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My name is Erika Mohssen-Beyk. I am German and my husband is Iranian.I have been living with my family in Iran until 1980 two years after the revolution ,than in Germany and now I am living in Canada . Speaking Farsi with my husband and kids and German to my grandchildren ,makes it difficult to write in good English .Here I own a organic farm we are off grid and live out site of town .I love the nature and I am interested in health and fitness ,natural healing and personal development I started Internet Marketing because I believe working from home and doing what you love is going to be the future.Would it not be great if the kids would have more time with mom and dad.?

Coltsfoot Herb The Best Remedy For Cough

Coltsfoot Herb The Best Remedy For Cough

What is coltsfoot herb

Coltsfoot herb is native to Europe, Asia, and North America. The medically useful material originated earlier, mainly from wild collections in Italy and the Balkans. Today drug material from the cultivation of genetically Equivalent variety Tussilago farfara “Vienna” is more used. In herbal medicine, one uses today mainly the dried leaves of coltsfoot (Farfrae folium). Previously, even the herb, the flower heads, and the root have been used.

Characteristics of coltsfoot herb

One of the first wildflowers in Spring is the yellow flower of Coltsfoot.
Often People mix it up with the Dandelion flower, but Dandelion blossoms after it has Leafs
Looking more closely the difference can be seen.The roots and the stems have fine scales. The small flower heads are golden and are coming in the cold  March, sometimes even through the snow. The heart-shaped leaves appear only after flowering. The small fruits have fine silky hairs. The yellow flowers can be confused with dandelion.

Coltsfoot Herb features

The Coltsfoot leaves are good for skin problems, they kill bacteria, stop bleeding and inflammation.

The juice of the fresh leaves in a warm milk is beneficial for asthma and bronchitis .the juice dropped into the ears it works against an earache.

Inhaling the steam of the leaves or flowers good for shortness of breath. By swollen feet helps a bath with a tea of the leaves.
Coltsfoot grows everywhere even in very poor soil.

Coltsfoot herb is a perennial, up to 30 cm high herb. It blooms from February to April. The leaves show a typical horseshoe shape. They are on top of green and silver underside. Even before the leaves, the bright yellow flower heads with narrow ray flowers appear, that reminds a little bit of dandelion flowers. The drug material is characterized by thin, about 20 cm wide, lobed leaves. The leaves are hairy on the underside. Young leaves also bear on top the petioles of the drug component. Coltsfoot spread no particular smell. The taste of Coltsfoot is weak and slimy sweetish.

Coltsfoot is also called “Tussilago farfara”, is a medicinal plant. It has a particularly healing effect on all respiratory complaints. The plant is very good for coughs. The Latin name “tussis ago” means “selling cough”. The dried leaves and roots can be harvested until fall and burned, The smoke of Coltsfoot herb has traditionally been used to clean the air.

The Coltsfoot poultice is good for mucous membranes of the respiratory tract. It relieves the discomfort. Meanwhile, the industry has checked the ingredients of the plant. It has been found that in the case of overdose and continuous intake the kidneys may be attacked. As is the case with many medicinal plants, we must, therefore, follow dosage. General Apply coltsfoot medicinal plant domestic coltsfoot collects in the respiratory symptoms genus.

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Occurrence of coltsfoot herb

The plant is found throughout Europe, North America, and Asia. In Germany, it is very common. It grows on forest edges, clearings, meadow edges, stream banks, and roadsides. It is a robust plant that is often considered a wild weed.

Story of coltsfoot herb


It is recorded that the plant was ordained earlier, Mercury. No one knew of the healing effect in respiratory problems. As the coltsfoot herb grows everywhere, it was very often used. One can say that the coltsfoot is an old home remedy. It has been handed down and passed down through many generations.

Practice application areas of coltsfoot herb

  • Cough
  • Difficulty in breathing
  • Smoker’s cough
  • BronchitisFever
  • Engorgement
  • Inflammation
  • Burns
  • Sunburn
  • Fistulas

Coltsfoot herb tea


For tea, take 1 teaspoon of dried leaves for ½ liter of hot water. The tea should stay for 5 minutes, then remove the leaves. You can drink 2 to 3 cups a day of it.


6 teaspoons of leaves you soak with 150 ml of hot water and leave to infuse for 10 minutes. Soak a cotton cloth with the liquid and lay it on the chest. Repeated daily application of the poultice when coughing helps. One can take a course over the period of one month and apply the poultice also for various skin problems.


  • Essential oils
  • Mucilage
  • Bitters
  • Tannic acid
  • Tannins
  • Inulin
  • Mineral
  • Nitre
  • Saponins
  • Alkaloids
  • Zinc

Effect of Coltsfoot Herb

The healing effect mainly helps respiratory problems. One can apply the coltsfoot internally and externally.
Poultice also help with various skin diseases.

