Wild Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum)- Buckeye is well known, but it is not in our forests, as wild trees. Originally from Iraq, northern India and northern Greece where the cultivation expanded throughout the world as an ornamental tree Alayna. For medicinal purposes have been using leaves, flowers, bark of young twigs and seeds, but now used Read More →


Parsley has been known since ancient times as a spice in cookery and medicinal plant in medicine. Parsley is the homeland of the eastern Mediterranean, and from there it spread all over the world. Supplemental names are various, depending on the region. Supplemental names generally refer to this plant and do not determine its species Read More →


Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices. Records of him are in the Egyptian, Greek and Roman manuscripts. Modern scientific research suggests that cinnamon has a positive effect in many diseases. This spice can help with gastritis, diabetes, high cholesterol, fungal and bacterial infections and many other diseases. Ceylon and Chinese Cinnamon Medicinal cinnamon gets just the Read More →


Asparagus (lat Asparagus) is a perennial plant of the lily family. Asparagus is one of the oldest wild cultures of the Mediterranean. Prized as a delicacy for over 2000 years. This plant has spread across many continents, since there are many subspecies. Some species are used more for food, the other for treatment – such as Asparagus racemosus , known as Read More →

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