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Incredible List of 75 Super Healing Herbs and Their Uses
Herbs might just be the most wonderful thing Mother Nature put on this planet to heal us. Besides making our foods taste pretty darn good, they hold medicinal powers that encourage healing and relief from annoying or painful symptoms. There are many, many more herbs than are on this list, but these are some of the most popular, and/or most healing. If you are lucky enough to have an herb garden, you might want to plant some of the herbs in this list, ones that will grow in your area, of course. In case of illness or those little emergencies, your herb garden will always be there for you to help ease you through those life’s little ups and downs.
Keep reading for the most healing, medicinal herbs around and think spring time planting!
This herb from India is used to enhance and rejuvenate the memory as well as increase circulation. This herb is also used in Ayurvedic medicine to improve immunity and treat hair loss as well as psoriasis.
Sometimes called Winter Cherry, this herb treats infertility problems, and is a known aphrodisiac.
This super popular herb is great at stopping nausea, digestive problems, morning sickness, and much, much more. It’s what many use as a sort of “go to” all around remedy for almost every ailment known to man due to its anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, anti-pyretic, and analgesic compounds. Makes a great tea, also.
Although this has been around for hundreds of years, turmeric has recently been “discovered” to have great healing powers. It’s been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine for skin ailments, blood purification, lung disease and heart and liver disease. Turmeric is super anti-bacterial, so it helps with wound healing.
5. Turkey Rhubarb
Not well known, but terrific for digestive problems as it maintains the delicate balance of the digestive system. It’s very mild and is used to treat diarrhea, constipation, hemorrhoids, and menstrual cramps.
Calms the nervous system and helps with respiratory problems, especially those involving the bronchial tubes.
No, not that cleaning solution, but real pine, as in from trees. Pine has cortisone-like compounds that treat severe infections, are anti-diabetic, and hypertensive.
This is great for those with breathing problems, stops common hay fever allergies, and helps relieve the symptoms of bronchitis and asthma. Makes a great laxative as well.
Another one that is great for the lungs and any type of respiratory problem. Even helps clear up congestion in the sinuses and lungs due to cold, flu or bronchitis. Eucalyptus is a great anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-microbial herb everyone should have on hand.
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