The native Americans used to smoke them against lung disease and mixed with tobacco and other herbs
The dry leaves burned, it is said, causes prophetic dreams and vision.

People looking for a romance should wear the leaves as a necklace or sprinkle them around the house.
The Coltsfoot Plant has the first wild flowers in spring, they are edible can be added to a salad and taste similar to licorice or anise.

The Benefits of Neem A “Wonder Leaf”

Benefits of the leafs of the Neem Tree

The Neem tree has leafs which are real  “Wonder Leafs”There are so many benefits we can receive from these miraculous Tree .You can see it in the infographic below.The Neem tree,also known as Azadirachta indica belongs to the Mahagoni family and is native to India ,also can be found in  Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka The Neem tree grows in tropical regions and is now cultivated also on an island in south Iran for the production of neem oil.

Neem is a fast-growing evergreen tree and reaches a high of20 meters and sometimes even more. It only will lose its leafs by drought. If blooming the Tree has beautiful white and fragrant flowers and the fruit looks similar to olives which has 1-3 seeds inside.

In many tropic regions Neem is considered a weed,but in India products made from the Neem tree are used for millennia and known for its benficial medical properties and has been used in Ayurveda . Tender shoots and flowers can be eaten and it is used like a vegetable in parts o India.

There is a wealth of information and uses and benefits of this miraculous tree and the “Wonder leafs” you can read below more about.



Sadhguru: Neem is a very unique tree and neem leaves are the most complex leaves on the planet. The neem tree has over 130differentbiologically active compounds, and the neem leaf is one of the most complex leaves you can find on the planet.

Sadhguru looks at the many medicinal benefits and uses of neem leaves, a versatile natural product that can be used beneficially on the skin, against cancer and bacteria, and in yogic sadhana

The Benefits and Uses of Neem, the "Wonder Leaf"

#1 Anti-cancer benefits of neem

Consuming neem every day keeps the number of cancerous cells within a certain limit

Neem has many incredible medicinal benefits, but one of the most important things is, it kills cancerous cells. Everyone has cancerous cells in their body, but normally, they are disorganized. However, if you create certain situations in the body, they will get organized. As long as these cells are loafing around by themselves, it is not an issue. If they all gather in one place and hit it off, it becomes a problem. This is like a shift from petty crime to organized crime. It is a serious problem. If you consume neem every day, it keeps the number of cancerous cells in the body within a certain limit, so that they will not gang up against your system.

#2 Anti-bacterial benefits of neem

The world is full of bacteria. So is the body. There are more microorganisms living in you than you can imagine. Most of these bacteria are helpful. Without them, you would not be able to digest anything. In fact, you cannot exist without them. But some bacteria cancause you trouble. Your body constantly spends energy to manage these bacteria. If excess levels of bacteria occur, you will feel “down” because your defense mechanism has to spend too much energy to fight them. By using neem internally and externally, you can manage these bacteria in such a way that they will not overgrow, and your body will not have to spend too much energy in fighting them. If you consume a certain amount of neem on a daily basis, it will destroy the troublesome bacteria in the intestinal region, and your colon will generally remain clean and free of infection.

By using neem internally and externally, you can manage bacteria so that they will not overgrow

Also, if there is a slight smell in certain areas of the body, it means bacteria are a little more active there. Almost everyone has some minor skin issues but if you wash your body with neem, it becomes clean and radiant. If you rub your body with neem paste before having a bath, let it dry for some time, and then wash it off with water, it will act as a good antibacterial cleanser. Alternatively, you can soak a few neem leaves in water overnight and bathe with this water in the morning.

#3 Benefits of neem for yogic sadhana

Above all, neem generates heat in the body. This generation of heat is supportive for generating intense forms of energy within the system. Different qualities can be predominant in the body – two of these aresheeta and ushna, in traditional terms. The closest word for “sheeta” in English is “cold,” but that is not exactly what it is. If your system moves towards sheeta, the mucus levels in the body will go up. Excess mucus in the system is linked to a variety of conditions, from the common cold and sinusitis to many other issues.

Neem generates heat in the body. This is supportive for generating intense forms of energy

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10 Herbs And Spices That Boost Your Sex Performance

10 Herbs And Spices That Boost Your Sex Performance

Herbs and Spices that boost your sex performance

Here there are Herbs and Spices that can boost your sex performance.Increase sex performance with these herbs and spices. Are you afraid of sex performance? You can improve your sex life more than before with the help of herbs and spices. The stress of day-to-day life can influence your intimacy with your partner.Physical intimacy is important and a healthy part of a relationship with your partner.There are some herbs and spices who can help. Natural herbs remedies are the healthy way to increase and improve libido. After reading this post you will be able to increase your sex performance. So enjoy better sex and increase sexual performance using these herbs and spices.

