AMAZING Plants That Create Natural Medicine!!
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From killing bacteria to helping you with a good night’s sleep…stay tuned to number
1 to find out how many natural herbs can naturally fight cancer!
Dandelions are one of those herbs you wouldn’t necessarily associate with being medically
beneficial…but they definitely are!
Almost all of us have it in our back yards, but we simply don’t think about it.
The amazing thing about dandelions is that the whole plant can be used for medical purposes,
because each part is beneficial in some way.
The root and leaves of the dandelion contain high levels of vitamin A, C, D and B complex,
There is also zinc, iron, magnesium, manganese, and more…with the root being extremely beneficial
for liver and gallbladder treatment.
The leaves can also be used for highly nutritious herbal teas.
And these are just some of the ways dandelion can be used for medical purposes.
Number 9: Stinging Nettle.
Here’s another plant that many of us have growing in the back yard, but simply don’t
notice or pay attention to.
Although nettle itself can be quite “stingy” and doesn’t feel great to touch it, it’s actually
quite good for you.
Not the stinging, of course…this is never pleasant!
Nettle has strong anti-inflammatory effects, and it’s very effective when it comes to allergic
rhinitis, because it removes almost all of its symptoms.
It’s also very beneficial for lowering blood pressure, since it’s known to increase salt
incretion and urine output.
The Nettle leaf, itself, is especially effective for improving the immune system and treating
various skin conditions.
Furthermore, it turns out that nettle leaf helps hair regrowth, as well as hair thickening.
In the last couple of decades, nettle has been experiencing a kind of resurgence, as
more and more people have discovered its beneficial potential.
Number 8: Milk Thistle.
This herb is a natural antioxidant with anti-inflammatory benefits, and it is often used for liver cleansing,
due to its detoxing properties.
Milk Thistle is so good for the liver that it not only decreases liver damage, but also
contributes to damage reversal.
Milk Thistle has been around for thousands of years, and people have used it for various
kinds of treatment pretty much since it’s existence.
It draws toxins out of the body, which actually prevents a number of illnesses and disorders,
such as skin damage, high cholesterol, kidney stone formation, diabetes, and the like.
Being an antioxidant, it also slows down the aging process and strengthens the immune system.
Another good thing about Milk Thistle is that it’s generally safe to use, because there
have been little to cases of reported side-effects.
Sometimes, a person can experience gastrointestinal upset, but this is not very often.
When it comes to natural medication, Milk Thistle is definitely up there with the greatest.
Number 7: Feverfew.
This herb has been used for centuries, as there are numerous medical conditions it can
From generation to generation, feverfew has been known to help with childbirth labor,
infertility, stomachache, headache, toothache, asthma, nausea and vomiting…to name just
And if you think about how the name came about, it will all make even more sense: the name
comes from the Latin word “febrifugia,” which can be translated as “fever reducer” …perfectly
logical when you come to think of it.
The reason why feverfew is so effective when it comes to easing pain probably lies in parthenolide…a
biochemical that occurs naturally in this herb.
This biochemical helps widen the blood vessels, thus soothing migraines and helping a person
In fact, Feverfew is so effective that it even rivals aspirin, which is, in itself,
an amazing accomplishment.
Even more, recent research shows that feverfew may be excellent as an antithrombotic agent,
as well, because it does a great job preventing clot-formation.
Number 6: Aloe Vera. Aloe Vera is a real natural wonder.
It is one of the most biologically active plants of its kind, and it’s very rich in
minerals, vitamins, and amino acids.
What’s absolutely amazing about Aloe Vera is that it contains 20 of the 22 amino acids
we require, and on top of that…it contains all eight amino acids considered essential.
Aloe Vera is highly beneficial when it comes to treating skin conditions such as psoriasis
and burn injuries.
Its gel is highly effective when treating cold sores, because it speeds up the healing
Aloe Vera is also good as a laxative, because the chemicals it produces helps stimulate
the intestines, and it improves digestion, by normalizing bowel movement.
But where all the Aloe Vera benefits really excel at is boosting our immune system.
Its enzymes break down the proteins into amino acids, thus creating powerful fuel for our
bodies…AND it has a significant amount of zinc, which further strengthens the immune
system and wards off various diseases, by protecting our cell membranes.
Talk about a miracle plant!
Number 5: Garlic.
The main reason garlic is a fantastic herb is obvious…I mean, it scares away vampires!
And, while garlic may not have the most pleasant smell, it’s definitely a fantastic plant with
so many OTHER beneficial effects.
The reason garlic smells funny is hidden in its sulfur-containing compounds, with allicin
being one of them.
But it is precisely because of these compounds that garlic is so beneficial.
