Ingredients for natural remedies

Bee wax

Bee wax and its benefits

Used since Antiquity, beeswax, due to its rich composition of nutrients has a positive effect on blood circulation and on the whole body, being considered a remedy against aging. Bee wax is also used for skin hydration and is commonly found in skin care products and cosmetics.

Rosehip

Rosehip

Rosehip, the ally of the immune system

Rosehip is a fruit rich in vitamins and nutrients, which has multiple benefits on physical and mental health, being used both for medicinal purposes, namely in improving the immune system and in the prevention of cancer or cardio-vascular diseases, as well as in cosmetics, improving the appearance of the skin, but also in the kitchen, due to the specific flavor.

Acacia honey

Acacia honey

Acacia honey – the purest form of health

Acacia honey is an excellent tonic for both children and convalescents. It is also recommended for consumption for pregnant women. Of all types of honey, acacia honey soothes cough and it is successfully used to treat asthenias and neuroses.

Chia seeds

Chia seeds

Chia seeds - the main ingredient in a healthy diet

Chia seeds have become an ingredient in the diet of those looking for the recipe for a healthy life. Consumed raw or roasted, whole or ground, in salad mixtures, cereals and milk or natural juices, these seeds are an excellent source of fiber, are high in protein, rich in Omega-3 and Omega-6 essential fatty acids, antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins and minerals.

Magnesium chloride

Magnesium chloride

Magnesium chloride (Nigari salt) health benefits

Easily assimilated by the body, Nigari salt is a magnesium salt that fights the deficiency of this mineral in the body, thus preventing diseases such as type 2 diabetes, cholesterol, atherosclerosis or depression. It is suitable for both internal and external use in therapeutic baths, with beneficial effects on the whole body.

Coffee

Coffee

Coffee – many less known benefits

Coffee is rich in antioxidants and other stimulating nutrients (e.g. caffeine), which help prevent fatigue and diseases such as cancer or heart problems. It has also been found to help fight depression, improve good mood.

Colloidal silver

Colloidal silver

Colloidal silver and its recognized benefits

Colloidal silver is known for its benefits for the body. Since ancient times, it has been used to treat bacterial, viral and fungal infections, being considered an ancient remedy. Its chemical composition consists of the presence of a suspension of silver particles in a liquid substance, particles that cannot be removed even after the filtration process.

Cumin

Cumin

Cumin: the vast benefits it has for the body

Cumin is used for digestive problems, including heartburn, bloating, gas, loss of appetite and mild spasms of the stomach and intestines. Cumin oil is also used because it improves the urinary tract and kills bacteria in the body.

Apple vinegar

Apple vinegar

Apple vinegar and its many health benefits

Apple vinegar is a popular remedy used for centuries for its ability to ameliorate a wide range of health problems. The antimicrobial and antioxidant effects and even weight loss or reduction of sugar in the body, but also many others are on the list of benefits of apple vinegar.

Chicory

Chicory

Chicory, the most popular coffee substitute

Chicory has been used for many years as a coffee substitute without caffeine. Chicory coffee not only does not contain caffeine, but it has countless health benefits - here's what it's all about!

Sea buckthorn

Sea buckthorn

Sea buckthorn, the richest source of multivitamins

It is an energizing bomb and a formidable remedy in many diseases. There is almost no vitamin, trace element or essential mineral that is missing from the sour-astringent fruit of sea buckthorn, the strongest concentrate of energy that nature provides us. Sea buckthorn can be used for medicinal purposes, both internally and externally, having an extremely beneficial role on the body.

Green onion

Green onion

Green onion and its benefits

Green onion is used in spring for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and detoxifying effects on the body. The cure of green onion or onion juice helps to strengthen your body and keep you healthy. If you want to have a regulated blood sugar level or keep your cholesterol under control, green onion is the ideal remedy.

Yellow onion

Yellow onion

Yellow onion and its benefits

The medicinal qualities of onion have been recognized since ancient times, when they were used to treat diseases such as headaches, heart disease and oral conditions. Yellow onion is effective as an antioxidant, relieves menopausal symptoms and helps fight heart disease.

White onion

White onion

White onion and its benefits

White onion is a vegetable often used in food, but very effective for treating colds and respiratory diseases, it is rich in vitamins A, B and C. A lot of natural recipes use white onion for various conditions and the results are excellent. White onion relieves sore throat, bronchitis, cough, lower cholesterol and blood sugar.

Red onion

Red onion

Red onion – an elixir for your health

Red onion is a food rich in sulfur, quercetin and chromium. Eating red onion maintains the health of your circulatory system, heart, prevents diabetes and eliminates toxins from the body. Better tolerated by people with sensitive stomachs, red onion is a source of health and helps you in diets to lose weight.

Garlic

Garlic

Garlic and its benefits on the body

Garlic, one of the most popular spices in the kitchen around the world, brings many benefits to our health, being a powerful antibiotic, but more than that, it regulates cholesterol levels. Garlic is a plant with origins in Central Asia, being one of the most popular spices. Its medical benefits are known internationally, both as a treatment for wounds and infections.

Pollen

Pollen

Pollen and its benefits

With over 250 nutrients, vitamins, minerals, proteins and fatty acids in the composition, bee pollen is a super food with an energizing, anti-inflammatory and invigorating effect on the body. It can be consumed daily, with very few contraindications, and the list of health benefits is long.

Chlorella

Chlorella

Chlorella and its benefits

Chlorella is also known as clorela and is a freshwater single-celled alga, one of the oldest species on the planet and brings countless benefits to the human body. Surprisingly, this alga can reproduce up to eight times, being a sustainable source of nutrients, containing somewhere around 60% protein.

Ginger

Ginger

Everything you need to know about ginger

Ginger root (Zingiber officinale) is a sweet-spicy spice and can be eaten fresh, dried or canned. In addition, it is a natural remedy against nausea and stomach problems. Ginger is rich in vitamins (C, Bs, E), minerals, (potassium, manganese, magnesium, zinc, copper, iron, phosphorus, calcium) and antioxidants (gingerol).

Saffron

Saffron

Saffron – benefits for your health

For hundreds of years, saffron has brought color and flavor to kitchens everywhere. Not just a simple spice, saffron has become appreciated for its special qualities in support of our health. Saffron threads are used as a tincture or decoction in many ailments.

Spirulina

Spirulina

Spirulina and everything you need to know about it

Spirulina is an incredible dietary supplement, rich in chlorophyll, with countless benefits for the body. Spirulina can be consumed in the form of tablets or powder.

Turmeric

Turmeric

Turmeric – benefits and properties

Turmeric is used successfully in gastronomy and it is well known for its medicinal properties against high cholesterol, osteoarthritis or cancer, among many other deseases.