World of Herbs & Minerals
This page describes the most commonly used plants in Himalayan knowledge of healing. Each plant is an ecosystem which combines all of its parts to heal and balance our body systems. Each plant has the unique ability to draw nutrients from the Nature and transform them into biologically active constituents. All cultures have used herbs for beauty and healing through the centuries. When collecting wild crafted herbs, leaves, roots, fruits, seeds, bark various factors are taken into account: area situation, air, soil, altitude, water, sunlight, moon phase, time of day, weather and season.
References: Clove (Syzygium aromaticum): a precious spice Clove uses, benefits & dosage Effect of 50% ethanolic extract of Syzygium aromaticum (L.) Merr. & Perry. (clove) on sexual behaviour of normal male rats Efficacy of traditional […]
- April 24, 2017
Scientific references: WHO Monograph Cortex Cinnamomi Cinnamon uses, benefits & dosage Scientific Support & Reference Citations Bark Extracts of Ceylon Cinnamon Possess Antilipidemic Activities and Bind Bile Acids In Vitro Anti-Atherosclerotic Potential of Aqueous Extract […]
- April 28, 2017
Herb with large glabrous green leaves, Flowers yellowish white in spike. Distributed in central and eastern Nepal to about 1000-2000 m in moist places, cultivated.Good for skin. Helpful to skin disorders and helps in improving […]
- April 22, 2017