Libido booster parsley salad

2 handful parsley leaves (flat parsley)
2 tbsp. white sesame seeds
2 tbsp. black sesame seeds
2 tbsp. pumpkin seeds
2 tbsp. sunflower seeds
a splash olive oil
a splash aceto balsamico
salt

Toast the seeds. Sprinkle them over the leafs. Add olive oil and balsamic vinegar according to taste and season with salt. Mix.

Parsley is supposedly a libido booster for ladies. Also it raises estrogen levels so herbalist recommend parsley for the treatment of osteoporosis. And it is an excellent source of provitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin E, vitamin K, beta-carotene,magnesium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, sodium, potassium, sulfur and calcium. It contains more vitamin C per volume than an orange or lemon. It should be taken with care if a person experience kidney problems.
Google search says: Parsley acts like an antioxidant (eliminates toxins and maintains the elasticity of the blood vessels), it is a general stimulant, diuretic, antiseptic, antiinfectious, antirachitic and more. Apart from these, parsley is a great neutralizer of the negative effects brought about by smoking and dependence upon alcohol. Among other effects that it has: it straightens the body and immune system, has a beneficial effect over the liver, spleen, digestive and endocrine organs.

And for the guys, the most significant vitamin for sexual health and optimal sexual function is vitamin E. Vitamin E promotes sexual health and keeps the genitals and reproductive organs working normally. Almonds, walnuts, sunflower seeds and safflower seeds supply generous doses of vitamin E.

One more reason to include pumpkin seeds in your diet is zinc. In addition to helping out with immunity, growth, and development, zinc is a great mineral for men because it appears to play an important role in maintaining prostate health.

Elderflower tea

The Elderflower tea reduces fever, boosts immune system, soothes respiratory tract, stimulate circulation, even helps with constipation, rheumatic problems and ear infection.

Use only dried flowers, the leaves and branches are poisonous for internal use.

The standard way to make infusion, pour a cup of boiling water over the material to be infused, let it stand for 5 minutes, strain it, and drink it.

2 tsp for 1 cup.
One cup a day for 10 days, and then skip 5 days.

This tea brings my childhood memories back. Sitting sick as hell, grumpy, and miserable during winter. My father would bring me the elderflower tea with lemon and honey. The relief was instant. My parents are into herbal medicine. They collect and dry their own mixture of plants. They don’t think it’s a big deal. They just do it. The older generation, before organic became new age philosophy. This tea is handpicked in Croatia by my parents. Maybe I like it so much because of that. Maybe because when I buy some organic mixture I always think: Is it really organic?. I don’t believe in labels. But I do believe in plants. In eating seasonal food which is domestic to the area where I live. My mother says  that the best healing plants for us are the ones from the area where we are born, where we live. They are in our DNA, in our family history in our cells. My mother is a vise woman. This does not mean that some strange plants are not good and helpful. I’m just saying that you can pay big money for some marvelous mixture from somewhere abroad or find some local cheeper mixture equally marvelous.