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Contributes to a good hepatobiliary system function, to lose weight and to lower cholesterol thanks to its active principle called “cinarina”. Supports the regulation of sugar in the blood. And helps decrease corporal fat and urine retention.
Rich in Vitamin E and fatty acids that help the skin retain moisture. The oil is especially rich in proteins, which can provide the amino acids required for the formation of collagen.
Grapefruit contains an enzyme that becomes active by the organic compound in grapefruit called “nootkatone”. When this enzyme gets triggered, it boosts the metabolism and encourages weight-loss. Another desirable benefit in grapefruit is due to its cellulite reducing compounds. Grapefruit also contains significant levels of anti-inflammatory properties and the enzyme “bromelain”, which is known to help break down cellulite.
Research suggests that the compound present in unroasted green coffee beans is possibly effective against weight gain and fat accumulation by inhibiting fat absorption and activation of fat metabolism in the liver.
This oil has diuretic properties that help the body in flushing excess water leading to fluid retention. Because if it’s thermogenic effect, cypress also stimulates circulation by increasing blood flow. Cypress can be used to support the treatment of cellulite caused by poor lymphatic flow.
Fennel seed is used as an effective digestive aid and to relieve bloating. It has mild diuretic properties that support in reducing edema.
Research shows that cells treated with “cinnamaldehyde”, a compound found in cinnamon boost metabolism and activate digestive enzymes. Several studies have shown that cinnamon can significantly lower fasting blood sugar levels and may even help reduce belly fat.
Spearmint is a herbaceous perennial plant with a wide range of applications. It aids in digestion, helps optimize hormonal balance and helps increase circulation.
Lemongrass is used to kick-start the metabolism and help in losing weight. In the world of natural health, lemongrass is a known effective diuretic and supports the detoxification process.
Geranium oil has many multi-functional benefits including treating acne, reducing inflammation, alleviating anxiety and balancing hormones. Geranium is also a diuretic and can promote urination and the release of toxins. The oil was used in ancient Egypt for promoting beautiful and radiant skin.
Rich in oleic and linoleic fatty acids, Marula oil deeply hydrates, nourishes, improves skin elasticity, and helps reduce trans-epidermal water loss increasing the smoothness to the skin.
Classed as a “cholagogue” herb that promotes the flow of bile, Blessed Thistle stimulates the detoxification process of the liver.
Lemon peels contain as much as 5 to 10 times more vitamins than the lemon juice itself and a plethora of beneficial compounds that promote weight-loss. In a study mice on a fattening diet were given lemon polyphenols extracted from the peel. They gained less weight and less body fat than the other mice.
Fennel seeds help flush out excess fluids and toxins and have diaphoretic properties that stimulate perspiration.
Juniper berries can help relieve bloating and are considered a digestive aid in folk medicine.
Coriander seeds reduce bloating and support a healthy menstrual cycle by regulating endocrine gland and hormone function.
Lavender helps in restoring hormonal balance, is an anti-inflammatory and has a stimulating effect on urine production.
Black pepper contains “piperine”, which prevents fat cell differentiation, enhances fat metabolism, burning of calories, and increases the bioavailability of nutrients. The “capsaicin” compound in pepper suggests that it may also act as an appetite suppressant.
Parsley contains high levels of a flavonoid called “apigenin”. Apigenin possesses remarkable powerful antioxidant properties. This popular herb has been used for centuries in folk medicine as a natural detox remedy, as a diuretic, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory agent.
Bladderwrack is a type of seaweed and the original source of iodine in the 19th century. Iodine is an important modulator of the thyroid gland that keeps our metabolic functions in balance. One of the effects associated with bladderwrack is said to be a heightened metabolism, which can support weight loss.
Milk thistle is a herbal remedy derived from the milk thistle plant, also known as Silybum marianum. The active ingredients in milk thistle are a group of plant compounds collectively known as “silymarin”. Milk thistle is often promoted for its liver-protecting effects. Due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, milk thistle may be a useful for chronic inflammatory skin condition.
This tropical fruit is known to support weight-loss, act as an appetite suppressant and help block the body’s ability to store fat.
This herb that has many benefits for your health and wellbeing. Studies have shown a reduction in fat intake and decrease in appetite. Fenugreek has also been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects in rats and mice.
Rich in Vitamin C and bioactive compounds like polyphenols, Dandelion can be effective in reducing inflammation. Dandelion is also a superb herb that aids the digestive system by cleansing the liver and maintaining proper flow of bile. The role of our liver is to produce bile, which helps enzymes in the body break down fats into fatty acids — and to filter and detoxify our blood.
In Chinese medicine cleavers are used to disperse stagnancy and inflammation and for urinary tract problems. The plant is used for cleansing and toning the lymph, relieving swollen glands, decongesting the kidneys, purifying the detoxifying the blood. It is also antiseptic and treats irritation.
Stinging nettle contains ingredients that can decrease inflammation and increase urine output. It is a superb plant used for joint ailments, as a diuretic, and as an astringent. The extract is used as an ingredient in hair and skin products for it’s beautifying properties.
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