Chamomile – a genus of flowering plants, numbering 25 species. The most famous of them is the chamomile. It is a medicinal plant used in cosmetology and medicine.
Description of camomile
The plant is not very large in size, and most memorable by its inflorescences. Yellow-white flowers are so famous that they have found their application even in official symbols. True, not all chamomile have such a coloring. There are also pink daisies, both purple and blue. But all of them are very similar to each other and easily differ from other plants. Continue reading
Aloe – a family of succulent plants, numbering more than 500 species. Of course, far from all of them have medicinal properties. However, some species, common in the Russian-speaking countries, are very useful (for example, Aloe tree species). Their general name is a petitioner. They are available in many homes, since in Soviet times they were considered almost indispensable. Nowadays various medical preparations have come to replace the aloe, due to which the plant has become less popular. Continue reading
Mint is a plant species, which includes 42 species. They all contain a lot of menthol and are very aromatic. Due to this, they are often used in medicine, cooking and horticulture.
Ironically, different types of mint have different odors, because they contain their own set of essential oils, and in general they possess various chemical compositions. But they are all very pleasing, and attract not only people but also animals. Suffice it to recall at least cat mint (her smell, by the way, causes physical pleasure in cats). Continue reading