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10 Healing Herbs You Can Grow At Home

Written By Admin on Sunday, April 10, 2016 | 3:43:00 PM

These plants do not require any special treatments and growing conditions and yet the benefits they possess are invaluable.




  • Basil
This plant will grow up in a jar without any problems. Basil is rich in iron and vitamin A. It is a natural antioxidant that has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Feel free to add it to salads and various dishes.
  • Rosemary
This herb is a real killer of cancer cells. It is great for cooking, especially in Mediterranean type of food. It is rich in vitamin E and is an amazing antioxidant.
  • Sorrel
This plant can be found in meadows, but can also be grown in a jar. Has the power to help with the problems of the urinary tract and kidneys. Sorrel leaves are rich in vitamin C and are great in combination with salads and various sauces.
  • Coriander
This herb protects the liver. It is excellent when combined with salads and juices.
  • Sage
When it comes to fighting infections and bacteria, sage is the queen of all herbs. Also it is excellent in the fight against diabetes and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Lemon Balm
Grow it in your home and you will always be seconds away from it. Lemon balm is great for insomnia and colds.
  • Thyme
Thyme is rich in vitamin A, B, C, calcium, potassium, magnesium and iron. This plant is very useful for the digestive system. Thyme tea is excellent for improving your health in general.
  • Parsley
Parsley is easy to grow even at home. It is an excellent spice in almost all dishes. It improves the immune system, calms the nervous system and has a great effect on our bones. Also it fights against rough and bad breath.
  • Geraniaceae
This plant has a unique ability that oxidized cells and is considered to be an important drug in the treatment of cancer. This excellent herb can be prepared as tea easily.
  • Mint
It is known to be a great breath freshener. But it has far more beneficial properties. It is great for regulating digestion.


Source: www.healthyfoodstar.com
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