To your Health

I simply wish to share this information with you,

a wonderful place to begin healing your body and mind.

“ The only way to know something absolutely  . . .

is to experience it for yourself;

anything less is theory, speculation, and

uninformed dis-belief. ”

The very First step we must adjust our PH level from an ACIDIC level

to a positive ALKALINE level.

CANCER nor BACTERIAL VIRUSES, CANNOT LIVE IN AN ALKALINE ENVIRONMENT.

THIS IS HOW TO ACCOMPLISH A PROPER PH BALANCE INSIDE YOUR BLOOD CHEMISTRY

7.35 Nuetral PH POSITIVE ALKALINE Equals = PERFECT BALANCE

THE 6 FOLLOWING VIDEOS ARE By Doctor Leonard Coldwell.


Blowing the lid off of American Doctors and the poisonous things they do to their helpless victims.

AN ADDITIONAL HERB TO ADD TO YOUR DAILY DIET

A sister herb Ginger kills cancer and heal arthritis.

How to cure your cancer and also as a wonderful treatment for Leukemia with,

Taheebo (Pau D’Arco/Lapacho)

An ancient remedy for many of today’s ailments

Understanding the very essences of our Mother the Earth herself, she shares with us her immune system if we but listen to her softly spoken words of great wisdom gently spoken on the wind of her voice rustling through the leaves of the trees our most precious brothers on this planet as they not only share their grand wisdom’s with us , they breath out the very breath of life we can do without for only mere moments, while taking in the poisonous toxins we create, and even still further they share their essences with us so that we may cure our frail human bodies of the various things that plague our health. Listen to these wise words written here and heal thyself

From a work written

By Ingri Cassel

Taheebo is by far one of the most valuable medicinal herbs to have in your herbal apothecary and should be utilized regularly. This article will detail many of the varied applications of taheebo tea in therapeutic regimens from both my personal experience and the experiences of others.

Taheebo, or Pau d’Arco, is the common name for the inner bark of the Red Lapacho tree. This hardy, deciduous tree grows high in the Andes of the South American rain forest. A Red Lapacho tree can reach heights of more than 90 feet while withstanding severe winds and weather due to its deep roots. In the rain forest many trees surrounding the Red Lapacho are covered with spores leading to a fungal disease that eventually kills them. These spores are never found on Red Lapacho trees. This anti-fungal property carries over into the use of Taheebo for candidiasis, pyorrhea, athlete’s foot, herpes and a variety of fungal and viral infections. Many people including myself have used Taheebo along with black walnut in the successful treatment of these conditions.

The Red Lapacho’s purple-colored inner bark was one of the main medicines used by the Incas and has been used for over 1,000 years by the Callawaya tribe, descendants of the Incas. These native tribes use Taheebo externally as a poultice or decoction (concentrated tea) for treating a variety of skin diseases including eczema, psoriasis, fungal infections and skin cancers. In fact, it is Taheebo’s anti-cancer properties that has lead to its popularity in the treatment leukemia, Hodgkin’s disease and a wide variety of cancers and tumors. The following is excerpted from an article in a January 1980 edition of The Spotlight, a former watchdog weekly out of Washington, D.C.

Young Girl Cured

The story of the discovery of the cancer-curing properties of the tropical bark begins about 20 years ago, when a Sao Paulo family had a homecoming party after a trip to Rio de Janeiro. During the dinner they told the story of a young relative of theirs — a girl who was stricken with cancer.

The medical establishment had given up on the girl and told her parents that she did not have long to live. But a great aunt contacted an Indian tribal doctor who said that cancer could be cured with the brew made from the bark of a certain tree. The medicine man gave the woman a little bag of that bark.

The girl and her parents at first disdained the medicine man’s concoction. But then the girl had a strange dream. She saw a friar who told her: “Drink tea brewed with the bark the Indian gave you, and you will get well.”

At first she paid no attention to the dream, but as her pain increased, the dream repeated itself.

Finally, she decided to try the tea.

Her pain vanished. Encouraged by the results, she continued to take the medicine every morning. Within a month, she was well, and her regular doctor told her parents that no trace of her cancer could be found. The hosts had brought back a bag of the bark as a souvenir.

