10 Of The Best Herbal Remedies You Could Possibly Learn About

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Since time immemorial, medicinal plants and oils have been known to serve as effective remedies to both minor and major ailments. With the following herbs, your home remedy kit will be will be better stocked than ever before.

1. Great BurdockBurdock has been used by herbalist to treat a variety skin diseases such as abscesses, acne, carbuncles, psoriasis and eczema. The beneficial effects of this herb includes increasing circulation to the skin, helping to detoxify the epidermal tissues.

2. Marsh Mallow – Marsh Mallow was traditionally used for dry coughs and sore throats. Recently, it has been discovered that the plant may be supportive in a variety of digestive complaints, including indigestion, heartburn, stomach ulcers / ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.

3. Aloe Vera – Aloe Vera is used to combat skin aging and is a primary remedy for burns. It also participates in the faster healing of wounds, cuts, abrasions and injuries. It’s also obtainable in a juice form and this is considered very valuable for cases of stomach ulcer.

4. Pot Marigold – Only the flower heads of marigolds are used medicinally and they are well known for their wound healing and antiseptic properties. Its anti-bacterial actions combat infection and promote healthy tissue growth and its anti-inflammatory properties reduce swelling and irritation, soothing the treated areas.

5. Gotu KolaGotu kola is used in herbalism for a wide variety of viral, bacterial, or parasitic infectious diseases – such as urinary tract infection, syphilis, shingles, cholera, leprosy, the common cold, dysentery and influenza.

6. Chamomile – Chamomile is used to soothe irritation from chest colds, aid in the faster healing of wounds, eradicate abscesses, lessen gum inflammation and treat various skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, chickenpox, and diaper rash.

7. Chinese Yam – Chinese yam is traditionally used to treat disorders related to the stomach, spleen, lungs, and kidneys. It contains allantoin, a natural compound that can accelerate the growth of healthy tissue and reduce healing time. Victims of scorpion stings and snakebites can be treated with its leaf juices.


8. EchinaceaEchinacea is used by herbalists to fight infections, especially the common cold, flu and other upper respiratory infections. It is also considered valuable against many infections including urinary tract infections, vaginal yeast infections, herpes, tonsillitis, typhoid, malaria, swine flu, warts, and nose and throat infections. Should not be used long term.

9. Great Yellow Gentian – The gentians have been used for centuries as bitters to stimulate the appetite, improve digestion and to treat heartburn, vomiting, stomach ache and diarrhea.

10. Siberian Ginseng – Unlike many herbs with a medicinal use, the Siberian Ginseng is considered more useful for maintaining good health rather than treating ill-health. Research has shown that it stimulates resistance to stress and so it is now widely used as a tonic in times of stress and pressure. Regular use is said to restore ones energy and improve the memory.

Although these herbs are widely available in supplement form, labels on store-bought herbs rarely reveal how plants are raised or how long the ingredients were exposed to light and high temperatures while stored in their plastic containers. The best way to know that the herbal remedies you bought are of top quality is to grow them yourself right in your own garden.

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Marsh Mallow
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Aloe Vera
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Pot Marigold
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Gotu Kola
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Chamomile
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Echinacea
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Great Yellow Gentian
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