Benefits of Herbal tinctures and supplements
As many of us are inclined towards the holistic way of living, we naturally are drawn towards herbal remedies and other herbal solutions. The good news is there are quite a few wellbeing brands to choose from.
Herbal remedies have been used for hundreds if not thousands of years and there are many who still opt for the herbal solution rather than the conventional. Some of the main herbal treatments include the herbal tinctures which are made by macerating the herb in water and alcohol. This process helps draw out the goodness and the medicinal properties of the herb into the liquid and hence making this into herbal medicine so to speak. It almost an easier way of taking herbs and the herb being in liquid form is better assimilated into the system.
Many of these herbs will be common kitchen herbs that you may be familiar with already. Herbs such as Rosemary, Basil, Sage, Fennel and Bay are all amazing herbs that not only provide culinary garnish but actually offer health benefits. There are other herbs too that may not grow in your garden, but grow in the wild such as Chaste Tree and Dandelion Root, Milk Thistle and Valerian. All these wonderful plants are made into tinctures, and each offers its very own benefits. Valerian for example is an excellent herbal remedy for sleep while Milk Thistle is known for its benefits for cleansing and boosting the eliminatory organs.
Tinctures are not the only form of remedies, herbal supplements which are powdered herbs in capsule or powder form can be taken to boost health and wellbeing. Again most herbs that are made into tinctures would be made into supplements. These can be either organic or wild crafted herbs which grown naturally in their own habitat. Most reputed wellbeing brand will offer vegetarian and vegan friendly herbal supplements so this means the capsule will be made with vegetable cellulose.
As many of us lean towards natural living herbal remedies are picking up new audiences and attracting new markets too. Natural beauty products are also seeing a surge in popularity as women choose organic and natural skin and hair care products. Cold pressed oils such as Aragn oil, Virgin coconut oil and Rosehip Seed oil are now being hailed as the ultimate skin rejuvenators and are a great option for those that seek natural beauty remedies.
Of course a holistic lifestyle would mean one would more or less lead a healthy lifestyle, which means eating well balanced meals with plenty of the fruit and veg and avoiding the nasties and the junk foods.
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