Scientific name: Hibiscus acetosella
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SageCulinary Garden, Essential Oil garden, Medicinal Garden ₡1,900.00 Read more
Scientific name: Salvia officinalis
Medicinal use: This organic essential oil based on sage (salvia officinalis) is ideal for stimulating the immune system. It is used for its antiviral and expectorant properties with symptoms of flu, bronchitis and sinusitis. It is perfect in cases of painful menstruation or irregular periods.
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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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Mugwort, AmericanMedicinal Garden ₡1,900.00 Add to cart
₡1,900.00SKU: 0045 Category: Medicinal Garden
Scientific name: Artemisia ludoviciana
Origin: N America
Medicinal use: Mugword is known to improve the performance and health of the digestive system. Thanks to its components such as absinthe and anabsintin, digestion can be significantly improved by stimulating the digestive system. It is considered one of the best natural antibiotics. Wormwood has also been used as an adjunct in liver and gallbladder problems. Increases the secretion of bile juices, decongesting the liver and improving its functions.
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Lemon balmCulinary Garden, Essential Oil garden, Medicinal Garden ₡1,900.00 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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