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  • Draw for the 03/11/2024
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Medicinal plants
Medicinal plants

A medicinal plant is a plant used for its particular properties that are beneficial to human or even animal health.

In the Middle Ages in medieval medicine, it was defined by the French pharmacopoeia as a “plant drug within the meaning of the European pharmacopoeia, at least part of which has medicinal properties”. A “herbal drug” is (among other things) a plant or part of a plant, used as it is, either most often in dried form, or in a fresh state.

The expression plant drug or, more commonly, drug, therefore designates — historically — a natural raw material used in the manufacture of drugs. Nowadays, the word is equivocal and some have proposed that it be, in the context of medicinal plants, replaced by the expression "part of plant used".

The plant is rarely used whole (hawkweed). Most often it is a part of the plant: rhizome (ginger), bulb (squill), root (angelica), aerial parts (nettle), stem (horsetail), bark (cinnamon), bud (pine) , leaf, (sage), flowering top (loosestrife), flower (violet), petal (poppy), fruit (fennel), seed (flax), seed coat (ispaghul), plant exudation (gum arabic, myrrh) , thallus of algae (kelp). Different parts of the same plant can have different uses (sapwood and linden inflorescence).

Plants having medicinal properties can also have food or condiment uses or even be used for the preparation of hygienic drinks. Before modern times, the theory of signatures played a great role in distinguishing by analogy the plants necessary for human healing.

According to WHO data, 14 to 28% of plants worldwide are listed as having a medicinal use. Surveys carried out in the year 2000 reveal that 3 to 5% of patients in Western countries, 80% of rural populations in developing countries and 85% of populations south of the Sahara use medicinal plants as their main treatment.

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Jujube Leaf (Sidr)
      Jujube Leaf (Sidr)
          SIDR is a leaf powder made from the Jujube tree. This tree has multiple uses: The fruits (flesh and seeds) have nutritional and curative value. They are rich in protein and the leaves in calcium, iron and magnesium. We wash ourselves with it, as well as the sick and the dead. Bees are fond of its flowers and it gives us fabulous honey.
          €3.33Price
          Jujube Leaf (Sidr)
              SIDR is a leaf powder made from the Jujube tree. This tree has multiple uses: The fruits (flesh and seeds) have nutritional and curative value. They are rich in protein and the leaves in calcium, iron and magnesium. We wash ourselves with it, as well as the sick and the dead. Bees are fond of its flowers and it gives us fabulous honey.
              €3.33Price
                  €5.00
                  Senna Leaves (Sana Makki)
                      €5.00Price
                      Senna Leaves (Sana Makki)
                          Senna or Sana Makki is a medicinal plant used as a laxative for its purgative properties (as well as aloe and rhubarb), in the form of an infusion in the event of occasional constipation in adults. This is the way to purge your body entirely by getting rid of all that it contains bad in depth.
                          €5.00Price
                          Senna Leaves (Sana Makki)
                              Senna or Sana Makki is a medicinal plant used as a laxative for its purgative properties (as well as aloe and rhubarb), in the form of an infusion in the event of occasional constipation in adults. This is the way to purge your body entirely by getting rid of all that it contains bad in depth.
                              €5.00Price
                                  €1.67
                                  Nigella seeds - Habba Sawda
                                      €1.67Price
                                      Nigella seeds - Habba Sawda
                                          Nigella seeds are tiny black seeds of a ranunculaceae with white flowers, Nigella sativa. Called habat al-baraka in Egypt, al-kamoun in Libya, al-sânouj in Morocco. Also called Black Cumin, its fragrant seeds are used in particular to flavor bread. A saying of the Prophet Mohammed (SwS) affirms that the seed of Nigella "would cure everything except death".
                                          €1.67Price
                                          Nigella seeds - Habba Sawda
                                              Nigella seeds are tiny black seeds of a ranunculaceae with white flowers, Nigella sativa. Called habat al-baraka in Egypt, al-kamoun in Libya, al-sânouj in Morocco. Also called Black Cumin, its fragrant seeds are used in particular to flavor bread. A saying of the Prophet Mohammed (SwS) affirms that the seed of Nigella "would cure everything except death".
                                              €1.67Price