Traditionally used as an additive to coffee, or as a substitute for coffee.
(Cichorium intybus) Traditionally used as an additive to coffee, or as a substitute for coffee. It’s a natural sedative and anti-inflammatory that treats jaundice, helps the body resist gallstones and liver stones, and aids in reducing the levels of LDL cholesterol in the blood. This herb is particularly useful to rid the body of parasites, which are held mostly at bay by modern medicine. The flowers, used as a poultice, help with wound healing.