pure nature at naturheilzentrum bottrop: wild plants do you good - herbs and their effect
the fascination of herbal hiking: a wholesome and enjoyable journey of discovery
guest writer janett schindler from teilzeitreisender.de has dedicated her nabo blog post to the subject of herbal hiking. she reveals where the hot spots for herb hikes are hidden. in some cases, they may even be on offer for free. specialist park guides will clarify the topic of herbs for you, and tell you which plants you should stay well away from. herbal hikes can be an enriching experience for the body and soul – regardless of whether they take place in germany, luxembourg or austria. here you can get to know the uses and healing powers of various herbs, and learn about their exciting backgrounds – such as the fact that the stinging nettle is distantly related to the rose. one particularly important aspect: take your time, let life slow down, and enjoy the peace and quiet of the countryside.
the question of how to properly slow down also crops up regularly at the practice run by the naturopaths farid zitoun & christian rüger. they recommend that you consciously treat yourself to some time out and use the free time to recuperate. this is a good start on the path toward more vital energy. hiking promises e.g. exercise, new strength, and relaxation. because finding a balance is increasingly important in today's fast-paced society. a recent study by the ‘techniker’ health insurance company shows that almost half of employees in germany feel burdened by their work situation.
the stinging nettle as the queen of all the herbs - this weed therefore belongs in the kitchen instead of in the garbage
blogger janett schindler finds peace and quiet, above all, during her many short excursions where she combines a successful mixture of city trips and experience of nature. she has written down her favorite places for herbal hiking along with some specific recommendations for the naturheilzentrum bottrop’s blog. you don’t just benefit from this while on site; the effect is long-lasting. with your newly-acquired knowledge, you can easily top up your own ‘medicine cabinet’. farid zitoun & christian rüger also trust ‘nature’s pharmacy’ at their naturopathic practice in bottrop. janett schindler’s report with valuable tips, including where to locate long-forgotten regional herbs, can be found in the naturheilzentrum blog.