For many centuries, green tea has been known as a unique and inexhaustible natural source of health, beauty and longevity. Green tea has been used by Chinese and Japanese physicians for more than four thousand years, and still it is difficult to find any other drink or food, which would have more health benefits than this wonderful beverage. Modern scientific researches and studies are providing more and more evidence for numerous positive effects on our health connected with regular green tea consumption. Along with good taste and delicate aroma, green tea has over 300 various useful ingredients: minerals, proteins, carbohydrates, microelements, Vitamines B1, B2, B5, C1, K and P, as well as composites of magnesium, calcium, manganese, phosphorus and other chemical elements. Read the rest of this entry »

SmileFor many people, shiny white teeth and beautiful smile are the key elements of their image. But very frequently we are not happy with the color of our teeth. Such things as excessive amounts or coffee, tea and tobacco, as well as some antibiotics, various oral infections, metabolic imbalances or poor oral hygiene affect natural white color of our teeth to a great extent. That’s why nowadays various teeth whitening procedures are in great demand. Many people opt to go to dental clinics and have their teeth bleached by a professional. Some people use whitening toothpastes or tooth stripes. However, not everybody is always satisfied with the results of clinical teeth whitening, and a lot of people (especially young girls and women) choose to go on with natural treatments for tooth enamel darkening and discoloration. Read the rest of this entry »

In modern medicine, cedarwood oil is considered to be a valuable source of useful nutrients, which are carefully selected and balanced by our Mother Nature. Clinical researches proved high therapeutic effectiveness of cedarwood oil, which contains 19 amino acids (including Linoleic and Linolenic acids, which can not be synthesized in our body and must be consumed with food) necessary for protein synthesis. In addition, cedarwood oil is a great source of Vitamin F, known as growth facilitator, as well as Vitamins B, D and E, and a great deal of microelements. Read the rest of this entry »

In addition to wonderful flavor and taste, tea has a great deal of benefits for our health and fitness. It is one of the oldest and the most popular beverages on earth, which found its special place in every culture and every nation through special tea drinking traditions. Tea TableTea is the best and the most comforting companion, which can warm our long long winter nights, or the first thing we think about when we started feeling the symptoms of flu or cold. Though any type of addiction must not be considered positive, tea addiction is exceptional. These interesting aspects below are for modern generation of Sprite and Cola fans: Read the rest of this entry »

Herbal TeaIn our times, the issues of health care have turned into the matters of primary importance for almost everyone, and very often we prefer phytotherapy and using herbal products for their moderate, but very helpful therapeutic effects. At that, herbal teas with the unique properties are currently among the most valued and demanded types of herbal treatment. Read the rest of this entry »

September 29, 2008

Ginkgo BilobaGinkgo Biloba (Maidenhair tree) belongs to the oldest family of trees which appeared on our planet about 280 million years ago. The plant survived the Ice Age in the Far East and since those times it did not change a lot. In the middle of the 18th century this plant was brought to America and Europe as an ornamental tree. Later on, its therapeutic properties were discovered, and nowadays Ginkgo Biloba is in top 10 of the most selling herbs in the US. Read the rest of this entry »