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For topics that have not been treated in this column or to ask specific questions, use this section! In questions and answers an editorial expert will take care of answering your curiosity and giving you useful advice on herbal medicine. Herbal medicine is the science that treats diseases through plants and herbs. In this field, however, speaking of science and above all of medical science or medicine can be a bit risky. It is true that herbal medicine has managed to carve out a prominent place in the interests of consumers. This interest can be explained by the fact that many plants, even common ones, have beneficial principles and properties. The beneficial effects of the plants are also confirmed by studies and research. In this sense it is not difficult to choose plants or plant extracts to be used to cure different ailments. All plants that have beneficial health or healing effects are called "official". With medicinal plants you can prepare decoctions herbal teas, mother tinctures, capsules, tablets, juices and powder supplements. The use of plants should be reserved for minor and transient disorders, such as colds, conjunctivitis, colitis, insomnia, headaches, menstrual pain, stress and fatigue problems, water retention and the like. In these conditions, medicinal plants can make a valuable contribution to a fast and rapid improvement. Precisely because of the various fields of intervention of plants, the theme of herbal medicine is rather complex and delicate. An aid to a greater understanding of herbal remedies can be obtained from the "herbalist questions and answers" section, a column included in our online magazine. In this section, users can post questions related to the vast world of medicinal plants. Each question will be answered by an expert. Among the most interesting questions in the section, "how to prepare a rose syrup", "which plants to use for conjunctivitis", "what properties possesses the bitter herb". By comparing and sharing the various questions and answers, we can learn more about beneficial plants. It can also be discovered, for example, that the bitter herb, considered by all a plant to combat excessive weight loss, actually includes several plants also used to treat other ailments. There are also questions related to the cultivation, use and properties of medicinal plants, such as those related to aloe and echinacea purpurea. These plants, if grown in the garden, can also have a noticeable decorative effect. To read, also the questions and answers on the properties of eucalyptus, whose leaves and essences have always been used to treat coughs, phlegm and colds.
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