A Maverick Medico

One of the guests at the party was a medical doctor from the nearby town of Santo Andre, who showed great interest in the bark and begged a sample.

Dr. Orlando dei Santi — the guest — left the party early and went directly to the Municipal Hospital of Santo Andre, another suburb of Sao Paulo, where he was a resident physician. There, his cancer-stricken brother lay, near death. The cancer victim had just had a second operation, and his condition had been declared “inoperable and terminal.” He was beyond Establishment treatment.

In the course of his medical studies, dei Santi had been taught the need to study methodically any empirical remedy, such as those used by Indian tribes, before even thinking of using it. He had learned that the medical researcher must test the extracts in the laboratory on animals, and finally on human volunteers. One must patent the drug and get a respected pharmaceutical manufacturer to produce the resulting pills, extracts, etc.

Only then — once the medicine is on the market — could one consider using it on a patient. Otherwise, a doctor would be defenseless against charges of malpractice and face the danger of losing his medical license. That, of course, is the proper procedure, approved by the medical authorities in Brazil and throughout the rest of the civilized world.

Fortunately for the dying cancer victim in the Santo Andre Municipal Hospital, his brother was one doctor who decided to not adhere to the orthodox procedures in this case. Instead, he took the bark, boiled it in white wine, mixed the still hot brew with orange juice and let his brother drink the concoction on an empty stomach. As if by a miracle, the patient’s pain disappeared, and he was able to sleep soundly. After a month of uninterrupted treatment with the brew, he was discharged from the hospital. A thorough examination had found no trace of cancer remaining.

Cure Caught On

After this startling development, the physicians at the Municipal Hospital of Santo Andre decided to break the rules for the benefit of other cancer patients, beginning with those of the “terminal” list. This happened near the end of 1960. Since then, the physicians at the small provincial town hospital have noticed that the pain suffered by patients with leukemia or other cancers disappeared within hours after they received the brew made from the inner bark of pau d’arco roxo. They also found that, within 30 days of treatment with this medicine, most patients no longer showed symptoms of the dread disease. They also noticed that many afflictions from which some cancer patients suffered — such as diabetes — would disappear even more quickly than the cancer. The physicians were amazed.

Since the early 1960s, the bark has been used regularly at the Municipal Hospital of Santo Andre to treat leukemia as well as numerous diseases where viruses were suspected as the cause. Both the herb stores and the “legitimate” pharmacies in Brazil now carry this bark.

“O Cruzeiro” (March 18 and 25, 1967), the respected Rio de Janeiro weekly, published two long, illustrated articles about this remedy and the Municipal Hospital of Santo Andre where it is being used to cure a host of diseases. One of the pictures shows a patient’s chart at the head of his bed. Below the patient’s name, age, etc. is the diagnosis: “cancer of the lung.” And, further below, in large handwritten letters, the prescription: “pau d’arco.” Another picture shows a long line, mostly women, waiting to receive small packages of the bark in powdered form and a leaflet explaining how to prepare and administer it. The people standing in line, the paper explained, were not local residents and thus were not entitled to treatment, or “free” medicine at the municipal hospital. The local doctors, however, were paying for the medicine out of their own pockets, with two nurses donating their time to distribute it.

The Municipal Hospital of Santo Andre, where this took place, is a “free” hospital, with its expenses paid out of the budget of that community of 250,000 people on the outskirts of the city of Sao Paulo.

Doctors Amazed

The articles also carried pictures of physicians, whom reporters quoted extensively. One doctor, Professor Wallet Accorst, said: “From my first experiments with it, I learned two important things that greatly encouraged me in regard to cancer: Firstly, red pau d’arco eliminates the pains caused by the disease; and, secondly, it multiplies the amount of red corpuscles.

“Our amazement grew: This bark cured everything! Ulcers, diabetes and rheumatism, the medicine cured them all. And what impressed us most was the time it took to achieve the cure: almost always less than one month!

“Finally, a childhood friend, Col. Amatea, residing in the city of Itu, had an ailing wife. She was on the verge of death: Intestinal cancer. She had been operated on five times in eight months, to little avail. But after just one day of treatment with pau d’arco, she slept peacefully for the first time in eight months. More than that: She was soon cured. That was years ago and she has stayed cured. Anyone who is skeptical should contact Col. Amatea.”

