For several centuries, the Martiniquais have used the plants that grow on the island's soil to treat themselves. The first inhabitants of the island already used plants for their food, utensils, well-being and of course for their health. When they arrived, the slaves tried to preserve this habit that they had in their countries of origin but were prevented from doing so by the settlers. The care by the plants locally called "rimèd razyé" was transmitted from generation to generation by our grandparents. Today, thanks to more advanced scientific studies, we can use these natural benefits in an even more serene manner.