Garlic can reduce all kinds of inflammation, including osteoarthritis, improve the immune
system through its antiviral and antibacterial effects, and help to reinforce the cardiovascular
It is also toxic to over a dozen types of cancer cells such as breast, lung, brain,
Another fantastic side of garlic is that it can fight bacterias that are resistant to
medicine better than anything else.
Many people avoid using fresh garlic, and they opt for garlic pills…since there’s
no funny smell in them.
This practice is not at all efficient, however, because the main ingredient, allicin, loses
all its powers one hour after garlic is smashed; in turn, all beneficial effects of garlic
are gone forever.
That’s why garlic should be eaten fresh, or its medical effects won’t be of any value.
Number 4: Ginger.
Ginger can be used for many antibacterial, antiviral, antioxidant, and anti-parasitic
purposes, but it’s probably best known for its antinausea properties.
And, when we say nausea, it means…many forms of nausea, including morning sickness.
It has also been used as a remedy for seasickness, for relieving post-surgery vomiting, as well
as the side effects of undergoing chemotherapy.
Ginger is also highly effective when it comes to pain relief from headaches, menstrual pain,
joint pain, and more.
It reduces muscle pain and soreness, which means it’s really beneficial when it comes
to treating post-exercise muscle pain.
Ginger’s anti-inflammatory properties are also great for treating osteoarthritis, and
it can significantly reduce the symptoms in the long term.
And if all of that wasn’t enough, it even helps with chronic indigestion and lowers
On top of all this, it seems that ginger is also highly beneficial when it comes to reducing
blood sugar levels and risk factors for various forms of heart disease, although research
on this is still in its infancy.
All in all, you simply cannot go wrong with ginger.
I prefer mine as a side to all you can eat sushi!
Number 3: Chamomile.
Chamomile has been around for thousands of years, and it’s one of the most beloved herbs
in the catalogue.
Its medical benefits are diverse, as it can treat dozens of health conditions successfully.
First of all, chamomile contains an antioxidant called apigenin, which interacts with certain
brain receptors and causes you to feel relaxed and sleepy; this is excellent for reducing
insomnia and nourishing the brain.
Chamomile contains several antioxidants that have been proven to treat various forms of
In a study conducted on a group of 537 people, those people who consumed chamomile tea more
than three times per week stood less chance of developing thyroid cancer.
This research is still in its initial stage, but it’s definitely solid evidence for chamomile’s
The anti-inflammatory qualities of chamomile most likely prevent pancreas damage normally
caused by constant the high blood sugar levels that seem to be a regular thing in modern
diets, and it can cholesterol levels and keep blood pressure in check!
Also, it is very effective for treating ulcers, wounds, and even some natural allergies.
Some people dismiss chamomile as a natural remedy, but its numerous health benefits prove
otherwise; it is an excellent herb with so much to offer.
Number 2: Lavender.
Lavender is one of those herbs that are simply meant to be of good service to us.
It’s hard even summarizing all of its health benefits, because there are some many of them.
In the form of oil, lavender is great for decreasing blood pressure and body temperature,
and it’s also very soothing to the nervous system, since it reduces anxiety and emotional
In addition to this, lavender benefits our sleep, because it stimulates the brain and
calms our heart rate to suit sleep mode better.
Thus, we can have a deeper and longer sleep, which is in itself a great thing for our body
and overall immunity.
Lavender has been proven to treat skin disorders, such as ulcers, burns, and wounds because
it reduces inflammation and speeds up the healing process significantly.
It relieves pain and does wonders for insect-bite itching.
Applied through aromatherapy, it can alleviate joint pain, reduces menstrual cramps, and
alleviate headache pain!
Lavender is definitely an all-round helper in the herb family.
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Thyme is one of the best herbs of all time, because its health benefits, as well as its
medical potential, are practically endless.
Thyme has strong antimicrobial properties, which makes it fantastic for fighting sore
It keeps the cholesterol levels and blood pressure in check, and lowers the chances
of food poisoning because of its decontamination properties.
Thyme has been used for centuries, in the treatment of coughs and serious respiratory
conditions, such as bronchitis.
One of the main components of thyme is thymol, from which, the herb gets its antiseptic properties,
and because of which it kills germs and all kinds of infections effectively.
In addition to all of this, thyme has an array of antibacterial and antioxidant compounds,
making it a top-notch “bad-cell” fighter.
It’s no wonder then that this herb was associated with strength and bravery in ancient times.
Thyme also boosts the mood, because it increases the levels of dopamine and serotonin, stimulating
the brain positive activity.
On top of all this, the herb has anti-tumor properties, which is why it’s one of the top
cancer-fighting plants out there.
What do you think about some of these amazing plants?
Let us know in the comments below, and take care!
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