also in case of fever and respiratory infections. Content: 100 g
The mallow is a popular tea plant that is also used in traditional herbal medicine. The flower, also known as cheese poplar, turns herbal teas red and gives tea mixtures a delicious taste. Contents: 50 G
Tulsi - the Holy Basil as it is called in India - is a Plant that is found in almost every Indian garden, or temple. Its fine aromatic flavor makes the Tulsi tea is a popular beverage, hot or cold, or in an herbal tea mixture. Content: 100 g of rubbed The tea has a balancing effect on the Doshas, especially Kapha Dosha reducing.
Dandelions grow lush in meadows and along the way. Also popularly known as "Bettseicher", its name indicates its use as a traditional medicinal plant and home remedy that affects digestion and the urinary tract. Content: 100g
The herb of the earth prickly nut (Tribulus terrestris) is known in Ayurveda as Gokshura. Ayurveda describes Gokshura as reducing Vata. The Kapha-strengthening herb tastes sweet, heavy and oily, soothes exuberant Vata and cools the rising Pitta. Contents: 100 G
The leaves of the neem tree, Neem, is used. The Plant is found in teas and cosmetics such as hair care products, but also animals and plants professional to survive from the effect of the Neempflanze. Also, in Ayurveda, Neem plays a significant role. Content: 100g