When it comes to Uses for Herbs many of us don't have a clue on how to treat the simplest of ailments from home, or even what the different uses for herbs are
This alphabetical A-D list gives an easy to read table for most of the common herbs, along with their medicinal properties, and helps us discover what is available to us, for dealing with non-life threatening illnesses from home.
Medicinal Properties of Alfalfa.
Uses for Alfalfa
Medicinal Properties of Aloe
Medicinal uses for Aloe Vera
Medicinal Properties of Anise
Uses for Herbs - Anise
Medicinal Properties of Angelica
Uses for Herbs - Angelica
Medicinal Properties of Arnica
Uses for Herbs - Arnica
Medicinal Properties of Astragalus
Uses for the herb Astragalus
Medicinal Properties of Balm of Gilead
Uses for Herbs and Balm of Gilead
Medicinal Properties of Basil
Uses for the Herb Basil
Medicinal Properties of Bearberry
Uses for the herbs Bearberry
Medicinal Properties of Betony
Uses for the Herb Betony
Medicinal Properties of Black Haw
Use for Black Haw
Medicinal Properties of Bladderwrack
Uses for Herbs - Bladderwrack
Medicinal Properties of Borage
Uses for Borage
Medicinal Properties of Burdock
Uses for Burdock
Medicinal Properties of Calendula
Uses for Calendula
Medicinal Properties of Cayenne
Uses for Cayenne
Medicinal Properties of Camphor
Uses for Camphor
Medicinal Properties of Caraway
Uses for Caraway
Medicinal Properties of Cardamon
Medicinal Uses for the Herb Cardamon
Medicinal Properties for Catnip
Uses for Herbs - Catnip
Medicinal Properties of Chamomile
Uses for Chamomile
Medicinal Properties of Chickweed
Uses for the Herb Chickweed
Medicinal Properties of Cinnamon
What ailments can Cinnamon be used for?
Medicinal Properties of the Clove
Healthy uses for Cloves
Medicinal Properties of the Dandelion
Uses for the Dandelion
Medicinal Properties of Devils Claw
Uses for the Herb Devils Claw
Medicinal Properties of Dong Quai
Uses for Dong Quai
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"The art of healing comes from nature and not from the Physician. Therefore the Physician must start from nature with an open mind."
~ Paracelsus ~
Beetroot also contains tryptophan, the very same "feel-good" ingredient found in chocolate.
And beetroot has betaine, which studies suggest can help reduce the risk of
heart disease and strokes, as well as helps to protect against harmful fatty
deposits in the liver.
Just 75g of oats daily can help lower your cholesterol level. It's also a great natural way to supplement the minerals magnesium and zinc.
It helps stabilize your blood-sugar level and eases constipation.
Oats also contain psychoactive compounds that may combat nicotine cravings and have anti-depressant powers
Olive Oil is an artery protector that lowers bad LDL cholesterol without lowering good HDL cholesterol.
It helps keep bad cholesterol from been converted to a toxic or "oxidized" form.
Thus, helps protect arteries from plaque.
And it also helps reduce blood pressure, helps regulate blood sugar, has potent antioxidant activity and may also help ward off cancer.
"An apple a day keeps the Doctor away".
Apples reduce cholesterol.
They contain anti-cancer agents.
They are high in fiber which helps avoid constipation.
They help suppress your appetite if you are trying to lose weight.
Eating apples will help clean your teeth.
They are excellent for indigestion, heartburn and hernias.
And they help destroy bad bacteria in the body.
"oh, that miracle clove! Not only does garlic taste good, it cures baldness and tennis elbow too".
~ Laurie Burrows Grad ~
"An onion can make people cry but there has never been a vegetable that can make people laugh."
~ Will Rogers ~
"When life gives you a lemon, sell it on ebay".
~ Unknown ~
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