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Once in Lithuania, it would be a real shame to miss out on the well-known benefits offered by the local plant world. Herbal treatments, widely practised for millenia, are still with us today, although now – with a healthy dose of modern medicine.
Once in Lithuania, it would be a real shame to miss out on the well-known benefits offered by the local plant world. Herbal treatments, widely practised for millenia, are still with us today, although now – with a healthy dose of modern medicine.

Closely related to herbalism, phytotherapy is concerned with the targeted use of plants and plant extracts for treating disease. The modern versions of traditional Lithuanian treatments, which relied on a huge variety of wild local herbs, are highly effective for tackling multiple skin, kidney, urethral, and endocrine problems.

Phytotherapy is also used for achieving relief from mental, oncological, urological, gynaecological, and many other disorders. Lithuanian resorts take great care to ensure that high quality herbal medicines – be it ginseng, St. John’s Wort, ginkgo, marigold, garlic, and others – are easily available to all guests depending on their ailments and preferences.

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