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Herbal supplements

Many herbs have a particularly powerful effect and can be very good for your body! But how do you use these herbs and what are they actually good for? We have listed all the facts for you. Which herbs are beneficial for you?

Milk thistle

Milk thistle is an upright thistle that feels like leather. Thousands of years ago, the Greeks and Romans already knew about the medicinal properties of this plant. For people with type two diabetes, milk thistle can be beneficial to improve insulin resistance. However, milk thistle is best known for treating liver failure. It supports the cleansing effect of the liver. For this reason it can also be a good addition to your detox treatment.

Ginkgo biloba

Ginkgo is a Japanese walnut tree that is also called Ginkyo. It is a healthy herb that is becoming more and more popular. This medicinal herb can no longer be found in the wild, but only grows in temple gardens in the Far East. Ginkgo bilabo herbs are packed with antioxidants and are also called the anti-aging herb. Ginkgo (leaf and seeds) has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for 5000 years for a variety of ailments. For example, it can support the circulation and asthma.

Gotu kola

Gotu Kola is an Indian herb from Southeast Asia, the leaves of the herb are used in various drinks and dishes. Gotu kola has been used in Ayurveda. This is an Indian traditional medicine that has been used for centuries. It is considered the most medicinal plant in Southeast Asia. The herb mainly has a beneficial effect on the skin. It can help wounds heal and promotes the elasticity of the skin.

Fenugreek

Fenugreek has been used for many years for its medicinal properties. In ancient Egyptian times, fenugreek was used in ointments to prevent freckles and baldness, but it is also said to make labor easier and to help with menstrual pain.
Today, the use of fenugreek is still recommended. It is packed with vitamin B6 and promotes the production of red blood cells. This is very beneficial if you have anemia, for example. But fenugreek can also help with weakness, fatigue or lethargy.

Ginseng

Ginseng originates from the forests of North Korea and China and has a beneficial effect on the body. Ginseng is packed with phytonutrients, vitamins and minerals. It is also an adoptogen, this means that It helps your body to adjust so that it stays in balance. For example, at radiation from the outside, but also stress and fatigue. Ginseng is also used to boost the libido, fertility and sex drive. In addition to Korean ginseng, you also have the Siberian eleuthero ginseng. This specific ginseng strain has a positive effect on the immune system.

St. John's Wort (St. John's Wort)

St. John's Wort owes its name to the evangelist John, because the herb grows around the day of St. John's feast. St. John's Wort has been known as a medicinal plant since ancient times. In the past, bouquets of this herb were hung in the attic to protect against evil spirits and witches. The expulsion of the devil with the herb at the time, is comparable to the reason for its use in modern medicine. St. John's Wort has an antidepressant effect. It affects the body's own substances in the brain and this has a beneficial effect on your mood and emotions.

Ashwagandha

The ashwagandha shrub grows in India and North America. The roots of the shrub have been used for thousands of years by Ayurvedic healers for its medicinal properties. In India it is even used as a medicine to treat brain disorders. In our Western culture it is not very well known yet, which is a shame because it has many positive qualities. For example: Ashwagandha can improve memory, reduce stress and combat skin aging.

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