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Nutriloe (Nutriloe)

Mentha spicata
Description: A Mediterranean plant which suckers, has bright green crinkled leaves, and whorls of lilac flowers, followed by tiny brown seeds.
Uses: Used in cooking, it relieves flatulence and stomach upset. It is suitable for colic in babies and children and has diuretic properties. Mint punch, julep, vinegar, and jelly are all popular and it is said to stimulate a desire to eat meat. Mint jelly is a common accompaniment to lamb.
Tea Tree Oil
Melaleuca alternifolia
Description: A small tree, native to Australia, which was once used to make tea. The tree has a papery bark and creamy bottlebrush flowers. The oil is distilled from the leaves.
Uses: The clear oil can be used to treat skin disorders and is used for ulcers, sores, wounds, carbuncles, abscesses, fungal disorders, including tinea, and as a gargle for throat infections such as thrush. It is useful as a household disinfectant, washing floors for its refreshing smell and insect-repellant qualities, and when washing clothes.
Thuja occidentalis
Description: A conifer tree that grows to 10 meters or more, its foliage is fragrant. The twigs are used.
Uses: Thuja stimulates the uterus and heart muscles, promotes menstruation, relieves headache, and heart pain. It can also be applied externally for warts. Thuja should not be taken during pregnancy.
Thymus vulgaris
Description: This is a common garden herb with a woody root and stems, branching from the ground up to 10 cms. The leaves are tiny and grey-green; the flowers appear in whorls and are lilac and small.
Uses: As a tea it is useful in urinary tract and digestive tract complaints, stimulating the appetite, relieving flatulence and colic, and helping relieve the symptoms of a cold. It is also used for the treatment of bronchitis and asthma.

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