Have you ever tried a herbal remedy or herbal product for health or beauty purposes, if not try one and see whether it works or not for yourself.
Herbal remedies have been used for hundreds of years, whether for food or for medicine. There are the hundreds of herbs, botanists say that grow in the wild. They each offer their own unique properties and medicinal qualities. Even the herbs we use in our kitchen have medicinal properties. Cumin and fennel are great for digestion for example. Parsley is thought to offer therapeutic uses in the treatment of the urinary tract. Dill is traditionally used to ease stomach upset and to treat gastrointestinal disorders. Peppermint essential oil, when applied to the temples, is thought to help with headaches and migraines. Rosemary is used for digestive upset and to ease migraines. It’s also used for the healing of wounds and to treat eczema.
Turmeric, cayenne, garlic, peppermint, marigold, thyme all offer super medicinal properties. Indian and Chinese herbal medicine practitioners also use turmeric to treat wounds, inflammatory conditions and digestive disorders. Garlic is another potent herb that is also used to treat high cholesterol and high blood pressure.
Many wellbeing brands and beauty products online offer organic herbal solutions for beauty and health. Many beauty products in UK include herbs as part of their ingredients for their supplements as well as their hair and skin care products. Health and beauty is a big part of online shopping and the most popular herbal health and beauty products include those for glowing skin, healthy hair and problem free skin.
There are organic herbs which are certified organic while wild crafted herbs that have been sourced from the wild and as they would grow naturally. Many age old heath systems like Ayurveda recommend many herbs for beauty and inner health. The most popular for hair are Brahmi for hair growth and Amaliki for nourishing the hair as well as skin.
Beauty supplements or herbal beauty drinks for example are made with herbs and other plant extracts. Herbal extracts like Aloe Vera, Tea Tree and Neem are also often used for skin soothing products and for treating acne prone skin and oily skin. Neem is very anti bacterial and helps promote healthy skin and problem free scalp. It’s also advised for dry skin conditions and for inflamed scalp. Tea Tree is also anti bacterial and helps prevent infection and is also thought to be useful for treating acne prone skin.
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