Your health and how plants can support your busy lifestyle

Plants as biomedicines and dietary supplements: We are becoming increasingly aware that energy levels and natural beauty are linked to general health. Why plants can have excellent effect on your lifestyle and well-being?

Contemporary medicine is successful in its study of the nature of illnesses, examining a vast array of biological processes in the human body. The branch of medicine that we call Herbal Medicine has passed the tests of time having had a history of successful application for thousands of years. Medicinal herbs find their real place in modern medicine after strict laboratory and clinical tests using the methods of Scientific Phytotherapy

Modern men and women are exposed to stress, hectic lifestyle and chemical pollution. Scientific Phytotherapy as well as natural medicine can help them effectively regulate body processes and maintain balance. Many illnesses affect metabolism negatively. There are around 60 chemical components that are found in the human body. Many of them, although in microscopic quantities, contribute to the normal work of systems. When a substance made of a whole medicinal plant such as when herbal tea, tincture or herbal juice is used, the human body receives many beneficial microelements, ferments and biological substances. These elements regulate life processes. The active ingredients of the medicinal herbs are easily and naturally absorbed by the human body. They have a medicinal effect as well as a general fortifying effect. Many medicinal herbs demonstrate a different effect when used as a whole medical drug than when used as purified substances of their extracted components. Often the supporting substances in a medicinal herb that are considered to have a non-significant effect are key for its medicinal effect. Isolated herbal substances should be used mainly when a strict dosage is required, e.g. in cases when there are powerful and strong active components. Herbal and synthetic medicines are working effectively in harmony together when used accurately and appropriately by medical doctors. There should not be an alternative between these two groups and it is incorrect to raise barriers between them.