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Basil, CloveEssential Oil garden ₡1,700.00 Read more
₡1,700.00Category: Essential Oil garden
Scientific name: Ocimum gratissimum
Medicinal use: This species native to the Antilles is one of the most important of this well-known genus. Its aromatic oil is highly valued in the perfume industry, and is also cultivated as a repellent for mosquitoes. A sweet herbal tea is made from the clove-scented leaves as well as being used as a condiment. This herb can be prescribed as an antipyretic, or to expel intestinal worms, particularly in children.
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AngelicaChinese, Essential Oil garden ₡3,400.00 Add to cart
Scientific name: Angelica archangelica
Origin: Europe and Syria
Medicinal use: It is full of benefits and properties, it is carminative, expectorant, diuretic, antispasmodic, stimulant and stomach tonic. It is an effective remedy to treat cases of bronchitis, to calm the cough and for cases in which colds and flu are accompanied by fever. Because it is rich in essential oils with carminative properties, it comes in handy in case of gas, or intestinal colic, as well as to expel flatulence.
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Lemon balmCulinary Garden, Essential Oil garden, Medicinal Garden ₡1,700.00 Add to cart
Scientific name: Melissa officinalis
Origin: Mediterranean and S Europe
Medicinal use: Its leaves are often used to give aroma and flavor to both hot and cold tea. The leaves are also used to flavor dishes as a substitute for lemon peel. The fresh leaves give a lemony flavor to salads, soups, sauces, herb vinegars, game and fish (especially in Spain), and are an ingredient in Agua del Carmen, Liquors such as Benedictine and Chartreuse and cordials of vina.
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Almond, BeachEssential Oil garden ₡2,300.00 Add to cart
₡2,300.00SKU: 0125 Category: Essential Oil garden
Scientific name: Terminalia catappa
Origin: SE Asia
Medicinal use: It develops to a wingspan of 35 m, with a crown of symmetrical horizontal branches directed upwards. The fruit is edible, with a slightly acid taste. Due to its richness in active principles, the leaves (and even the bark) are used in various traditional medicines. The wood is red, solid and very resistant to water; It is used in Polynesia to make canoes. Using the leaves to loosen the pericarp can be a strategy to avoid its bitter taste.
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