THE HEALING EFFECTS OF HERBS
It is less well known that herbs are concentrated in vitamins and minerals. They have great healing properties that relieve a lot of things on our bodies from outside to the inside. Herbs can be prepared like a cup of tea as plain as they are or with a dash of lemon to give them the little sweetness or can be used as soothing teas or in our dishes as well as for cosmetic purposes. They can be used as fresh or dried as a tea, in your food and salads. Look into the following few ones to see if it can be what you have always needed.
It has the strong aroma but that goes with its strong effect as an antibiotic for colds and flu, many use it mainly for that but it is also an excellent treatment for worms. High doses of garlic appear to improve blood pressure for those with known high blood pressure (hypertension) hence bringing the healing effects of herbs. Garlic is low in calories and rich in vitamin C, vitamin B6 and manganese. It also contains trace amounts of various other nutrients, in fact it has a little bit of almost everything you need.
To those who love their alcoholic drinks but suffer the after-effects in the morning, try a cup of thyme tea to relieve the hangover. Thyme is also a natural deodorant that brings the healing effects of herbs. It acts as an antiseptic that eases toothaches, colic, stomach cramps, diarrhea, arthritis, and sore throat. It can destruct the fungus that causes yeast infections in the mouth and vagina, a recurring condition called “thrush.” It helps with common skin conditions as well as acne.
Recommended to treat colds and coughs, flatulence, inflammation, toothaches, bronchitis, and also to help lose weight since cloves improve digestion, making weight loss easier. Cloves have a calming effect on the nerves which can be useful when a person is under stress. Highly regarded as being effective for treating bruises and scrapes. For oral health, youthful skin & prevents stomach ulcers. Cloves effectively enhance the healing effects of herbs in the human body.
Supports the production of estrogen and is best taken during the first half of a woman’s cycle. It is known to relieve pain and reduce inflammation, an indication of the healing effects of herbs in women. Some women use red clover for symptoms of menopause such as hot flashes; for breast pain or tenderness and for premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Prevention of sexually transmitted diseases (STD’S).
They stimulate that appetite and relieve cramps. Very nice in your stews try them. This also brings the healing effects of herbs in the human body.
Contrary to bay leaves fennel will suppress the appetite by chewing its fresh leaves. A cup of fennel tea has the healing effect and acts as an eye remedy used as drops or just as a bath on the eyes not by drinking. Fennel contains significant amounts of fiber decreasing the risk of heart disease as it helps reduce the total amount of cholesterol in the blood. It has fiber, vitamin B6 & potassium.
Sage is high in calcium, magnesium, potassium, thiamine, Vitamin A, and zinc which also brings about the healing effects of herbs in your body. Brightens up the sallow complexion. Good for digestion, relief of inflammation, headaches, a good tonic for sore throats and strengthening of the nervous system. Sage is also used as a natural cleaning agent.
Sprinkle some in your bath to make yourself look beautiful while relieving those menstrual pains, fever, nerves, itchy skin, and hysteria. It can prevent nightmares in children. To promote healthier, shinier hair & lighter hair apply the brew to your scalp or simply rinse your hair with cold chamomile tea in the shower.
Another one good for our children for digestive ailments. It also promotes better sleep. Dill is a great source of protein, carbohydrates, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, sodium and potassium. It contains a small amount of zinc.
Whether you call it rooibos tea, red tea or red bush tea the results are the same. Unlike all real teas that naturally contain caffeine, our very own South African most popular herbal that is consumed daily like real tea has no caffeine. It is very high in vitamin C. Good for weak stomach and heart complaints.
The leaf is high in antioxidants and excellent for balancing hormones, especially in reducing estrogen dominance. It increases fertility in women and prevents nausea. Protects the heart & boosts the immune system. When consumed daily it relieves migraines.
Enhances memory, concentration & prevent brain aging. Good for the stomach, heart, headaches, nerves & promote hair growth. A good source of iron, calcium, and vitamin B-6.
Another one excellent for headaches. It is good that a lot of them have a positive effect on headaches because a lot of people complain about headaches. These give people a lot of variety and to see which works better for them. Also the best option for flatulence and nausea. Improves mental awareness and focus, treats bad breath, reduces fever & stress.
A great deterrent for mosquito and flies are very irritating so sweet basil can be the answer to this irritation. It relieves nerves, headaches, and neuralgia. Prevents cancer developments.
It is good for kidneys. For painful joints it can be freshly chopped and applied to the affected area, these herbs have great healing effects. The freshly squeezed juice from chervil is used for gout and a skin condition called eczema. Source of calcium and potassium.
Dandelion is high in calcium, magnesium and potassium, iron and Vitamin A, C, K. If you are a coffee person then the roots can be the healthier option for your coffee. These herbs bring healing effects hence keeping you healthy. A great treatment for kidneys, liver disorders, weak arteries, constipation, and gall bladder. Skin treatment and an excellent conditioner for the animals. It nourishes both the female organs as well as the urinary tract.
To allow the medicinal properties of the herbs to be most effective, drink the tea regularly with a serving of at least 3cups per day. Doing this encourages the healing effects of herbs in your system. When we think of the minerals our body needs, our thoughts likely turn to supplements (pills) but these herbal remedies are in fact the best mineral-rich supplements. An added bonus is that they are in the form of organic compounds and they are easy for our body to assimilate. Herbs are a promise of an effective organic treatment.
REV UP THAT METABOLISM AND IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH****