An Australian study in 2008 showed that 65% of cancer patients use some form of complementary - alternative therapy.
Cichorium Intybus , a bitter tonic for our body with many benefits
Perennial plant up to 1.5 meters high, with narrow leaves, hairy stem and blue flowers.
- sesquiterpene lactones,
- trace elements,
It is a bitter stimulant for the liver and digestive system, enhancing the function of the stomach.
The herb has good effects on the urinary system, but also for diseases such as gout.
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