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‘Simply put, protein is a source of protein. The body calls for them when you run at the machines in the gym, when you whimper in pain after training at home, or when you just want to be fit. And this one didn”t have to milk any cows. It grew nicely outside from seed to seed.’
‘Can you predict the future? Calendula can! Take a look into your cup. If calendula flowers are closed in the morning, it will rain that day. Enjoy this wise herb together with hemp, thyme and oregano in your cup on a rainy day – or even if it doesn”t rain. This blend provides a perfect boost for your digestive tract and will ensure a peaceful flow of thoughts and emotions to your mind. The combination of thyme and oregano has calming effects and promotes healthy digestion. Even our grandmothers believed in the anti-inflammatory properties of hemp blended with calendula.’
Why is it said that woman’s best friend is Lady’s Mantle? And why is it that a yarrow flower added to a wedding bouquet can ensure a lifetime of love? The answer to both of these questions is found in this herbal blend. Lady’s mantle, yarrow, and dead nettle have all been known to provide healing to women since ancient times. They soothe and cleanse the body while helping to alleviate unpleasant sensations during menstruation and menopause. They can also be helpful when experiencing difficulties conceiving. When combined with hemp, these herbs promote faster recovery related to common female ailments.
Hormones serve as chemical transmitters between cells and, in a nutshell, they have plenty of work to do. Then it should be no surprise that they sometimes need a rest, or rather, that they can benefit from a bit of help from you — by treating yourself to this powerful and healthy blend. People who have problems with their thyroid are probably familiar with aronia, but there are other herbs which can help to maintain a healthy hormonal balance such as shepherd’s purse or water horsetail (which contains orthosilicic acid).