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Tilia Vulgaris

Throughout the ages we find evidence of preparations made from flowers or peel cooked, crushed and mixed with culinary preparations. Linden has always been used for its sedative and soothing properties. The herbal tea, made from dried flowers and leaves, has been used since the 16th century.

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Vaccinium Myrtillus

The blueberry blossoms in the humid undergrowth and temperate heathland of the northern hemisphere, widely grown in the world, multiplies by sowing in autumn or by root separation. in summer, ripe fruit in late summer or early autumn.

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Kigelia Africana

Kigelia africana is a magical plant especially for the treatment of infertility. The fruits of a particular form are used to make the breasts of girls grow. This can be seen as a verification of the ‘theory of signatures’ It being given the suggestive form of these fruits.

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Melissa Officinalis

Melissa is a plant native to the eastern Mediterranean basin (Turkey) and found in all the temperate climates of the planet. lts use as a medicinal plant, dates back to theophrastus and Hippocrates, in Ancient Greece At the time, it was already recognized its benefits to calm people disorders.

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Paullinia Cupana

It was the American Indians of the Tupi-Guarani branch who discovered the properties of guarana a long time ago, its seeds were already used in herbal medicine in pre-Columbian times (more than 2,000 years BC), to combat fatigue and control appetite, during times of famine or long expeditions the forest.

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Tinospora Bakis

This is the very example of the application of the ‘Signatures theory’, where a yellow root of the Bakis makes it possible to treat jaundice in the broadest sense, diagnosed by the coloring of and sclerotitis. Jaundice integuments resulting from hepatitis or following a malaria attack are treated by this plant. It is often associated with the green fruit of Carica papaya.

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Melaleuca Alternifolia

Originally from Australia, the tea tree grows on the wet soils of New South Wales and Queensland. It is grown by cuttings in summer. The leaves and small branches used for the extraction of oil essential are collected during the year.

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