The benefits of misting
Heritage in Natural Medicin
Using the plants around us for healing has been part of our human heritage from the beginning of time. Herbal medicines healed us for many generations before chemical drugs become the norm.
Your body can potentially absorb up to 80% of what you mist/inhale, compared to approximately 20% if you would take your supplements as a pill.
- Ginger: Is praised around the world in different fields including traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurvedic Medicine, Western Science, and even ancient folklore remedies. Ginger has been documented for its numerous health benefits, especially in relation to digestive health, fighting inflammation and nausea. Chinese describes ginger as a ‘yang herb’; that comforts and warms up the body. The root is also a general stimulant, being one of many spices that are regarded as being aphrodisiacs.
- Ginseng: Was discovered in the mountains of Northern China (Manchuria) over 5000 years ago and is said to be a compilation of Emperor Shen-Nung the father of Chinese medicine. Treasured and revered for its almost mythical powers, ginseng quickly became popular in China. Old literature states that Ginseng could help improve brain functions such as memory, behavior and mood. The herb may be viable treatments for fatigue and may also stimulate the sexual appetite.
- Echinacea: The echinacea plant originates from North America and was deployed and re-planted by the indigenous Indians. The unique echinacea roots may enhance the immune system and keep you from getting the common cold. With a tremendous amount of l research it is indeed a stimulate that has been used as an immune boosting alternative. Nevertheless, echinacea is used in an aphrodisiac aromatherapy treatment that increases sexual appetite.
- Chamomile: Is one of the oldest, most widely used and well documented medicinal plant for mankind and has been recommended for a variety of healing applications. Chrysin, a specific flavonoid found in chamomile, is believed to be responsible for chamomile's purpose as a sleep aid. The Chamomile extract is believed to have the capacity to soothe a person down and act as a muscle relaxant. Aqueous Chamomile extract has been frequently used as a mild sedative to calm nerves and reduce anxiety, nightmares, insomnia and other sleep problems.
- Peppermint: Mint has been used for health purposes for several thousand years. It is mentioned in records from ancient Greece, Rome, and Egypt. Peppermint has a long history of cultivation and has been used particularly in herbal medicine. The Roman natural philosopher Pliny wrote that mint should be bound into a crown around the head in order to stimulate the mind and the soul. Peppermint extract has been used for centuries as a sexual stimulant, known to give a mental boost and might also help relieve sadness. It is known to surpress appetite and reduce cravings.
- Ashwagandha: Is famous for being one of the most revered and powerful plants in traditional Ayurvedic medicine, also believed to be the basis for traditional Tibetan medicine. The great yogi Panuarvasu Atreya worked as a personal physician to the king Nagnajita of Gandhara Kingdom and used ashwagandha as a potent lust increasing and stimulant herb. When consuming it, history tells that one will get the “vigor strength of a stallion”.
- Passionflower: The ancient use of Passiflora as a medical plant was lauded for the first time by a Spanish researcher Monardus in Peru in 1569. He used the plant for irritability, sleep aid, as an anxiety reliever and a natural calming agent. Studies show that the plant may enhance lust and therefore sexual performance. The plant is historically known to support the overall feeling of tranquility.
- Chinese white tea: Was originated in China during the Chinese Imperial Dynasties (600-1300). During these times, citizens were required to make a yearly tribute to the current Emperor, and it was often done in the form of tea. The tea had to be both rare and fine. Secret Gardens were developed to harvest this white rare and honored tea. White tea is the least processed tea. Because of this, it retains a high amount of antioxidants.
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