Dr. Octaviano Gaiarsa, a resident physician at the hospital, said: “I didn’t follow the cases, as that wasn’t part of my duties at the hospital. Many of my colleagues speak of cures of diabetes, of osteomyelitis and even cancer. I personally know of cases of cure of anemia, authenticated with a count of corpuscles, and of various ulcers after 15 days or at most one month of treatment. Dr. Nardelli (the director of the hospital) referred to me a case of “incurable” osteomyelitis, and it was cured with red pau d’arco, as the examination showed.

“There is also a case of advanced leukemia — 240,000 leukocytes (white cells) per cubic millimeter (of blood). After one month of treatment with pau d’arco, the number of white cells was down to 20,000, which is considered normal. That one would otherwise have been fatal. Any type of vegetation, when exposed to water and the weather, eventually gets covered with spores that lead to the formation of fungus. This does not occur in the case of pau d’arco, indicating an uncommon resistance. I made a number of such tests, always with the same result.”

Blackout Starts

After the first of these articles appeared in “O Cruzeiro,” the physicians at the hospital received orders forbidding them to make further public statements about the hospital’s affairs without prior authorization by the Santo Andre City Council. The Brazilian Cancer Society had gone wild with rage upon reading the account of the cures described in the paper. They wanted to forbid the doctors at the Santo Andre Municipal Hospital from any further use of the Indian remedy.

But the city fathers at Santo Andre would not agree to that: The bark of red pau d’arco was effecting rapid cures among many categories of patients, who had been jamming the municipal hospital and costing the city a lot of money. And now, thanks to the tree bark, the hospital was half empty, the costs were down and the councilmen were able to vote themselves a long-delayed salary hike.

(End of Spotlight story)

Despite the success rate of drinking taheebo tea as a cure for various cancers, humans tend to be stubborn creatures and not at all as instinctual as animals.

I was teaching an herb class in 1994 when one of my students asked if the same naturopathic principles can be applied to animals. I told her, “Absolutely!” She then told me about her German Shepherd/Alaskan Malemute dog that had a reoccurring tumor that the vet would drain periodically.

After the second “draining” of pus from this growth, she was determined to find a better way. Her husband had been complaining about the foul odor emanating from the dog and when I at last met the dog, he actually had bad breath as well as a mangy looking fur coat.

She was instructed to make large pots of taheebo tea and to let the tea cool. The dog was to drink no water but instead drink as much taheebo tea as he wanted to. I also told her to not feed the dog any prepared dog food.

The dog ate brown rice, steamed carrots and raw meat ground together with comfrey leaf. The dog’s recovery was dramatic. Within a couple weeks, the tumor disappeared, he no longer had a foul smell or bad breath and his fur shined with health.

More recently, a friend from London contacted me regarding using liquid chlorophyll to treat her daughter’s chronic anemia. She had read about chlorophyll in the October, 2001 edition of The Idaho Observer.

When I told her about taheebo, she had never heard of it but was willing to give it a try. Her daughter is now drinking a cup a day and after two weeks the color has returned to her face and she is relaxing more.

The majority of cases of anemia are not caused by a simple iron deficiency but from a biochemical imbalance. Red corpuscles, erythrocytes, are formed in the bone marrow and are replaced in 120-day increments. Red corpuscles are also responsible for the transportation of oxygen and carbon dioxide in our bloodstreams. Our bodies require many nutrients to replenish red corpuscles. Taheebo happens to be rich in calcium, magnesium, selenium, zinc, cobalt and chromium as well as vitamins A, C and B-complex.

Taheebo is a favorite tonic to add to any tea blend since it doesn’t have a bitter medicinal taste and tends to accentuate the power of the other herbs in the blend. This is also why it is great to give to children.

I have often used it along with nettles, horsetail, comfrey leaf, alfalfa and other mineral rich herbs to reconstitute frozen juice blends for children — stretching the juice into more of an “iced tea.”

A friend mixes taheebo with peppermint and gives it to her children along with lots of vitamin C whenever they are sick with a cold or flu. She has been amazed at how well this tea works in speeding up their recovery from whatever ails them.