10 Herbs And Spices That Boost Your Sex Performance

1. Saffron10 Herbs And Spices That Boost Your Sex Performance-saffron-spice.jpg

These little yellow threads add flavor and color to the traditional rice dish paella. While saffron is expensive, a tiny bit goes a long way. Large amounts can result in overdose (so don’t take it as a supplement), but just a thread or two can increase sex drive, according to a 2011 University of Guelph study presented in the journal Food and Research International. Saffron also has antioxidant qualities and supplies selenium, zinc, potassium, and magnesium. Try making some saffron brown rice.

2. Fenugreek

10 Herbs And Spices That Boost Your Sex Performance


The seeds of this plant are commonly found in curries, and other Indian cuisine. The spice itself has a warm, intriguing flavor. A Centre for Integrative Clinical and Molecular Medicine study conducted in 2011 showed that taking fenugreek increased the sex drive in low-libido men. Fenugreek may also help lower blood sugar levels in diabetics, and lactating women have used the spice for decades to increase milk production. Fenugreek seeds are also one of the easiest seeds to sprout, and one of my personal faves.

3. Fennel

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This licorice-flavored herb looks a little like celery with lacy fronds at the top. You can chop fennel stalks and add them to foods much like you would celery, or use the fronds to flavor foods. You can also grind the seeds as a spice. The ancient Egyptians used fennel to boost women’s libido, and it turns out there is a good reason it worked. Fennel contains chemicals that may increase sex drive. Fennel is also used to aid digestion, assist with lactation, and to loosen phlegm in bronchial passages. Okay, I admit I personally think licorice is just nasty, but if you like it it will be great for you to use for your benefit!

4. Cloves

10 Herbs And Spices That Boost Your Sex Performance

This warming, slightly sweet spice increases blood flow and body temperature. Cloves also increase energy and ingesting them leaves you sweetly scented. All of these serve to create a powerful sexual attractant. Cloves are also high in omega-3 fatty acids, manganese, and vitamin K, and they contain eugenol, which serves as an antiseptic and mild anesthetic.

5. Garlic

10 Herbs And Spices That Boost Your Sex Performance

It always makes me chuckle when I include garlic on a list of sex-enhancing foods. After all, people on dates often avoid garlic because they don’t want to kill the mood with smelly breath when the evening turns to romance. Still, regardless of how it makes your breath smell, the high levels of allicin in garlic improves blood flow to your sexual organs, and that’s a turn on. So what’s more important??? There’s always parsley for your breath. Garlic is also great for your heart, and it has anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties. For the perfect dish for your next date night, try out my quinoa stuffed peppers.

6. Ginger

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Herbs That Can Help to Dream

Herbs That Can Help to Dream

These are herbs that can help to  Dream

Herbs that can help to dream and expand consciousness. One this planet since ancient time herbs has been used for medical treatments and healing. We still use them for tea.  For thousands of years, Ayurveda medicine used herbs to cure disease and more and more people rely on this natural medicine again. Here are some herbs which can help stressed people to have better dreams, these plants have been used by shamans as well. Like the African Dream Root for example. The root is the portion of the plant that is used to induce dreams. Read about 7 of them below.


1- Xhosa Dream Root – Vivid and Prophetic Dreams

Silene Capensis, or Xhosa Dream root is most associated with the Xhosa people of South Africa who are knows to ingest this herb to induce vivid and prophetic dreams.  This herb is often used by the Xhosa in the initiation rites of shamans and is believed to open up pathways of communication to ones ancestors. It is believed that the ancestors are most likely to communicate in the dream state.  The root is ground into a powder which is mixed with water and drunk in the morning on an empty stomach.  The effects are apparently slow to be induced and will take effect by the nighttime.  According to, “The effects of S. capensis usually manifest during sleep as prophetic lucid dream states that are rich with significance.  Individuals do not usually perceive any effects in the waking state, although one individual did report perceiving wavy lines of light in the air about twenty minutes after consuming the root.  The dream state is often compared to going under water by the Xhosa.  Interestingly enough, it is said that the plant has no effects on individuals who are not meant to be diviners.

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2- Celastrus Paniculatus – The Elixir of Life

This amazing herb is not only known to promote the incidence of lucid dreaming and dream recollection for those who take it, but has often been called the ‘intellect tree’ because of its long history of use in ayurvedic medicine as an herb to help with mental focus, longevity, and memory.  Users have reported that by adding 10-15 Celastrus paniculatus seeds into their daily regimen, they notice a marked improvement in cognitive function, ability to focus, and sharpness.

