On Friday, decoction with diuretic, astringent, antiseptic and antibiotic properties. In the case of cystitis, leykorroias, nephritis and kidney stones
Derived from the distillation of the flowers of the shrub Jasminum officinale.It is, along with the attar, one of the most precious essential oils. For a pound of oil must be collected 8 million flowers before dawn.
Obtained by pressure of the shell of mature fruit of the plant Citrus limonum. About 3.000 lemons needed to prepare an essential oil kg. It is a very good astringent. Used in very oily skin and problems of youthful skin.
Clove or clove or cloves. The dried blossoms and buds contain phenols (eugenol 75-87%) terpenes (caryophyllene 2-12%) esters (eugenyl acetate 8-15%) with strong action as antineyralgiko, analgesic, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, and also…
CLOVE OIL – Garyfalelaio
Obtained by distillation from the dried buds of the plant Eugenia caryophyllata. It has antiseptic and aromatic qualities for’ this xrisimopoieitai for flavoring enclosures
Botanical name: The cultivated Allio (Allium sativum), It belongs to the family of Liliaceae. Originally from the Middle East and thrives worldwide as a cultivated. Need prosilio, protected part.
Botanical name: Alchemilla the common (Alchemilla vulgaris)
The Alchemilla belongs to the family of rodwdwn (Rosaceae). Originally from Europe and flourishes in meadows, pasture and Gardens.
It is hardy plant, has yellow green flowers size 3 – 5 mm. It blooms from May to September and the height reaches 40 cm.
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