Another advantage to using taheebo is, when added to other teas, particularly in the summertime when the days are warmer, it’s anti-fungal properties help to prevent them from spoiling.

Other reported ailments that taheebo has been used for include diabetes, liver disorders, AIDS/HIV, immune system problems, and blood impurities.

Due to our current exposure to environmental toxins including chemtrails, pharmaceutical drugs, injected vaccines, and pesticide residues, excitotoxins and preservatives in processed foods, taheebo tea, along with a detoxification program, colon cleanse and enzyme-rich, organic foods is essential for our survival in the 21st century.

I wish to also share this wonderful plant with you as well.

Health Benefits of ” Dandelion “

1 ) Cancer : Dandelion root extract is unique, and is one of the only things found to help with chronic myelomonocytic Leukemia and It is effective in treating Breast Tumors
2 ) Detoxification of vital organs : Because of the diuretic abilities of dandelion root, it is beneficial for flushing out the Liver, Kidneys and Gallbladder. İt works great to purify the blood and cleanse the system. This also makes it a good herb for Fighting İnfections.
It is also used for Arthritis, Osteoarthritis , Gout and Rheumatism
3 ) Dandelion tea actively ameliorates disease—it is a potent disease-fighter—and helps the body heal, helps Boost İmmunity and Heart Disease, and age-related Memory Loss.
4 ) Treating Anemia : Because of the high content of iron in dandelion root, it is beneficial for building red blood cells in the body to treat anemia.
5 ) Treating Diabetes : Dandelion root has been shown to lower blood sugar levels in patients. In Europe, it’s used to treat Type-1 and Type-2 diabetes.
6 ) Digestive System : Dandelion root, when made into a tea, is beneficial for relieving constipation, flatulence and fullness.
7 ) Treating High Blood Pressure : Dandelion root is a natural Diuretic. When combined with its high potassium content, it is an effective treatment to lower blood pressure.
8 ) Dandelion tea helps reduce High Cholesterol.
9 ) High Nutritional Value : Dandelion root contains vitamins A, B-complex, C and D as well as the minerals İron, Zinc and Potassium. This combination of vitamins and minerals also makes dandelion root a High Antioxidant Food.
10 ) Mood Enhancer : Due to the high amount of vitamin B-complex, dandelion root can help to stabilize mood and Treat Depression.
11) It is very beneficial to Menopausal Women
12 ) Dandelion root is also used to treat skin disorders such as Acne, Eczema and Psoriasis.
13 ) Laxative : Dandelion root is also a mild laxative and is used to help with regularity.

14 ) Dandelion tea helps with weight control—especially with Weight Loss.

( Composting spent dandelion tea Blossoms, Leaves, and/or Roots, after drinking your dandelion tea, improves soil composition. )

( There are very few side effects linked to using dandelion root. Allergic Reactions to the herb have been reported. People taking prescription lithium, a diuretic, medication to lower blood pressure or medication to lower blood sugar should not take dandelion root. Women who are Pregnant or Breastfeeding should consult their doctor before taking this herb. )

Another miracle powerhouse of health here are just10 Health Benefits of Cinnamon Bark.
1) Just 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon per day can lower LDL cholesterol.
2) A regulatory effect on blood sugar, making it especially beneficial for people with Type 2 Diabetes.
3 ) An amazing ability to stop medication-resistant yeast İnfections.
4) Cinnamon reduced the proliferation of Leukemia and Lymphoma Cancer cells.
5 ) It has an anti-clotting effect on the blood.
6 ) Half a teaspoon of cinnamon powder combined with one tablespoon of Honey every morning before breakfast had significant relief in Arthritis pain after one week and could walk without pain within one month.
7 ) When added to food, it inhibits bacterial growth and food spoilage, making it a natural food preservative.
8) Smelling cinnamon boosts Cognitive Function and Memory.
9) Fights the E. coli bacteria in unpasteurized juices.
10 ) It is a great source of Manganese, Fiber, İron, and Calcium.

