Scientific name: Lavandula angutifolia
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EtherEssential Oil garden, Medicinal Garden ₡4,000.00 Add to cart
Scientific name: Aloysia spp
Medicinal use: It is mainly used and known to relieve stomach ailments. It is digestive and useful in case of lack of appetite, since it stimulates the appetite. Increases the production and elimination of bile, which is favorable in cases of liver problems. It is an antiseptic for the stomach, popularly it has been used to fight and eliminate intestinal parasites. It is emmenagogue, that is, it regulates and promotes menstruation.
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ElderberryCulinary Garden, Medicinal Garden ₡3,400.00 Read more
Scientific name: Sambucus nigra
Origin: Europe and N America
Medicinal use: Jams and jellies are prepared with the elderberries. With its flowers, donuts or a sparkling wine to which they provide a pleasant perfume. Bring the water to a boil (put something else because it evaporates), dissolve the sugar in it.
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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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Verbena, Mint LemonEssential Oil garden, Medicinal Garden ₡1,700.00 Add to cart
Verbena, Mint Lemon
Scientific name: Lippia alba
Origin: Tropical America
Medicinal use: The essential oil of lemon/mint verbena, when extracted, contains a high concentration of powerful antioxidant components, including verbascoside, nerol, geraniol, and citral. This oil has multiple uses, whether for cleaning, in the kitchen, in aromatherapy and for massages. However, the most common use for the lemon verbena plant is in the form of tea.
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