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Here is a list of medicinal herbs that are very useful in maintaining your whole human body decreasing the chances of problems and can be added to your garden space as well.

1. ALOE VERA

The aloe vera is a plant that grows with well-drained dry or moist soil under the sun. Even it tastes like a turd. Still, it is digestible. The sap from the aloe vera is very useful in ways like reducing the risk of infections and healing up the wounds, cuts, burns, eczema, and even reducing inflammation. Apart from its external use on the skin, aloe vera is also taken internally for the treatment of:

Apart from its external use on the skin, aloe vera is also taken orally for the treatment of:

  • Ulcerative colitis (drinking aloe vera juice)
  • Chronic Constipation
  • Poor Appetite
  • Digestive Problems

2. MARSHMALLOW

The root of this plant is taken internally to treat inflammations and irritations of the urinary and respiratory mucous membranes, counter excess stomach acid, treat peptic ulceration and gastritis. This root is also applied externally to bruises, sprains, aching muscles, skin inflammations, and even insect bites. The leaves of this plant are very digestive, unlike the aloe vera. You can add it to salads, boiled or fried.

3. POT MARIGOLD

This plant can grow in any soil. It gets suitable for nutritionally poor, very acidic, or very alkaline soils. It acts as a remedy for skin problems and can be even applied externally to bites, stings, sprains, wounds, varicose veins. Even it can be treated internally to treat fevers and chronic infections. The tea of the plants helps in toning up circulation.

4.GOTU KOLA

The Gotu Kola acts on different phases of connective tissue development and stimulates healing of ulcers, skin injuries, decreasing capillary fragility. Leaves are thought to maintain youthfulness and can be used to treat venous insufficiency, leprosy, and even increase attention span and concentration.

5. CAMOMILE

Camomile has a very sweet, fruity, and herbaceous fragrance. It acts as a medicinal remedy for many problems concerning the digestive system. The whole herb helps in treating everyday aches like toothache, earache, etc.

6. GLOBE ARTICHOKE

This is a very bitter-tasting plant that requires tremendous sunlight. This plant acts as a medicinal herb which helps in the treatment of improving liver and gall bladder function, jaundice, hepatitis stimulate the secretion of digestive juices.

7. CHINESE YAM

This yam can be eaten as a raw yam. The Chinese yam can be easily grown in fertile, dry soil. Internally,it is used to treat tiredness,weight loss,asthma,dry coughs,uncontrollable urination,diabetes.
Externally, it is used for the treatment of ulcers, boils, and abscesses.

8. ECHINACEA

It is one of the best medicinal herbs which raises the body’s resistance to bacterial and viral infections refreshing the immune system. It also possesses antibiotic properties and helps in relieving allergies. Roots play a major role in the treatment of sores, wounds, and burns. It needs massive sunlight and grows in well-drained soil.

9. GREAT YELLOW GENTIAN

The great yellow gentian root is a bitter herb used for the treatment of digestive disorders and states of exhaustion from chronic diseases. It tonics the liver, gall bladder, and the digestive system nourishing the whole human body. Internally, it treats liver complaints, indigestion of food, anorexia, gastric infections.

10. SEA BUCKTHORN

Sea Buckthorn is used to relieve a cough, aid digestion, blood circulation, and alleviate pain. The leaves and branches are used to treat gastrointestinal distress in humans and animals. The flowers are used for skin softeners. The juice of this herb in the event of colds, fever, stomach ulcers, exhaustion, liver diseases, inflammation, and eczema.

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