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Giardino Seerose
Eine Massage ist immer wohltuend
March 15, 2022 7:21 am

Day of the back health

Today is back health day. Take this day as an opportunity to take care of your back a little. Because who doesn't know them? Back pain and tension. Often the cause is too much sitting in combination with too little movement and poor posture. Many complaints usually disappear as quickly as they came. But if [...] Read now
Micronutrients in fruit and vegetables
December 14, 2021 2:12 pm

Small but powerful! The significance of micronutrients for your health

As the name "micro" implies, micronutrients are only needed by the human body in small quantities - but are all the more essential for it. Learn more about what exactly micronutrients are, why they are so important for your health, how they can be absorbed and what the individual requirements can depend on. What are [...] Read now
Rosskastanien
October 12, 2021 7:08 am

Nature and application of the healing plant horse chestnut

Autumn is coming, the forests are painted orange, yellow and brown. Especially children love chestnut trees, because they can collect the wonderful brown chestnut fruits, which are also suitable for handicrafts. The horse chestnut, which is also used as cattle and horse feed, has spread as an ornamental plant throughout much of Europe. Originally, the […]

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September 6, 2021 10:51 am

Marma- and trigger points

What are marma and trigger points? By stimulating so-called marma and trigger points, the nerve system, individual organs, parts of the musculoskeletal system and also the psyche are positively influenced. These stimulation points are also called vital points. The discovery of the Marma points The Marma points were first discovered by an Ayurvedic doctor named […]

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August 9, 2021 12:28 pm

The essence of rosemary and its effect

Rosemary, which can be found in almost every garden today, originally comes from the Mediterranean region. Even in ancient times, rosemary was highly valued as an herb. It was dedicated to the goddess Aphrodite and symbolised love and beauty. The name “rosemary” comes from Latin and means something like “dew of the sea”. In the […]

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