Its name comes from the Greek, meaning the apple found on the ground, and it is a true gift of nature whose benefits have long been known. These are due to its active substances, such as essential oils, flavonoids, coumarin, matricarine and minerals. Its use is beneficial to the body both inside and out: it relaxes, helps the digestive system function better, is an excellent antiseptic for the skin and can be used in hair care.
Properties, indications and methods of use are obtained from the literature on aromatherapy, hydrotherapy and phytotherapy. However, they are provided purely for informational purposes and should under no circumstances be construed as medical advice or a recommendation for medical treatment. Consult your physician regarding any therapeutic use.