Herbs

As the world wakes up to the freshness of nature and natural products, Herbs take on a leading role. Simple everyday foods and herbs have moved out of the kitchen to be an effective, inexpensive and safe part of health care. The time-tested science of Ayurveda uses the goodness of single herbs and different foods to keep your body at its healthiest best. Women Fitness presents a detailed Directory of herbs.

Albizzia

 

 

Albizzia bark comes from the albizzia tree, which is also known as the mimosa. The tree can reach a height of 30 feet, with whitish-pink flowers. Like most other trees, albizzia bark is grey-brown in color, with a rough exterior and a whitish or yellowish interior.

The bark is collected from the tree during the summer and autumn, then cut into small pieces for medicinal use. According to the principles of traditional Chinese medicine, albizzia bark has sweet and neutral properties, and is associated with the Heart and Liver meridians. It is most commonly used as a tonic to help tranquilize the mind, reduce fatigue and ease tension. Albizzia bark also treats skin conditions such as carbuncles and acne, reduces pain swelling, and stimulates blood circulation. It can be used either externally or internally.

 




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April, 17 2015

Strain on delicate eye muscles as well as improper blood flow to the retina can cause vision to deteriorate. There are certain herbs that can treat blurred vision, improve night vision, slow the progression of glaucoma and cataracts and help keep the eyes healthy. More>

 

 

 

 

 




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