Olive leaf – Cardiovascular support

Olive leaf – Olea Europaea

Legend and history

Athens is named for the Goddess Athena who brought the olive to the Greeks as a gift. Zeus had promised to give Attica to the god or goddess who made the most useful invention. Athena’s gift of the olive, useful for light, heat, food, medicine and perfume was picked as a more peaceful invention than Poseidon’s horse – touted as a rapid and powerful instrument of war. Athena planted the original olive tree on a rocky hill that we know today as the Acropolis. The olive tree that grows there today is said to have come from the roots of the original tree.… + Read More

Passionflower -The calming herb, actions, indication, contraindications.

Passionflower – Passiflora Incarnata

Legend has it that the herb passionflower received its name because the corona resembles the crown of thorns worn by christ during the crucifixion. The latter association led the missionaries to name the flowers “Passion Flowers.”

Passionflower is ruled by Venus and used mystically to bring peace to problems and troubles in the home as well as carried to attract friends and popularity.

Where is it from?

Originating from the eastern and southern United states. Herbalists use the aerial parts medicinally.

Why is it so wonderful?

The reason that this is one of my favorite herbs is how beautifully calming it can be!… + Read More

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