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November 04, 2019
Did you know there are warming herbs you can incorporate into your daily life to keep you feeling vibrant well into the colder season? On top of proper beauty routines, including added hydration and extra rest, there are a handful of plants that can help rejuvenate your whole body, head to toe!
This potent herb is distilled from the leaves of the patchouli plant, leaving a versatile oil. Traditionally used to protect against and repel insects, patchouli oil is also extremely useful in healing rough, cracked, & overly dehydrated skin. This is a significant benefit leading to the colder, dry seasons, which can be irritating for our skin.
Aside from warding off unwanted gnats & bugs, this herb is comforting and refreshing for the skin, and it also contains muscle-relaxing properties for overwhelming serenity.
Deriving from the same plant family as mint, this ancient plant holds many beneficial properties. A lovely culinary and medicinal herb, Lemon Balm is used in teas, tinctures, oils, and more, bringing an abundance of healing perks. With plenty of antioxidants and antimicrobial compounds, this calming herb will help keep you calm, cool & collected through any season.
Ironically this profoundly healing herb comes from a potentially toxic plant named Elder (aka Sambucus). Aside from possible poison, this plant boasts with medicinal benefits, especially when it comes to the immune system. Combat common colds, the Flu, sinus infections, and other ailments with the power of Elderflower.
Ginger root is a well-researched, well-known, and well-loved herb thanks to its variety of health benefits. Medicinal uses are vast when it comes to this spicy root plant. It has been used mainly as a remedy for digestive issues such as bloating, heartburn, dyspepsia, and nausea.
In addition to common stomach ailments, ginger’s warming properties combat common colds and the Flu, making it ideal for the Fall and Winter months. Do you suffer from achy joints as the temps drop? Ginger is packed full of anti-inflammatory power, relieving joint problems, arthritis, osteoarthritis, and more.
Resin or sap from the ancient, African tree, Boswellia sacra, is used to make Frankincense oil. Frankincense has a long, sacred history from traditional medicinal remedies used throughout the world, to Biblical and spiritual importance. This immune-boosting, muscle-relieving, well-rounded essential oil is also known to rejuvenate saggy, tired skin. Keep your skin bright and your body feeling 100% no matter what the season with Frankincense.
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