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  1. photo Five ways <b>witch</b> <b>hazel</b> benefits your skinFive ways witch hazel benefits your skinNews
    Common witch hazel, also called winterbloom, is a flowering shrub native to the forest margins, woodlands and stream banks of eastern North America. It is characterized by its fragrant, gold-coloredRead more
  2. photo Lociones refrescantes naturales para la pielLociones refrescantes naturales para la pielRecipe
    su propia loción refrescante. Recetas para hacer lociones refrescantes en casa Para piel normal 4 onzas de agua de rosas 1 onza de glicerina 1 onza de agua de hamamelis (witch hazel) Más remedios caserosRead more
  3. photo What is <b>Witch</b> <b>Hazel</b>? 5 Beauty Benefits of This PlantWhat is Witch Hazel? 5 Beauty Benefits of This PlantArticle
    With its witchy name, witch hazel sounds like something that should be bubbling in a cauldron. Don’t judge this handy plant by its gloomy given name, however. Witch hazel actually provides manyRead more
  4. photo 3-Ingredient DIY Homemade Natural Makeup Remover3-Ingredient DIY Homemade Natural Makeup RemoverArticle
    . Witch Hazel: an astringent derived from the witch hazel shrub’s bark. It was used by widely by American Indians. It contains active constituents that give it powerful anti-inflammatory, antimicrobrialRead more
  5. photo Natural After Shave RecipesNatural After Shave RecipesRecipe
    Antiseptic After Shave * 90ml witch hazel * 10 drops cedarwood * 5 drops niaouli * 10 drops lavender (Tasmanian) * 5 drops cypress Store in a brown glass bottle. Shake well before each useRead more
  6. photo Folk Medicine Gets A Bump from Science: 3 Plants Show Potent Anti-Aging BenefitsFolk Medicine Gets A Bump from Science: 3 Plants Show Potent Anti-Aging BenefitsArticle
    witch hazel, rose and white tea. The research, titled “ Antioxidant and potential anti-inflammatory activity of extracts and formulations of white tea, rose, and witch hazel on primary human dermalRead more
  7. photo How to make your own all natural hand sanitizerHow to make your own all natural hand sanitizerNews
    with their anti-bacterial properties. The Witch Hazel is agerm killer among other things and the Aloe Vera Gel is so healing to the skin that it has been used by many cultures around the world for thousandsRead more
  8. photo Astringentes caseros y naturalesAstringentes caseros y naturalesRecipe
    (witch hazel, agua maravilla). Se revuelven bien los ingredientes y se aplica con un algodón. Guarde en un frasco bien cerrado. Loción de salvia La salvia también tiene propiedades astringentesRead more
  9. photo Revitalizante para ojos cansadosRevitalizante para ojos cansadosRecipe
    de hamamelis (witch hazel). Se calienta hasta que esté a punto de hervir. Si lo metes al microondas en ‘alto’, generalmente se toma menos de un minuto. Se retira del calor y se le agrega el agua hamamelisRead more
  10. photo Remedios caseros para los moretones (hematomas)Remedios caseros para los moretones (hematomas)Article
    pedazo de bistec para aliviar un ojo morado. Agua de hamamelis – Witch hazel (Hamamelis virginiana) Un astringente muy popular que también ayuda a reducir los moretes es el agua de hamamelisRead more

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Medicinal Plant

Witch-hazel (Hamamelis, /ˌhæməˈmiːlɪs/) is a genus of flowering plants in the family Hamamelidaceae, with three species in North America (H. ovalis, H. virginiana and H. vernalis), and one each in Japan (H. japonica) and China (H. mollis). The North American species are occasionally called winterbloom.The witch-hazels are deciduous shrubs or (rarely) small trees growing to 3–8 metres...More