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Lost naturalness

The society in which we live in this present time is very different from that of our parents for a huge number of things, but in this case we refer to the (painful) loss of the concept of naturalness: in fact many of the products we use currently they are no longer of natural origin as was the case thirty years ago, but of artificial origin or in any case subject to industrial processes that certainly make them no longer natural. When we address this discourse we are not addressing only a certain class of products, such as detergents that thirty years ago were natural while today they are unheard of chemical concoctions, but in general to many of the things that surround us: shower gel, toothpastes (once products with natural gelatin and extracts of mint and other plants), perfumes, detergents, clothing and so on and so forth, obviously up to the food that is no longer natural (such as the products they use to produce it) and is causing serious damage to our health, especially in terms of increased incidence of some diseases. The same argument can be applied to drugs: once they were pure plant extracts that experts connoisseurs of the subject often advised and produced directly, while today they are very complicated chemical derivatives. But this is perhaps not a bad thing, exception. at one time they were pure plant extracts that expert connoisseurs of the subject often advised and produced directly, while today they are very complicated chemical derivatives. But this is perhaps not a bad thing, exception. at one time they were pure plant extracts that expert connoisseurs of the subject often advised and produced directly, while today they are very complicated chemical derivatives. But this is perhaps not a bad thing, an exception.

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Resuming precisely the speeches relating to medicinal treatments, it should be noted how the drug (even if this is a current term, we will see that it is by no means attributable to the medicines of the past) has moved from a total naturalness, when the first doctors were a sort of magicians / alchemists who extrapolated drugs from plants and other natural elements, to a total artificiality, now that no drug is produced outside of specialized and super sophisticated laboratories where, even if starting from something natural, at the end of the process it is not certainly nothing left. Fortunately, it seems that in recent times the path has become retrograde, that is, we are returning from the totally artificial product to a product much closer to naturalness. The fact, however, is that this trend is exclusively due to the thought of a class of people who define themselves as exhausted by chemicals, etc. and want to return to having their body communicate with natural products. This is a trend that not only affects health and care through drugs, but also food (where those canned and / or treated foods are rejected), clothing (preferring abundant natural fibers to artificial ones obtained from oil) and many aspects of our life.

The bean

Knowing the plants that can be used in herbal medicine and phytotherapy (at the end of this article we will explain the not widespread difference between these two disciplines) to be good for our body is not for everyone, also because they are many and constantly increasing, thanks to the scientific studies that are completed every day in this regard. In fact, we must think that each plant has its own positive action, just as each plant has its own level of toxicity, and in the group of healing plants there could also be some that are “unsuspected”. For example, we all know that legumes are good for your health, but have any of you ever thought that the bean can help some very widespread disorders of the organism? Well yes,

Bean: Phytotherapeutic effects

If we want to focus on the specific effects of the bean in the phytotherapeutic field, we must first clarify what we are talking about and, as announced, we indicate the definitions of herbal medicine and phytotherapy: herbal medicine is the discipline that collects and classifies plants, teaching them to recognize and preserve them. for future use, while phytotherapy is the discipline that tells us what are the applications of each plant to our body, with effects and methods. Well, in the case of the bean it was discovered that it has a great diuretic and antidiabetic power, due to the fact that many vitamins, enzymes and other nutritional elements (such as chromium) that it contains act delicately both on the production and expulsion of body fluids. and both on the functionality of the pancreas, in this case avoiding those changes in blood sugar values ​​that are so dangerous. Thanks to these properties, the bean has become a widely distributed product in herbal medicine, because the demand is high; in fact, to promote diuresis and regulate blood sugar levels there are many drugs, but many people want to be treated naturally, especially when the situation is not serious and with these natural methods it can be easily kept under control.

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