Nature’s Medicinal Plants Series I

Meet the plants where the healing qualities of nature come to the fore.


On hot summer days in Australia, the smell of eucalyptus fills the air. The natural habitat of more than 680 species of eucalyptus is this continent. Various species of eucalyptus, from crooked shrubs to gigantic trees, cover three-quarters of Australian vegetation. So what are the benefits of eucalyptus?

The eucalyptus plant belongs to the Mersingiller family. Eucalyptus, traditionally known to be good for many diseases, also stands out with its benefits in skin care.

Benefits of eucalyptus:

Repairs Skin

Eucalyptus oil and creams support the regeneration of the skin by repairing the skin. Eucalyptus ointments are recommended for those with skin imperfections and the appearance of scars on their skin.

Purifies the skin

Natural eucalyptus grass purifies the oil and dirt from the skin, making the skin look cleaner. Eucalyptus, which has antiseptic properties, aims to heal and purify the inflamed areas of the skin.

Aromatherapy Effect

With its scent, it keeps the body fit and relieves fatigue.

Konjac Mannan

Konjac plant is a fiber-rich plant native to Japan. It is a plant grown especially in East Asian countries and used for centuries. It has a potato-like texture. It is commonly found in East Asia in general. It has been used for years by people living in this area.

Cleanses the Skin

Konjac plant is especially used for skin health and cleaning. Care products containing Konjac root are rich in alkali and are effective in preventing acne formation and wrinkles.

Moisture Stores

Besides its ability to absorb and store water, konjac is a source of many vitamins, minerals and trace elements, as well as valuable lipids and proteins.

Hyaluronic Acid

Due to their natural nature, konjac mannan solutions are not only paired with hyaluronic acid, but also leave a silky moisture film on the skin and can also be used as inexpensive gelling agents.

Salikornia (Sea Bean)

Sea cowpea is a natural plant source belonging to the spinach family. The sea cowpea, known as the saltiest food due to the tides in the sea, is known as lead grass or salty grass among the people.

Rich Source of Vitamins & Minerals

Along with its rich source of vitamins and minerals, sea cowpea is one of the most important natural plants.

Sea beans are especially rich in minerals such as sodium iodine, magnesium, iron, vitamins A, B12, C and fiber. Since sea cowpea grows in salty waters, it takes the purest form of all minerals from sea water and is therefore very beneficial for the body in terms of minerals.


It contains a significant amount of antioxidants.

Quick Healing

One of its most important features is that it contains salt, allowing wounds in different parts of the body to heal in a short time.