Comfrey is high in Calcium & Vitamin C & simulates healing activity. Traditionally it is referred to as “knitbone” for its ability to speed healing of broken bones & wounds due to its natural concentration of allantoin. Comfrey relieves pain & inflammation caused by injuries & degeneration, especially the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis & osteoarthritis. Comfrey's astringent tannins form a protective surface over wounds that promotes healing. #dherbs #healthtips
Fresh Bay Leaves contain a lot of Vitamin C & have immunity building, wound healing & body resistant properties. Bay Leaves are also rich in Vitamain A & B, Potassium, Calcium, Iron, Zinc, etc. They can reduce the effects of stomach ulcers & has also been used to treat rheumatism, amenorrhea, & colic. The leaves are very effective in treating diabetes. The powdered leaves consumed for 30 days has shown a great drop in blood glucose, cholesterol & triglycerides. #dherbs #healthtips
Strawberries are brimming with gum–building vitamin C that maintains your gums' strength & integrity. Citrus fruits strengthen blood vessels & connective tissue. Fresh cranberries interrupt the bonding of oral bacteria. Folic acid promotes a healthy mouth & supports cell growth. Sesame seeds reduce plaque & help remineralize tooth enamel. Gargling with sesame oil was just as effective as using chlorhexidine mouthwash in reducing plaque, gingival & the total bacterial count.
Lingonberries has been shown to increase red blood cells, & liver enzymes needed to rejuvenate the liver. These pearly red, ripe berries are popular in the healing of gastritis, gastric ulcers & hypertony, while preventing liver disease & improving digestion. Taking the berries regularly keeps free radicals from spreading in the body. Lingonberry have almost twice the phenols as cranberries. #dherbs #healthtips