Borage is a plant that has an established place in our wild fauna from European gardens to get.
However, the origins of this herb you are still in the dark. The same applies to the origin of the name. Historians suggest that the hairy plant, which in the summer has beautiful blue flowers, has landed on our continent in the Middle Ages from Africa.
Borage was among others on the orders of Louis XIV massively planted in the gardens of Versailles. The fresh leaves of the plant can be used as food in raw vegetables or soups. The plant is also used in steam baths.
Namely Borage has a nourishing and protective effect on the skin.
- Protects the skin against aging
- Nourishes the skin and protects
Directions for use
1-3 1 capsule daily with ½ glass of water after a meal.