I can remember as a child being given locally produced honey mixed with lemon juice and hot water when I had a cold and it always seemed to work a treat. in later years, I learned that honey was also excellent for the skin (I used honey based cleansers and moisturisers from my local animal friendly beauty shop!) and I had heard that it had good antiseptic qualities too, but with it being quite an expensive commodity here in the UK I was fascinated by an article I read about good old “cheapo” sugar!
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Most of the people have self-extracted thoughts about skin diseases or advertising companies have also misguided many people. For instance, if skin develops any kind of allergy or boils, people immediately start using antiseptic soaps.
Rosemary is a shrub that reaches 1.5 m in height, used medicinally since antiquity and highly valued for its many medicinal properties.
Its branches covered with flakes entan thin and elongated (like needles) in green on the upper surface and whitish on the underside.
These are strongly scented by the amount of essential oil that possesses.
Its flowers are white or bluish.