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3- Blue Lotus – Mind Body Spirit Herb

Blue Lotus was among the most sacred of plants to ancient Egyptins. It grew throughout Egypt where its consciousness-enhancing properties were well known and taken advantage of.  The Blue Lotus was associated with the origins of life and the divine perspective.  According to the plant was used in Egypt to stimulate the sex drive and, “Egyptian medicinal practitioners also used this flower to stimulate blood flow, and as an anti-aging treatment.  The ancients worshipped Blue Lotus as a visionary plant and it was the symol for the origins of life.  When this flower was soaked in water or wine, and then ingested it acted as an intoxicant.”  Considered very sacred, the Blue Lotus was used to reach euphoric states of visionary consciousness.

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5- African Dream Bean – Master Spirit Connections

Growing along the coasts of Madagascar, Southern Africa, Australia, and Asia, this common bean is used in a wide variety of ways by an array of people groups throughout the world.  Its uses vary from a skin treatment to a food given to teething babies to relieve pain.  However this bean’s most well-known and interesting use is its traditional use in South Africa to induce intense lucid-dreaming states in which a person is able to communicate with the spirit realm.  For its consciousness-altering properties, the meat inside the bean is eaten.

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The Artemisia Herb (Mugwort) And Dreams

The Artemisia Herb (Mugwort) And Dreams

The Artemisia Herb or Mugwort can help to dream

The Artemisia herb is called after a Greek Goddess of virginity, Animals, Childbirth, and hunting. We know the herb better as Mugwort or Wormwood. It has many benefits and is often used to treat disorders of the digestive tract. It is also effective against all kind of parasites.In the traditional Chinese Medicine, it is also used for moxibustion heat therapy to stimulate the flow of qi.Native American Women used it to regulate fertility.It is also used for irregular periods and other menstrual problems. But here is a guide to using it for Dreams.

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A Guide To Using Mugwort For High-Level Lucid Dreams

Lucid dreaming, a term coined by Frederik van Eeden who used the word ‘lucid’ in reference to mental clarity, is a phenomenon in which a dreaming individual becomes aware that what they are experiencing is not physical reality, but a dream. This realization most often occurs when a dreamer notices some sort of shocking or impossible event, such as commune with the deceased, underwater breathing, flight, et cetera. Some individuals will even suddenly realize they are dreaming without any sort of clue. There is also an uncommon scenario in which lucidity within a dream is achieved when one returns to REM (dream) sleep immediately after a brief moment of awakening; the sensation of being awake is carried with your mind back into its dream state.

By definition, a lucid dream requires only that you become aware that you are dreaming, though a level of lucidity can vary greatly. For example, a high-level of lucidity allows one to become aware that every event is occurring within their mind and that they are sleeping safely in bed whereas a low-level of lucidity is perhaps enough to put thought into decisions and maybe make alterations to the environment, but fear of harm and interacting with other beings may persist. Certain herbal substances have been found to intensify the state of REM sleep. This can have a powerful effect on dream frequency and intensity which, in turn, effects the likeliness of a person recognizing when they are dreaming and being able to recall their dreams after waking. Among these substances are the Xhosa Root, Valerian, and most notably, Mugwort.











For thousands of years, Mugwort, also known as artemesia annua, has had its place in medicinal practice, for it is effective in appetite arousal, digestion stimulation, and even stopping profuse bleeding. Roman soldiers would often place Mugwort in their boots before traveling long distances, claiming it kept their feet feeling fresh and vitalized. Also, Mugwort’s pungent aroma is coveted for its therapeutic properties as it is said to promote clear mindedness and even effect subconscious thought patterns. Aside from its practical and aromatic applications during waking consciousness, it is how this historical herb can affect our sleep patterns and dream states that we would like to call attention to.

The active compound in Mugwort is called Thujone which is said to serve as a ‘stepping stone’ to lucid dreaming.
When using Mugwort for dream enhancement, it can be ingested in a number of ways.

Mugwort can also be made into smudging sticks that, when burned, can engulf an area with its powerful aromatic effects. This method is the simplest and the most appropriate form of administration in ceremonial or group scenarios, though be sure to only smudge in areas with good air flow and open ventilation.

Dream pillows, as they are referred to, are a very popular method of using Mugwort. To create one, Mugwort leaves or incense is placed inside of a pouch which is then placed inside of or beneath one’s pillow when sleeping. The Mugwort can be part of a mixture of herbs including but not limited to Anise, Cedar, Jasmine, Lavender, Rosemary, Hops, and Calendula, all of which have their own unique benefits on the sleeping subconscious. Perhaps the most common method of consuming Mugwort is to brew the leaves into a tea.

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Essential Clove Oil – Effective Remedy Since The Middle Ages


The aromatic essential clove oil can effectively stop cancer cells

Essential Clove oil made from Cloves coming originally from the Maluku islands called the  Spice Islands. Cloves refers to the flower buds that are used in dried form.

