Scientific name: Recinus communis
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Motherword, commonMedicinal Garden ₡1,900.00 Add to cart
₡1,900.00SKU: 0040 Category: Medicinal Garden
Scientific name: Leonurus cardiaca
Origin: S Africa
Medicinal use: Among the variety of uses in medicine can be highlighted. Antiarrhythmic: Used to mediate tachycardia and accelerated palpitations. Cardiotonic: That allows to regulate blood pressure in cases of people with high pressures. Sedatives: Used to aid in anxiety or insomnia problems of neuronal origin, Oxytocic: Which promotes the release of oxytocin and causes contractions in the uterus. It can be used for menorrhagia and metrorrhagia (abnormal vaginal bleeding caused by abnormalities).
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Sorrel, FrenchMedicinal Garden ₡1,900.00 Add to cart
₡1,900.00SKU: 0015 Category: Medicinal Garden
Scientific name: Rumex scutatus
Origin: Europe, SW Siberia and Iran
Medicinal use: The plant contains mainly oxalates, especially potassium bioxalate (7%) which is responsible for its characteristic acid taste. It also contains anthraquinones, tannins, quercithin, vitexin, iron salts and vitamin C. Aperitif and diuretic, slightly laxative. Other properties are: antianemic, purifying the blood, remineralizing, mucolytic, decongestant of the skin and stimulating the organic defenses.
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Dysentery barkCategory: Medicinal Garden
Scientific name: Simarouba glauca
Origin: Mexico and C America
Medicinal use: Its seeds produce an edible oil. The bark and root infusion is used to treat malaria, gastrointestinal conditions (diarrhea, atonic dyspepsia, weakness, amoebiasis, worms, whipworms, vomiting), nervousness, intermittent fevers, cough. The leaf tincture has antiamebic activity. The crushed leaves are applied topically to treat skin conditions and some forms of cancer.
Tarragon, MexicanCulinary Garden, Essential Oil garden, Medicinal Garden ₡2,300.00 Add to cart
Scientific name: Tagetes lucida
Origin: Mexico and S America
Medicinal use:Tarragon prevents stomach ulcers as it is a natural source of nerol. It is also effective to treat gastritis, and the H. bacteria. It also stimulates the production of bile, since this plant has a choleretic and choleretic effect, that is, it favors the production and expulsion of bile from the liver. To obtain the benefits of this plant, you can place five grams of dried tarragon leaves in 250 milliliters of boiling water for a few minutes. Let it rest and enjoy this infusion after meals, which will give excellent results.
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