Benefits of best Medicinal Herbs You Can Grow at home

Peppermint

Aloe Vera:

ALOE VERA HERB
A cosmetic wonder, Aloe Vera works amazingly against wounds, skin infections, burns, eczema and skin allergies. What’s more, when taken in liquid form, Aloe Vera has the powers to cure constipation, digestive problems and appetite. Aloe vera juice has been found to lower blood sugar, making it a potentially potent treatment for diabetes. It can interact with diabetes medications, though, so check with your doctor before drinking aloe vera juice. TOP 10 HOME REMEDIES USING ALOE VERA

Lemon Balm:

The leaves of Lemon balm are known for their mint like smell. When rubbed against the skin, they prove their worth against insect bites and herpes. The nectar of lemon water when taken with water in the form of juice is beneficial in curing fever, cold and cough, insomnia and many ailments.

Sage:

Sage has the capacity to treat a variety of troubling health problems such as skin and gum infection. It also helps in boosting digestion.

Lavender:

Lavender HERBAL PLANTSWe all know the lovely smell of this plant. But this medicinal herb has been shown to calm and relax our nerves as well. Lavender eases pain, and when applied to cuts and bruises, it functions as a fairly good antiseptic. Use the leaves of lavender, fresh or dried when roasting meat, potatoes, or vegetables.

Ginseng:

This is an absolutely wonderful plant whose roots work wonders when it comes to treating nervous disorders, improving immunity and diet functions, increasing the metabolic rate and improving blood pressure levels.

Peppermint:

PeppermintPeppermint is a plant. The leaf and oil are used as medicine. The oldest herb known to mankind, Peppermint is rich in minerals such as manganese and iron.Peppermint tea is a delicious and refreshing way to boost your overall health in a number of ways, due to its ability to improve digestion, reduce pain, eliminate inflammation, relax the body and mind, cure bad breath, aids in weight loss and boosts the immune system

Chamomile:

Chamomile
The flower heads of this medicinal herb are great when it comes to providing relief from indigestion, anxiety, tension, skin inflammations and irritations. Chamomile flowers have widely been used for herbal tea. It has been used as a mild sedative and a tonic to calm the nerves. Read more about the amazing benefits of chamomile and chamomile tea >>

Parsley:

It’s great to have parsley garnishing the recipes. However, this medicinal herb has healing powers to cure flatulence and bad breath.

Rosemary:

This might look like a tiny plant but this medicinal herb helps in boosting memory and concentration. It also improves mood and sweetens breath.
Now don’t shy away from plucking nature’s gifted plants from your garden for your overall strength and fitness.

Basil:

Basil
This medicinal herb is known to cut down flatulence, lack of appetite, cuts, and scrapes. Harvesting this annual plant will benefit you immensely. Chewing on basil leaves can relieve colds and flu symptoms. Water boiled with basil leaves can be taken as a tonic or used as a gargle when you have a sore throat. Read more about the beauty and health benefits of basil >>