Already in the early Middle Ages, the cloves came to Europe.Essential Clove Oil - Effective Remedy Since The Middle Ages The cloves are now grown worldwide. The best quality, however,is still from the Malukus, Zanzibar, and Madagascar.Cloves and essential clove oil were already in antiquity a valuable remedy. The spice, which belonged together with pepper, nutmeg and cinnamon to the exotic spices, was soon used for its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties as a disinfectant.

Essential Clove oil has therefore been used by epidemics. Essential Clove oil has been used not only to relieve the inflammation of mucous membranes but also for the treatment of abraded skin, festering sores and warts. While essential clove oil was used in the past against mental fatigue, poor concentration and bloating, its field of application of clove oil today focuses on toothache and inflammation of the oral pharynx. It has also made a name as an anti-mosquito scent.

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 Oil of Cloves – the Aromatic, Anti-Cancer Essential Oil

Essential Clove Oil - Effective Remedy Since The Middle Ages

Clove, the aromatic and exotic spice, has a long history of medicinal use going back many centuries into early human history. Clove was highly regarded by the German abbess Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179) for its medicinal properties. Clove is also well known in the traditional medicine of India and China.

Clove comes from clove trees (Syzygium aromaticum) which grow in tropical regions. Oil of Cloves (also known as clove oil or clove essential oil) is steam distilled from flower buds and stems. Clove has several interesting properties, due mainly to its high content of a phytochemical known as eugenol. Clove oil consists of about 75-85% eugenol. Eugenol is creating interest in both conventional and alternative medicine because of its ability to effectively stop cancer cells.

Clove Oil’s Interesting History

Clove has been used for centuries for numbing pain, repelling internal parasites, arthritis, and rheumatism, and for treating throat, sinus, and lung infections.Clove is a natural anti coagulant (see warning at end of article), with anti-fungal, antioxidant, anti-bacterial, anti tumoral, anti-viral, and anti-inflammatory properties. All the important anti’s!

An excellent illustration of clove’s anti-viral capabilities occurred in Indonesia in the mid 17th century. The people of Indonesia’s islands of Ternate and Tidore (historically called the Spice Islands) used clove extensively throughout their history for wellness. During the mid-1600’s the Dutch East India Company controlled the spice trade in the Spice Islands and gained complete control of the clove trees in this area. Any clove trees discovered that didn’t belong to the Dutch East India Company were destroyed, thus allowing them to have a complete monopoly of this and other spices. As a consequence, the Islanders who relied on those clove trees died from the epidemics that raged through the region, brought to them courtesy of the same Dutch colonists. Such is the power of clove to protect us.

Oil of Cloves, Eugenol, and Cancer

The most exciting and promising research on clove essential oil relates to its anti-cancer benefits. Most of the researchers who study clove essential oil for any length of time agree it has great promise − not only for its ability to kill cancer cells but as a natural chemopreventive (cancer prevention) agent.

Clove essential oil has been found to have cytotoxic (cancer cell killing) properties against a line of breast cancer cells known as MCF-7.

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These Herbs Will Help With Your Quit Smoking Problems

Herb that help with  Quit Smoking Problems

Today we going to tell you about Herbs that will help to solve quit smoking Problems  . We will tell you about some herbs and how they help to quit smoking. Smoking is really very bad for our health it can cause cancer. Stop smoking and reduce the chance of getting lung cancer. Your friends and family will be happy if they know that you are no more addicted to smoking. Your girlfriend/boyfriend will love you more than before if you keep yourself away from smoking. Think about it, what are the benefits of smoking ? Have any advantage ? If your answer is no you are serious to quit smoking. There is some important point for you to quit smoking.

  • Bad for health
  • Against society
  • Causes cancer
  • Causes lung cancer
  • Air pollution

And many others. So it’s time to be totally smoke-free. What should you do to quit smoking ? There are many proven ways to quit smoking but its really a hard task to quit smoking. Firstly you would face some problems and sometimes you couldn’t keep your promise about stay away from smoking but don’t be worried so much. I will get it slowly if you are steady. Quit smoking for your friends, family and keep your relationships cool.

There are some great herbs with natural power helping people to get rid of smoking. Herbs are really helpful for our lung. Herb experts are always finding the best use of herbs for people and they found some herbs. Read about those herbs below and become free from smoking. They are herbs that will help you with the quit smoking  problems

Herbs that help with  Quit Smoking Problems


Lobelia (pictured above): Is a very powerful herb that helps to calm the mind and relax the body. It has helped many people to control their cravings for nicotine. Lobelia is also reputed to have the effect of making cigarettes taste very bad.

St. John’s wort: One of the best-known herbs for promoting a positive mental attitude–something people often need help with during the early phases of becoming a non-smoker.

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Black cohosh: Is commonly used by women to help them stay balanced during their monthly cycle. However, it is also known to be a safe sedative that relieves nervousness and anxiety, which makes it useful for the irritability, restlessness, and nervousness associated with quitting smoking.

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Blue vervain: Has been referred to as a natural tranquilizer and as such it can be used to calm the nerves. It can also be used for insomnia.

Catnip : Has a soothing and relaxing effect on the digestive system, and helps to relieve diarrhea, flatulence, indigestion, upset stomach, and headache. Catnip also has antispasmodic properties that make it useful for abdominal cramps as well as chronic coughing. Catnip is also good for alleviating sleeplessness. Catnip’s antibiotic and astringent properties are also beneficial for treating colds and bronchial infections.

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Hyssop: Has the ability to help with clearing mucus congestion in the lungs associated with COPD. It also has been known to alleviate the anxiety and even hysteria that is sometimes associated with smoking withdrawal.

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Korean ginseng: Is one of the most popular herbs in the world for stimulating energy and helping the body to deal with stress. This property enables ginseng to help alleviate the fatigue and anxiety related to quitting smoking. Ginseng is known to help reestablish balance in the body’s systems, which can be helpful to smokers as their bodies adjust to the absence of nicotine.

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Motherwort: Has properties that enable it to act as a sedative, inducing tranquility in times of anxiety associated with quitting smoking.

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Oat straw or oat seed: One of the best remedies for stress, nervous debility, and exhaustion, especially when associated with depression (a common affliction in people who have recently quit smoking).

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Ayurvedic Herbs for hair loss

The Best Ayurvedic Herbs for Hair Loss

Here are 13 Ayurvedic Herbs for hair loss

Ayurvedic Herbs for hair loss are used since ancient times. Nowadays, many folks place confidence in Ayurvedic remedies again for treating common issues. It’s true that this ancient follow has various power packed secrets which will assist you with several troubles. Flaunting attractive hair isn’t any exception. Ayurvedic treatment for hair growth has invariably been around however it’s solely recently that we’ve got adopted these remedies. whereas wishing on such a time-proven methodology, expect nothing but best results, as a result of the issues are corrected from the within and not the surface alone.

The Best Ayurvedic Herbs for Hair Loss
Ayurvedic Herbs

Ayurvedic analysis on hair growth is intensive and well structured. This robust foundation provides Ayurvedic practitioners effective reasons behind excessive hair fall and therefore the ways that reverse it which successively leads to consistent hair growth. In keeping with an Ayurvedic writing, hair sort is directly associated with habits and is consistently classified into 3 categories; Vata, Pita, and Kapha. every hair sort has its own distinct options and therefore there are multiple reasons for hair loss that vary from person to person.

According to an Ayurvedic writing, hair is nourished by the nutrient plasma that’s derived from the food that you simply eat. However; bound foods have a negative result and cause excess Pita Dosha which means heat within the body that is that the chief reason behind excess hair loss. aside from tyrannid Dosha, alternative reasons for hair loss, in keeping with the Ayurvedic writing, are secretion imbalance in men and ladies, stress, lack of sleep, improper diet, intoxicating substances, dandruff or plant life infections and diseases like lupus or polygenic disorder amongst others. Ayurvedic hair regrowth solutions address these core problems promoting hair regrowth. Here are 13 Ayurvedic Herbs for hair loss to help you to prevent Hair loss or regrow hair.

Ayurvedic Herbs For Hair Loss

Ayurvedic herbs facilitate improve blood circulation, clean your scalp and stimulate hair growth. Here’s an inventory of ayurvedic herbs for hair loss and facilitate aid hair growth.

1. Yasthimadhu extracts:Related image

Prevents hair loss.

2. Horsetail:

Best supply of silicon dioxide and helps keep hair robust and glossy.

3. Ayurvedic tonics

like Narasimha rasayanam, Chyavana prasam area unit effective for rising hair growth.

4. Bhringaraaja (Eclipta Prostrata):

The Best Ayurvedic Herbs for Hair Loss

Promotes hair growth on the pinnacle and reverses hairless and premature graying. It helps to calm the mind promotes sound sleep.

5. script (Bacopa monnieri, waterhyssop, thyme-leafed gratiola, water hyssop, Indian pennywort):

Used beside curd it makes a wonderful hair pack.

6. Amla:

Indian gooseberry is full of ascorbic acid and loaded with antioxidants. In small-grained type it is mixed with henna,  powders besides curd to create a good hair pack.
7. Neem: 

A natural remedy against dandruff and lice and has blood purifying skills. Use in small-grained type with vegetable oil or curd to massage the scalp.

