One of the widely-spread meadow herb is dandelion which belongs to the Asteraceae. It is known due to its detoxifying qualities. Moreover it is effective if you have skin blemishes.
The components which can be found in this yard plant have curative effect onto our bodies. They are choline, inulin, and bitter compounds. There are also such minerals as sodium, calcium, sulfur, silicic acid, as well as strong concentration of potassium. It is also contained in the fresh leaves. Dandelion can help to solve the skin problems connected with eczema, acne and different cases of rash.
It is a traditional medical herb which can be found in Europe, Asia and the Northern USA. Due to its mild antibiotic properties burdock gives smoothness and softness to the skin. For centuries its roots and leaves have been used for treating such serious skin diseases as eczema, acne and even skin cancer.
Yellow dock, a common wide spread skin toner, when coupled with sarsaparilla, offers a remedy for persistent skin complaints. Its ingredients like the astringent tannis and the anti-microbial qualities of the purgative anthraquinones mixed together to make concoctions of the herb, valuable in dealing with skin illnesses like skin psoriasis and eczema, along with skin breakouts.
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Echinacea stimulates immune system as it contributes to production of definite white blood cells. It also makes cell walls stronger therefore the person is less subjected to risk caused by viruses and bacteria. They are not able to break through the walls that are well protected. By using this plant one can safeguard himself from inflammation-related skin problems. These kinds of plants formerly were found wild on the flatlands of America and Canada; however they’re currently being farmed in European countries and most of Asia, plus North America.
This herb enhances the immune system. In such a way, it makes the symptoms and duration of many diseases (such as flu, cold and so on) last less. It alleviates some skin problems like insect bites, eczema and psoriasis. Echinacea also inhibit generation of bacteria and purulence.
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Dr. Jerry K is the founder and CEO of YourWebDoc.com, part of a team of more than 30 experts. Dr. Jerry K is not a medical doctor but holds a degree of Doctor of Psychology; he specializes in family medicine and sexual health products. During the last ten years Dr. Jerry K has authored a lot of health blogs and a number of books on nutrition and sexual health.