A plant that can grow up to 30 meters high and is found in tropical climates. The oil has been used for thousands of years by people all over the world as food and medicine. Consisting of 90% saturated fats, it has properties that stimulate circulation

In September with the WSUP partnership we held three natural health workshops in some schools in Maputo. We got to work and all the children produced their own soap with the natural and traditional ingredients that were available. A very beautiful opportunity to reflect on

The prince herb is originally from Asia, being more common in South India where it has been used for millennia in traditional medicine. It is used in Thai, Indonesian and Indian cuisine and is best known for its medicinal properties in the Caribbean, Brazil and

A tree native to Australia but currently found in various parts of Europe, America, Africa and India. It is a genus with more than 500 species, which can reach about 90 meters in height. Eucalyptus is analgesic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-rheummatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antiviral, healing, deodorant, depurative,

Originally from the forests of Sri Lanka, a tree 8 to 10 meters high and up to 50 cm in diameter. One of the oldest spices in the world, it has been introduced in many tropical countries and has been used in food and medicine

The fresh smell of lavender was the aroma preferred by the Greeks and Romans, its name derives from the Latin lavane, which means washing. The ancient Egyptians also used lavender as a perfume. Of Mediterranean origin, in addition to its relaxing properties lavender is antiseptic, analgesic,

Used thousands of years ago for its strong and diverse aromatic and medicinal characteristics, peppermint is a hybrid between mint and watermint, native to Europe but currently grown all over the world. With a fresh and spicy aroma refreshes the spirit, stimulates mental agility and improves

The powerful detoxification effect of charcoal was known to different peoples of antiquity, such as egyptians, Greeks, and American Indians. But only in the early nineteenth century came the first reports of experiments in public, where it is proven the ability to neutralize potentially lethal