8. Ritha (Sapindus mukorossi):

9. Ashwagandha (Withania Somnifera, Indian Ginseng, Poison gooseberry, Winter cherry):

10. Aromatic Jatamansi (Spikenard, Muskroot):

11. Methi (Fenugreek):

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Herbal Tea - Effect - Cooking - Tips And Information

Herbal Tea – Effect – Cooking – Tips And Information

Herbal tea – effect – cooking – tips and information

The use of herbal tea has a very long tradition anywhere in the world. Compared to black or green tea, the herbal tea contains no tea leaves. By connoisseurs, it is rather associated infusion beverage category. Traditionally certain herbs are included, such as Chamomile, Sage, and Peppermint in the most herbal teas. Herbal tea especially the use of proper herbs and the gentle, organic processing is important.

The big advantage of herbal tea is that it can be drunk in any quantity. Because it uses only plants and herbs, herbal tea contains no caffeine. For this reason, it can be drunk by children, there are even special tea’s which are tailored to the needs of infants. Especially fennel and Chamomile tea are herbal teas that are not only easy to digest for infants but even a soothing effect, for example, in the digestion of infants.

The selection of herbs used in the herbal tea also makes it a popular and traditional healing tea. As many herbs with health and healing effects are known from the Herbalism, it utilizes these herbs for special teas.

The lime tea is, for example, a popular herbal tea, which you can use to find relief from a cold gently. For pregnant women, special herbal teas are offered, which should help the body changes during pregnancy to better grow and as antispasmodic and circulation.

In contrast to other types of tea herbal tea to a certain extent even can be made.
To establish such a Sage tea, you need a certain amount of dried Sage branches, you can grow easily in the garden or on the balcony. The same applies for Chamomile tea. The real chamomile flowers are then used as the basis for the tea.

Herbal tea is available as a loose tea, often in the form of flowers or stems, as well as tea bags. Generally, herbal tea is poured into boiling water and have some tea which needs to be covered usually a  time of 8-10 minutes, so, for example, special cough or digestive tea’s are closed during this time with a lid.

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Here are some tips for the tea: tea preparation

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Because a tea can be so high quality and expensive – if it is not properly prepared, it doesn’t taste anyway, because it can not properly develop the aroma and its ingredients, therefore the effect of the tea is not as good.

So tea can fully unfold its aroma and its ingredients, there is some good evidence.

Goods storage

The storage is important because if a tea is stored incorrectly, it loses its flavor before you ever get the opportunity to enjoy the aroma of the tea. If it is well closed, however, and stored dry, it keeps one or two years. However, it is important that it is protected against air, moisture, and light. Lockable boxes are well suited and air-tight. The tea also should be protected because it loses its aroma also at high temperatures, therefore, among other places like, in the vicinity of the stove or in the summer heat the window sill that is inappropriate.

Also in the vicinity of spices, the tea should not be kept, because there is the danger that he can accept foreign flavor.

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Water is not just water, the quality of water affects the tea taste. At first and foremost, always fresh water should be used for making tea. If the water in the pipe, for example, confessed a few hours continuously, let it quietly run off and use the water to flower pouring or cleaning, because the tea is recommended for basically fresh water.

Also, the water hardness plays a role in the taste. because the water is very hard, say very chalky, then the tea does not look nice because it spreads a film on the surface of the water and it does not taste very good. Here, a water filter can help or can just boil the water for 3 minutes before you pour the tea. Soft water, however, should be poured immediately when it is bubbling boiling. Still, mineral water is a substitute for to calcareous water which is unsuitable because it always falsify’s the tea flavor. Generally speaking, the finer the tea,  the more important soft, tasteless water.

The right tea accessories

So that the tea has enough space in the brewing process, most teapots are always oval. It can fill well with water and can fully develop its flavor and its ingredients. The material of the teapots actually plays no role, although the Chinese and Japanese swear on porcelain and ceramic.

The classic tea requires a tea strainer, the tea is brewed in a pot with boiling water and after a reasonable time, it will then be left in a second pot. Large and round tea strainers that are customized for the pot are ideal for this. Not too small paper, ceramic, or cotton filters are also suitable. Unsuitable is the Tea Infuser because it is too small and the tea leaves can’t unfold, the same applies to the tea tongs.

