Native to Indonesia, cloves are known for their many benefits. It is anti-inflammatory and soothes muscle pain. But it is also a very good local anesthetic and an effective antiseptic. Cloves also work against bacteria, microbes and viruses.
Cinnamon has many virtues, known and used for a long time by traditional medicine. It is a plant that can treat or relieve people suffering from certain pathologies, such as intestinal disorders or asthenia.
Cinnamon contains countless antioxidants, useful in the fight against certain cancers and cardiovascular diseases. Promoting intestinal transit, this plant also contains a lot of magnesium, iron and dietary fiber.
Gastrointestinal protector and powerful anti-inflammatory, Turmeric treats digestive disorders, soothes pain due to gastritis and other inflammations of the intestine and plays a protective role for the stomach and liver.
Sage has multiple medicinal properties, from regulating perspiration to that of menstrual cycles, including sore throats, gingivitis and wound disinfection. Its use other than culinary, however, requires some precautions due to the strong presence of thujone in its essential oil.
Rosemary is suitable as a restorative, to stimulate people who suffer from asthenia, while acting preventively against insomnia. It has antiseptic qualities which make it a good agent for cleaning the skin and sensitive areas or acting directly on infected wounds. It can also be used for its antitussive power.
Fenugreek has anti-inflammatory, stimulating and soothing virtues, with the ability to open the appetite, promoting, among other things, weight gain, or regulating blood sugar.
Oregano is one of the plants widely used in herbal medicine (infusions or essential oils). Analgesic, anti-infectious, antiseptic, antibacterial, antioxidant, its therapeutic virtues, in particular to fight against pathogenic germs, are recognized.