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Dating back to ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, chamomile has long been sort after as a remedy for numerous ailments. Most notably, the small daisy-like flower has been used as a mild, relaxing sleep aid. Though it has also been used to treat fevers, colds, stomach discomfort and as an anti-inflammatory.
As known as Mentha piperita, peppermint is actually a cross breed between Water mint and Spearmint.
Historically the herb has been used to treat a variety of ailments, especially those related to digestive issues, including IBS. The menthol contained in peppermint has also been used to combat nausea and help clear nasal passages.
In addition to that minty clean feeling in your toothpaste, peppermint oil has also demonstrated an ability to kill bad bacteria in the mouth.
Ginger root or Zingiber officinale is a traditional remedy for nausea and indigestion that has been used for centuries throughout the world.
Additionally it is thought to be an effective anti-viral, which makes it an ideal cold and flu remedy. Ginger is also a powerful anti-inflammatory used to treat joint problems and arthritis.
Rooibos, pronounced 'roy-bose', is grown in South Africa and means red bush in Afrikaans. This unassuming bush contains zinc, calcium, manganese, magnesium, potassium and vitamin C.
Not to mention polyphenols, which are known to have high levels of antioxidants, anti-inflammatories and anti-virals.
A rose hip is the fruit of the rose bush, also known as rose haw or rose hep. They are an excellent source of vitamin C, containing 50% more than oranges. Due to its high vitamin C content, they are considered an immune system booster and are often used to treat colds.
The floral herb gets its name from the Latin root "lavare" which literally translates as "to wash". Its use has been dated back to ancient Egypt and is still used today to treat everything from anxiety, insomnia to nausea and headaches.