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600 years BC, the Persians discovered a reed giving honey. Previously, the sugar called "salt Indian" was kept for the pharmacopoeia for its healing properties, extremely expensive, it was associated with the nobility. He was then associated with various flower syrups and fruit juices and that was always sold in apothecaries.

The first known text on herbal medicine was developed by the Sumerians 3000 BC In Europe, plants account for most of the pharmacopoeia until the late nineteenth century, before the advent of modern chemistry.

Some properties of plants:

Pineapple: antiinflammatory
Anis: digestion, psychostimulant
Bergamot: intestinal cramps
Cassis: antiarthrosique, anti inflammatory
Lemon: Antiseptic
Poppy anxiolithique (insomnia, heart palpitations)
Eucalpytus: sine (antispetique, respiratory)
Ginger: Anti-nausea, blood circulation
Lavender: Antiseptic, healing, soothing, (aromatherapy)
Mint: bloating, diuretic
Honey: Sore Throat
Bilberry: antioxidant, protecting vascular view.
Pin: bronchi (respiratory antiseptic.)
Licorice: antihypertensive, antiviral, antiulcer
Verbena: migraine




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