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Monks cress
The monks cress, known also as garden nasturtium or Indian cress, scientific name Tropaeolum majus, belongs to the Tropeolaceae family and is native to the forests of South America. Imported by Europeans in the seventeenth century and used as a remedy against scurvy, nowadays monks cress is recommended to treat bronchial and pulmonary irritations and bladder infections thanks to the antibacterial, disinfectant, antifungal, expectorant and mucus thinning properties. Monks grass is also slightly l...
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Anise
Anise is a plant from the East and it includes three main varieties: the green anise, the most used for cooking or as natural remedy, in this article we’ll refer to this type, star anise and peppery anise. Anise has antispasmodic and stimulating properties for the digestive system: it is in fact a remedy used to relieve disorders related to difficult digestions such as headache or dizziness or to give relief in case of abdominal cramps and painful menstruation. In addition to this, thanks to its...
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Cypress
Cypress is a conifer with beneficial properties. First, its branches in infusion are a great help in case of hemorrhoids, an already known remedy in the Middle Ages: leave to brew a green twig per liter of water for ten minutes and drink two cups a day. For the same disorder you can also prepare a sitz-bath using cypress twigs and do it twice daily. In addition to this, the cypress has also balsamic and expectorant properties, useful in case of cough. In this case try to prepare a decoction by a...
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