Grow these medicinal plants at home! With these plants, you can especially treat rashes and prevent indigestion!
Medicinal plants at home
You too can cultivate a garden of healing plants both indoors and outdoors!
In the past, monks and doctors cultivated medicinal plants in gardens specially designed for this purpose. Why would not you grow some of these plants in yours? With a little elbow grease and a few dollars to buy the seeds, you’ll have the raw material to prepare infusions, decoctions and balms that will help keep you healthy and relieve your symptoms. ailments.
Heals: flatulence, lack of appetite, cuts and scrapes.
Collect the young leaves of this annual if necessary.
Heals: indigestion, anxiety, skin inflammation.
Use flowers for infusions and balms.
Heals: flatulence and bad breath
This plant is rich in nutrients and has many healing properties.
Heals: inflammation of the mouth and throat.
Salvia, the Latin name of the plant, derives from salvare, which means “save, heal”, thus testifying to the fact that it was originally used as a medicinal plant and not as a culinary herb.
Heals: cough, congestion, indigestion, gas.
Thymol, the active ingredient of thyme, is a powerful antiseptic.
6. St. John’s Wort
Heals: mild or moderate depression. (Talk to your doctor first.)
The glazed leaves and yellow flowers are the active parts of this plant.
7. Balm balm
Heals: anxiety, insomnia, wounds, herpes, insect bites, indigestion.
This cousin of mint is a versatile medicinal plant.
Heals: headache (including migraine), arthritis, skin conditions.
Use leaves and flowers for the preparation of herbal teas; chew the leaves to relieve the headache.