Camomile not only calms your stomach and gut. It’s a really versatile herbal remedy that can do lots more…
The positive benefits of sea algae were already recognised in the 19th century. In 1867 the French doctor Bonardyur introduced the term "thalassotherapy" or “sea therapy”.
Coffee was used as a natural remedy in Arabic medicine as far back as 900 AD. Later it was used in the cosmetics industry – first in household products, then in professional cosmetics.
Ancient Egyptians knew the beneficial properties of cedar. At first cedar oil was used for embalming and later it was added to perfumes and cosmetics.
Almonds are a very useful product and not only for eating. They have many beauty uses too. Almonds were used in beauty treatments in ancient Egypt before they gradually conquered the world.
Vanilla, which originates in Mexico and Central America, is now one of the most popular spices in the world. The ancient Indian tribes and Aztecs valued it not only for its flavour, but also…
Bergamot belongs to the genus of citrus fruits. It was created in south east Asia by crossing bitter orange with lemon. The plant is more prevalent along part of the Italian coastline.
Ginseng ("zhen" in Chinese - "man", "shen" - "body") has been called the ‘root of life’ due to its wonderful properties and people have been using it for thousands of years. This multifaceted…
We all know that local honey is a natural healthy remedy and great all-rounder for beauty. But there’s something even better and it comes from New Zealand: manuka honey.
In China they say that green tea makes your skin shine and your eyes sparkle. Green tea makes you beautiful from the inside and on the outside.
In Ancient Egypt coconut oil was one of prized as a rejuvenation remedy. So why shouldn’t we also use Cleopatra’s beauty secret?
The oil of the fruits of the argan tree is undoubtedly a ‘super ingredient’ and its usefulness has long been known. Argan oil comes from Morocco, where it is highly valued.
Camomile is a universal natural remedy that is used in medicine and cosmetology. No wonder that it is one of the most favorite medical plants in Europe.
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