Chamomile grows in the wild in Europe and North America and many other countries. White petals have a sweet fruity aroma. Blooms are gathered between late spring and summer when they are not wet, ready to be gently dried. European countries have used chamomile to treat colic in infants.
It is an excellent gentle herb to use for sensitive skin and children. Speeds wound healing, soothes rashes, allergies, and reduces inflammation.
Rich in calcium, iron, magnesium, selenium, silicon, tryptophan, vitamins A, C, F, B-complex, and zinc.
Refreshes tired and dull skin. Assists in healing acne and prevent acne plus other skin irritations. Brightens fair colored hair and brings out blond highlight.
It's floral, sweet, & tenacious aroma is undoubtedly the most recognized. Damask roses are cultivated in Bulgaria's Valley of the Roses. To extract 1 pound of rose essential oil, 4,000 pounds of rose petals are needed.
Rich in medicinal properties. The luscious petals are soothing to the senses, antiseptic, balancing, and are a superb tonic.
Potent in anti-aging properties helps skin stay fresh, rejuvenated, and prevent premature wrinkles. Helps preserve skin young by providing moisture, elasticity, and continuous cellular repair. It is excellent for any type of skin, especially sensitive, mature, and dry skin.
Native to the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands, and India. Grows beautifully in sunny climates. In France since the 17th century, it has grown large fields of lavender for medicinal and perfumery purposes.
Lavender in Latin 'Lavare' means to wash, was used extensively by the Romans in their bath water to perfume and cleanse the body. The purple flowers and leaves are versatile for most skin ailments and conditions. Possess excellent medicinal qualities many of its properties include antiseptic, anti-depressant, nervine, and deodorizing.
Powerful herb, but is very gentle. Promotes cellular repair, cleanses, and prevents scars. Ideal for most skin types, especially for oily and scarred skin.
Peonies are native to Asia. They bloom well during spring and can grow beautiful large lush blossoms late spring or early summer. Its petals are varied in many shade and tones and are often found splendidly honored in Chinese art symbolizing wealth, feminine beauty, and masculinity.
For thousands of years, peonies have been grown for its medicinal value in China. The roots have been mostly used as part of the traditional Chinese medicine. Its valuable properties are widely known to treat many conditions including feminine ailments. The innumerable medicinal qualities include antibacterial, tranquilizing, reduces blood pressure, and anti-inflammatory.
Peony promotes cellular repair, regenerative that diminishes and prevents age spots and scars for luminous skin. Firms and tones the epidermis diminishing wrinkles and tired skin for a more youthful and supple skin.
Hibiscus Rosa Sinesis
The hibiscus can grow up to 30 feet tall in the tropics. Its summer petals can grow up to 8 inches with a variety of colors in single and multiple colors attracting butterflies and hummingbirds.
Hibiscus is rich in vitamin E an antioxidant, vitamin A, vitamin C, mucilage, amino acids, and alpha hydroxy acids.
It can improve skin's elasticity, firmness, and lifts the skin. It can gently exfoliate the skin reducing aging spots and smooth skin complexion. The mucilage moisturizes the skin and maintains skin hydrated by retaining moisture. The amino acids in its flowers and leaves help prevent hair loss, strengthens hair, and promote hair growth for men and women