Aromatic plants have miraculous medicinal powers over our organism. We use them in cooking and in the diet in the form of supplements due to the photochemical compounds that combat diseases, and minerals that create a perfect mechanism of self-defense against pathogens. Aromatic plants such as oregano, rosemary and thyme have these complementary qualities.
Aromatic plants owe much of their medicinal power to the fact that they are almost wild despite being grown by man. They need very few conditions to grow and develop, extracting everything they need even if they are neglected and provide us in large quantities with the nutrients we need.
Sage fights fungi, cures mycotic infections, such as mycosis of the foot, cleanses the intestinal tract. Those who have been exposed to a toxic mold, it is good to use sage to detoxify themselves. Among other things sage removes toxic heavy metals from the intestines.
Thyme has antiviral properties, destroys the flu virus and the herpes virus responsible for autoimmune diseases. Thyme has the ability to cross the barrier of blood vessels in the brain being helping to eliminate viruses that attack the brain or spinal cord.
Rosemary is a highly antibacterial aromatic plant. It fights antibiotic-resistant bacteria, such as those taken from hospitals. We can introduce this spice into our diet when we are faced with health problems caused by bacteria that are very resistant to drugs such as: Staphylococcus aureus, a bacterium that causes serious infections or even death.
Oregano is an aromatic plant with a fantastic power to kill bacteria such as Helicobacter pylori, Streptococcus and Echerichia coli. It has beneficial effects in diseases in peptic ulcers, sore throat, streptococcal infections, ear infections and sinusitis. Oregano oil is anti-microbial and can be used especially in infections with Echerichia coli, the bacterium that causes diverticulitis and diverticulosis. It is extremely useful against ring worms and intestinal parasites.