Flowers not only decorate life. They also have healing properties.
Flowers adorn our lives: their appearance and aroma are able to excite, delight or comfort. But they can affect our health: it turns out that flowers have healing properties that can be successfully applied even for medicinal purposes.
Infusions and essential oils from flowers are used not only as a means of relaxation and stress control, but also as a prophylaxis and even therapeutic procedures for some diseases. The therapeutic effect of plants on the body can be achieved even by inhaling the aromas of flowers and herbs.
Its delicate and delicate aroma is recommended as often as possible to inhale people who are excessively sensitive, nervous - it will help get rid of depression, reduce the manifestations of nervousness. In addition, the smell of rose oil helps relieve symptoms of colds, relieve nausea and dizziness.
It is no coincidence that it is called a "natural relaxant." Lavender essential oil not only calms, but also helps to cope with tearfulness, hysterical reactions, eliminate overexcitation, and insomnia. Lavender dried flower sachets, laid out indoors, contribute to the creation of inner peace and harmony.
It captivates not only with its delicate, fabulous aroma, it also tones up beautifully. Green tea with jasmine in the morning will cheer you up no less effective than coffee. Jasmine essential oil relieves nervous tension, has a relaxing effect, helps with insomnia, headache.
The most amazing flower, with its modest, discreet beauty, it has a complex of healing properties.
Firstly, it is a wonderful natural antiseptic. Secondly, chamomile essential oil contains ascorbic acid and tannins. Broth chamomile rinse hair, its infusion is used to treat throat and gums. Lotions and shampoos based on chamomile are used to care for the delicate skin of babies, and balm with chamomile - for modern means of intimate hygiene.