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The Ultimate Help For Insomnia

The Ultimate Help For Insomnia

Herb Remedies for Insomnia

For the regeneration of body and mind, healthy sleep is essential. Only those who sleep enough are powerful, have the full powers of concentration and a balanced mood.
Disturbed sleep is often a result of mental disorders, anxiety, worry or overwork. If sleep disturbed, the performance will be impaired or will amplify fears, and can bring a person deep into crisis.
Sleeplessness has three groups of symptoms: difficulty falling asleep, maintaining sleep and early awakening. Whoever lies awake in bed at night and can not sleep, knows how distressing it is when you sometimes stand up again, then lie down again, triggers are sometimes eating late or too much coffee or tea during the day or in the evening. Sometimes nagging thoughts are a cause that takes away the necessary rest.
Repeated waking at night is a typical symptom of maintaining sleep. Often this is caused by bad dreams, which can wake up the victims and make it impossible to return to sleep.
Too early awakening can have different causes. So may, for. Example, the morning sunrise in summer, the chirping of birds or the street noise be to blame on waking up. Often the people can not fall asleep, and when they are finally tired again, the alarm clock rings and they start the day tired.
All of these symptoms cause to start tired into the new day.  Unfocused and not as powerful as usual. In addition, the risk of disease increases.  Regular sleep should be clarified by consulting a doctor. If the insomnia is not due to an illness, we can help with the following:


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Lemon Balm

Valerian can help with sleep disorders, soften the anxiety so that you find easier sleep. Whether you are taking valerian as a tea, drops, or a dragee makes no difference. Valerian does not cause fatigue, therefore, does not force you to sleep. But it helps to relax, reduces nagging thoughts and promotes healthy sleep.
Melissa or Lemon Balm also can help. Fill the bathtub half with very warm water and put about 50 grams lemon balm leaves in a bag.  Leave it about 5 minutes in the water, let the water cool until the desired temperature is reached and relax. Such a bath before bedtime ensures a restful sleep.
A Lavender- Hop- cushion by its fragrance, harmonizes the soul and the mind, helping to fall asleep. Responsible for this is the essential oils of lavender and hops.

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Make froTeam one piece of linen or silk a bag and fill with 100 g of lavender and 50 g hops. Put this bag on your pillow in bed and press it a few times before you sleep, to have the wonderfully soothing scent. You increase the effect by putting a few drops of real lavender oil onto the pillow.
Place a handful of anise seeds in a bowl and pour boiling water and inhale the steam.
One gram of valerian with 250 ml of boiling water, let stand for 5 minutes then sieve.

Drink a cup about 1 hour before going to bed.
Two teaspoons of hops pour 250 ml boiling water and leave for 15 minutes.

To this tea valerian also, can be added. Drink a cup one hour before bedtime.
Equal parts horsetail, birch leaves, yarrow, nettle, thyme, speedwell, and cumin 

Boil a teaspoon of the mixture together with a cup of water, then covered infuse ten to fifteen minutes.

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sip or drink unsweetened before eating.

Herb Remedies for Insomnia
Take this:

10 g lady’s mantle,

20 g gentian,

30 g of hop,

20 g valerian,

10 g lemon balm,

30 g cowslip

and 30 g of thyme.

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Mix all herbs well together. For a pint of water, take 2 tablespoons full of this herbal blend in cold water, let it boil for three minutes and then covered infuse ten minutes, sieve and drinks during the day and at bedtime each 1 cup of tea.
Equal parts, valerian, hops, lemon balm, and thyme.

Boil a teaspoon of the mixture together with a cup of water, then covered infuse ten to fifteen minutes.

sips or drink unsweetened before eating.
Equal parts of hop cones, lemon balm leaves, orange flower, valerian root, and spearmint leaves.

Boil a teaspoon of the mixture together with a cup of water, then covered infuse ten to fifteen minutes.

sips or drink unsweetened before eating.
Tea for better Sleep
A good sleep-inducing effect has a tea of equal parts valerian, lemon balm, and lavender. Mix these three herbs and pour a teaspoon of this mixture in a cup of hot water. let stand for 10 minutes, then sieve.  Drink one hour before bedtime in sips.
Coffee beans
Bean coffee has a particular effect on humans,  whom other tranquilizers do not help. This can  be the case when the

Sleep disorder is triggered by a poor cerebral blood flow.

Drink before bedtime a not too hot cup of coffee.
Chamomile baths – lavender baths
By sleep problems, traditionally a chamomile or lavender baths help.

Use six drops of essential chamomile or lavender oil and put into the bathwater.

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Orange blossom

Do not bathe more than 15 minutes.
Bath with orange blossom oil
The orange blossom oil is also called neroli oil, has long been known as a sleep-promoting agent for bath products.

Give five drops oil into the bath water, bathe not longer than 15 minutes.

Highly recommended as  herbal remedies for Insomnia are also these teas:
Valerian flowers,


St. John’s wort,



Licorice (not for high blood pressure),



and Lavender flowers.

For children, a pillow has been proven good: Take a handful valerian roots, chamomile, sage, rosemary, ferns, and lemon as well as 10 g of arnica flowers and mistletoe berries.

Give it all in a sheet and sew the cloth to a pillow.

This cushion can be put under the actual pillow so that the child can inhale the fragrance.

Such cushions will last approximately two months after this the scent will be gone.

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