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  Single Herbs and Flowers  
 
 
   
20g
Pineapple mint/Ananasminze
Source:Source: „Kräuter“ by Phillips, Roger and Nicky Foy
improves the digestion, helps in case of headache
 
   
20g
Nettle/Brennnessel
Source:Source: „Die Kräuter in meinem Garten“ by Hirsch, Siegrid und Felix Grünbacher
An astringent, diuretic, tonic herb that clears toxins. Internally for skin complains.
Culinary use: young leaves are cooked as a spinach-like vegetable, made into soup.
 
 
   
20g
Buckwheat flowers/Buchweizenblüten
Source:Source: „Das große Buch der Heilpflanzen“ von Apotheker Mannfried Pahlow
Increases blood circulation, strengthens the tissues and veins, astringent.
 
   
20g
Veronica/Ehrenpreis
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
To lower cholesterol, depurative, diuretic and diaphoretic
 
 
   
20g
Marshmallow/Eibisch
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
internally for inflammation, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, irritating coughs
 
   
20g
Lady's mantle/Frauenmantel
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
internally for menstruational or menopausal problems and diarrhoea
 
 
   
20g
Goldenrot/Goldrute
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
An astringent, relaxina herb that reduces inflammation, stimulates the liver and kidneys, and is also a good urinary antiseptic.
 
   
80g
Rose hip/Hagebutte
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
Rich in vitamin C, preventive treatment of colds, increases the immune diffese.
 
 
   
20g
Elder flowers/Holunderblüten
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
A bitter cooling herb that lowers fever, reduces inflammation, soothes irritation and has diuretic anti-catarrhal effects.
 
   
20g
Chamomile/Kamille
Source:Source: „Das große Buch der Heilpflanzen“ by Apotheker Mannfried Pahlow
anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, calming, digestive
 
 
   
15g
Cornflower/Kornblume
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
Astringent, diuretic. Externally for minor wounds or infame eyelids.
Culinary: Flowers may be used fresh in salad or Risotto.
 
   
15g
Lime-blossom/Lindenblüten
Source:Source: „Das große Buch der Heilpflanzen“ by Apotheker Mannfried Pahlow
Reduces fever and coughs, diuretic.
 
 
   
20g
Dandelion flowers/Löwenzahnblüten
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
A bitter-sweet diuretic, laxative herb which reduces inflammation. Internally for urinary disorders, gallstones, skincomplaints.
 
   
15g
Mallow/Malve
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
A mucilaginous, slightly astringent herb that is expectorant, soothes irritated tissues, and reduces inflammation. Internally also for bronchitis, catarrh, coughs.
 
 
   
15g
Evening primrose/Nachtkerze
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
An astringent soothing herb for premenstrual and menopausal syndromes, circulatory problems, eczema, acne.
 
   
20g
Orange mint/Orangenminze
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
A strongly aromatic herb which improves digestion and increases perspiration. Internally used for indigestion, gastric ulcer etc. Not given to infants in any form.
 
 
   
20g
Pepper mint/Pfefferminze
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
A strongly aromatic herb which improves digestion and increases perspiration. Internally used for indigestion, gastric ulcer etc. Not given to infants in any form.
 
   
20g
Marygold/Ringelblume
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
A bitter-sweet herb that stimulates the liver, benefits the skin, reduces inflammation, controls bleeding and heals damaged irritated tissues.
 
 
   
20g
Roman mint/Römische Minze
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
A strongly aromatic herb which improves digestion and increases perspiration. Internally used for indigestion, gastric ulcer etc. Not given to infants in any form.
 
   
20g
Yarrow/Schafgarbe
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
anregend, verdauungsfördernd, desinfizierend, entzündungswidrig und krampfstillend, bei Menstruationsbeschwerden
 
 
   
30g
Lavender/Schweizer Lavendel
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
An aromatic, bitter, astringent herb that reduces inflammation, for menstrual and menopausal complaints.
 
   
20g
Ribwort/Spitzwegerich
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
Controls coughing, Expectorant, reduces inflammation
 
 
   
20g
Centaury/Tausendguldenkraut
Source:Source: „Das große Buch der Heilpflanzen“ by Apotheker Mannfried Pahlow
A bitter herb that stimulates the digestion.
 
   
20g
Epilobium/Weidenröschen (kleinblütig)
Source:Source: „Das große Buch der Heilpflanzen“ by Apotheker Mannfried Pahlow und „Die Kräuter in meinem Garten“ by Hirsch, Siegrid and Felix Grünberger
internally for prostate problems, urethritis and kidney disturbs.
 
 
   
15g
Field horsetail/Zinnkraut
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
An astringent herb that acts mainly on the genitor-urinary system. Internally for incontinence, cystitis and urethritis.
 
   
20g
Lemon balm/Zitronenmelisse
Source:Source: Bown, Deni. “The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
An aromatic herb that improves digestion and relaxes. Internally used for nervous disorders, anxiety and tension headaches. Externally: oil used in aromatherapy to relax, especially in cases of nervous tension.
 
Bibliography:
„The Royal Horticultural Society: Encyclopedia of Herbs and their uses“ by Bown Deni, London: DK, 2008.
„Das große Buch der Heilpflanzen“ by Apotheker Mannfried Pahlow
„Die Kräuter in meinem Garten“ by Hirsch, Siegrid and Felix Grünberger
„Kräuter“ by Phillips, Roger und Nicky Foy
„Die Geheimnisse aus meinem Kräutergarten: Gesund und schön durch Biokräuter“ by Mulser Martha
 
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