Plantain leaves (Plantago) are rich in calcium and other minerals and vitamins, but especially, they are rich in vitamin K, with aucubin as the active ingredient, responsible for most of its antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects, it also has the specific allantoin that helps in skin regeneration. Its very promising use in the treatment of bleeding cuts and wounds, and for its astringent, emollient and fluidizing properties of phlegm both in the respiratory tract and in the digestive system - thus, it is a very useful plant in flu-like conditions, diarrhea and other difficulties resulting cooling or viruses. It can also be used as an aid in the treatment of stomach ulcers, gastritis and other gastrointestinal inflammatory processes ... View more »
The analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties of the Devil's Claw (harpago), is indicated as an aid in the treatment of rheumatism, as in the case of painful arthrosis, arthritis, bursitis and tendinitis or pain in the spine, and in the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders, such as constipation, diarrhea and excess intestinal gas. ... View more »
Rooibos tea contains high levels of antioxidants such as flavonoids and minerals such as: iron, potassium, calcium, copper, manganese, magnesium and zinc. Its properties help to reduce the risk of cancer and improve cardiovascular health, this tea can have important benefits for human health, helping to fight, diabetes, allergies, digestive problems, constipation, diarrhea, gastritis, stomach pains. These antioxidant effects help to protect cells from harm
free radicals, preventing premature aging and weakening of the immune system. In addition to anti-inflammatory action. ... View more »
Senna has laxative, purgative, purifying and deworming properties and, for this reason, it is widely used to treat gastrointestinal problems, especially constipation.
However, since it makes stools softer, it can also be used to relieve the discomfort of defecation in people with anal fissures and hemorrhoids. ... View more »