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Learn All About the Benefits of Dandelion

The benefits of dandelion are often used for medicinal purposes thanks to its detox properties, which serve to cleanse the body. It’s believed that this plant originally comes from Europe. However, these days you can find it all over the…

Three Linseed Remedies To Relieve Constipation

Constipation is the isolated inability to empty your bowels after trying for 10 minutes or the absence of passing feces for 3 days or more. It’s difficult to define this situation, because between three stools a week and three stools a day…

Lose Weight Every Day with Pineapple Rind

The truth is that we can put on weight without even realizing it. Stress caused by work, a sedentary lifestyle and poor diet habits are the main causes of obesity.  However, is there a natural method that doesn’t require a…

Horsetail, a Slimming and Mineralizing Plant

Horsetail is a medicinal and mineralizing plant that boasts a number of health properties. These include helping eliminate fluid retention, which is why it complements weight loss diets for people who tend to feel bloated often. It’s also an excellent remedy for…

Medicinal Plants to Improve Your Memory

Alternative medicine has a lot of great medicinal plants for recovering from memory loss. Above all, they strengthen the mind and improve your ability to remember daily experiences and situations. Today, we’re going to talk about how to use medicinal plants…

Purifying Infusion with Honey, Vinegar and Tea

Tea, vinegar, and honey are some of the most recommended natural remedies, mostly due to their wonderful health benefits. Therefore, if you prepare an infusion that combines these three ingredients, you can make a truly spectacular purifying infusion. The Properties of Honey First…

How to Cleanse Your Body with Yerba Mate

Mate is an infusion, typical of Argentina and Uruguay, whose tradition has spread to other parts of the world for its wonderful health benefits. It’s prepared with ground-up yerba mate leaves that are put into a recipient (originally a squash bowl) and hot water…