Natural remedies

Natural remedies

To treat transient ailments or seasonal ailments, so-called "natural remedies" can be used. This term indicates a wide range of products made exclusively with plant extracts or other substances existing in nature. Natural remedies can have different formulations: herbal teas, decoctions, infusions, tablets, capsules and granular powder. In fact, the naturalness of the remedy does not concern only its preparation, but also its commercial formulation, made using only vitamins, amino acids and other substances obtained from plants. The species that lend themselves to the preparation of natural remedies are many and are called "medicinal plants". Among the best known are chamomile, lemon balm and valerian, historic plants with calming and anxiolytic effects. Modern herbal medicine uses many other plants suitable for the preparation of slimming remedies, ... continue


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continue ... , draining and purifying. The range of species used to treat various ailments is now very large. There are natural remedies suitable to combat coughs and sore throats, but also more severe ailments, such as depression. Among the anti-flu plants we remember propolis, while among the antidepressant ones we can mention St. John's wort. There are also many natural remedies against water retention or weight gain, where extracts of algae or seeds and juices of tropical plants are used. Among the plants with excellent anti-inflammatory and immunostimulating properties, aloe is also mentioned, a fatty or succulent species whose extracts are also used for cosmetic purposes. In order for natural remedies to take effect, they must be taken regularly and according to the doses recommended by the doctor or herbalist. The use of natural remedies is not recommended in case of chronic diseases or the simultaneous use of other drugs. The active ingredients of the latter, in fact, combined with those of natural remedies, can give rise to dangerous interactions. Some home remedies, such as herbal teas, infusions and decoctions, should be avoided in case of pregnancy and breastfeeding. Studies and experiments also confirm the potential "abortive" effects of some plants. It follows that the intake of natural remedies based on them must be carefully avoided. However, there are remedies that can be safely taken even in the case of particular psychophysical conditions. But any intake or administration of plant extracts must always be authorized and monitored by a herbalist or a competent doctor.


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