Though its botanical name is “Cedrus atlanta“, Atlas cedar isn’t native to Atlantis… It hails to us from the Atlas mountains in North Africa! The essential oils extracted from this tall tree boast many health benefits.
Native to North America, blue skullcap or mad-dog skullcap is a herbaceous plant of the mint family that, if well exposed to sunlight, will grow very well in moist and rich soil – storing nutrients and compounds that share excellent health benefits.
Moringa is a plant that historically originated in India and in other Southeast Asian countries. It is now grown throughout the world in tropical and sub-tropical climates for its medicinal benefits and because it’s so easy to cultivate.
This a hybrid plant is a natural offspring of spike lavender (Lavandula latifolia) and noble lavender (L. augustifolia, also known as Lavandula officinalis). It of course shares the health benefits of its parents, and also has a few benefits of its own, too!
Native to Asia, horseheal (or elfdock) is a herbaceous perennial belonging to the « Inula » genus, which is part of the aster (or Asteraceae) family. Famous for its therapeutic and medicinal properties,
The kiwi, a world-famous fuzz-covered brown fruit has long been known to harbor many health benefits and a high nutritional value. It belongs to the Actinidiaceae family. For the past 2000 years, this fruit has been cultivated and grown, often to provide for tasty desserts. It’s among the few food items known to trigger allergy.