Plants offer life to Phytotherapy and Human Health

Phytotherapy is a holistic therapeutic method that uses the properties, the active principles, and all the vital energy provided by the beings of the Plant Kingdom to prevent and treat the imbalances which appear in the body of the Human … Read More

Thymus Mastichina replaces traditional salt in dishes

Thymus Mastichina Plant: Scientists have classified it as Thymus Mastichina and this plant is one of some 350 varieties of thyme that exist in the world, although this species can only be found in Portugal and Spain. This aromatic plant … Read More

Coriander detoxifies the body from mercury, lead or aluminum

Coriander (Coriandrum sativum) Plant: Coriander belongs to the Apiaceae family and is a plant native to countries ranging from southern Europe, northern Africa to southwest Asia. Its consumption in cooking and for medicinal purposes has been recurrent for many centuries … Read More

Barbados gooseberry is an excellent alternative to meat

Barbados gooseberry (Pereskia aculeata) Plant:  The Barbados Gooseberry is a thorny climbing plant, also know as blade-apple cactus, leaf cactus, rose cactus, and lemonvine. There are several Pereskias, but the only one recommended for human consumption is the Pereskia aculeata, … Read More

Lemon Verbena is an “SOS” against headaches and insomnia

Lemon Verbena (Aloysia Citrodora) Properties: Antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, antioxidant, carminative, digestive, relaxing, hypotensive… Infusion: Start by putting two teaspoons of dry Lemon Verbena, for a few minutes, in a little cold water, in a cup. Then add water heated to … Read More

Boldo is a “bitter” ally for regenerating the liver and poor digestion

Boldo (Peumus Boldus Molina) Properties: Antispasmodic, anesthetic, antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, depurative, detoxifying, stimulating, sedative and anthelmintic… Infusion: Start by putting two teaspoons of dried Boldo or 5 fresh Boldo leaves, for a few minutes, in a little cold water … Read More