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June 27, 2017

 

Calendula Petals (Marigold)

 

Allergy caution - to daisy-family plants

 

Can be used for easing inflammation, and encouraging skin health including treating eczema and acne. They can also be used to help boost the lymphatic system so are good after infections and for water retention.

 

Its an anti-fungal, and can be used as a mouth wash for oral infections

 

Our Summer Wine blend contains marigold petals, check it out here 

 

Cayenne Pepper

 

Avoid during pregnancy and when taking medication especially blood thinning medication

 

This powerful spice is often used for detoxification and to stimulate circulation and digestion. It has been used to treat fevers, sore throats, join pain, colds and flu, and may help to prevent migraines. It is also an anti allergen, and can both ease symptoms and boost immunity

Chamomile (German)

 

Allergy caution - to daisy-family plants

 

Has many uses, the most common of which are to relieve insomnia (however too much before bed can have the opposite affect), reduce the effects of stress, ease anxiety and encourage healthy digestion. It may also help with menstrual cramps and keep periods regular. A strong tea is effective remedy for a stress headache. And is also used to treat skin conditions such as eczema, chickenpox and psoriasis.

 

We have 2 Chamomile based blends, Summer Wine and Tranquility-Tea 

Cinnamon

 

 

Avoid when pregnant

 

Is useful in the treatment of blood sugar imbalances, digestive disturbances (inc diarrhoea and vomiting) inflammatory conditions such as arthritis and may help promote brain health

 

Storm in a Teacup contains cinnamon, shop here 

 

 

 

Cloves

 

Avoid when pregnant

 

Used to treat inflammation of the joints, and as an analgesic for tooth and gum pain. In Ayurvedic medicine, they are used to prevent and treat colds and flu, and expel mucus. They may also help encourage a healthy digestion

 

Storm in a Teacup also contains cloves, find out more here 

 

 

Coriander seeds

 

 

Avoid when pregnant

 

The seeds can help aid digestion and promote the healthy function of the liver, balance blood sugar levels, fight unhealthy bacteria and detoxify the body. They can also be used to treat eye disease problems such as conjunctivitis

 

 

 

Please note: It is important to consult with your doctor or qualified herbalist before self medicating with any herbs, particularly if you are pregnant, breast feeding, have a health condition or are taking medication

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