Following is a list of essential oils and some of their medicinal properties,


Allspice Essential Oil
Properties: Anaesthetic, analgesic, anti oxidant, anti septic, carminative, relaxant, rubefacient, stimulant and tonic.
Health Benefits: Induce numbness, pain relief, relaxes body & mind, brings redness in skin, stimulates functions


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Angelica Essential Oil
Properties: Anti spasmodic, carminative, depurative, diaphoretic, digestive, diuretic, hepatic, emenagogue, expectorant, febrifuge, nervine, stimulant, stomachic and tonic
Health Benefits: Relaxes spasm, removes gases, purifies blood, promotes perspiration, promotes digestion, increase urination & removes toxins, good for liver, opens obstructed menstruations, expells phlegm & catarrh, reduces
fever, cures nervous disorders, stimulates functions, good for stomach, tones up body

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Anise Essential Oil
Properties: Anti epileptic & anti hysteric, anti rheumatic, anti septic, anti spasmodic, aperient, carminative, cordial, decongestant, digestive, expectorant, insecticide, sedative, stimulant and vermifuge.
Health Benefits: Treats rheumatism &
arthritis, protects against septic, relaxes spasm, purgative, removes gases, warming, clears congestion & eases breathing, facilitates digestion, expells phlegm & catarrh, kills & repells insects, worms and lice, nervous afflictions, stimulates functions

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Basil Essential Oil
Properties: Carminative, anti spasmodic, analgesic, anti bacterial, opthalmic
Health Benefits: Skin care, indigestion, respiratory problems, infections, stress disorder, blood circulation, pain relief, vomiting

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Bay Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, anti biotic, anti neuralgic, anti spasmodic, analgesic, aperitif, astringent, cholagogue, emenagogue, febrifuge, insecticide, sedative, stomachic, sudorific and tonic.
Health Benefits: Protects against septic, inhibits microbial growth, gives relief from pain of neuralgia, relaxes spasm, pain relief, increases appetite, tightens gums & muscles and helps stop hair fall & haemorrhage, promotes bile secretion, opens obstructed menstruations, reduces
fever, kills & repells insects, sedates inflammations & nervous afflictions, good for stomach, increases perspiration & removal of toxins, tones up body

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Benzoin Essential Oil
Properties: Anti depressant, carminative, cordial, deodorant, disinfectant, relaxant, diuretic, expectorant, anti septic, vulnerary, astringent, anti inflammatory, anti rheumatic and sedative.
Health Benefits: Uplifts mood and fights depression, removes gases and does not let them build up, warming for the respiratory system, drives away
body odour, cures infections, relaxes, promotes urination and removal of toxins, protects wounds, strengthens gums and stops haemorrhage, cures inflammation, improves circulation and removes toxins like uric acid and helps cure arthritis, calms anxiety and tension

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Bergamot Essential Oil
Properties: Deodorant, vulnerary, vermifuge, anti biotic, anti septic, anti spasmodic, sedative, analgesic, anti depressant, disinfectant, febrifuge, cicatrisant, digestive
Health Benefits: Removes
body odour, gives relief from spasm, suppresses pain, brings hope and fights depression, heals cuts and scars, promotes digestion

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Birch Essential Oil
Properties: Tonic, disinfectant, stimulant & anti depressant, analgesic, detoxifying, anti rheumatic and anti arthritic, diuretic, anti septic, astringent, febrifuge, germicide and insecticide, depurative
Health Benefits: Stimulates functions, fights depression, reduces pain, promotes urination, protects wounds from being septic, reduces fever, kills germs and insects, purifies blood

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Bitter Almond Essential Oil
Properties: Vermifuge, febrifuge, bactericidal, germicidal, fungicidal, sedative, anesthetic, aperient, diuretic, anti intoxicating, anti spasmodic, cure for hydrophobia
Health Benefits: Kills worms, reduces fever, kills bacteria, germs and fungi, sedates and reduces inflammation, brings numbness and desensitizes, purgative, increases urination and helps remove excess
water, salt, toxins and fat from the body, counters effects of intoxicants, cure spasm, helps cure hydrophobia

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Black Pepper Essential Oil
Properties: Digestive, diaphoretic, carminative, aperient, anti spasmodic, anti rheumatic & anti arthritic, anti bacterial, anti oxidant
Health Benefits: Aids digestion, increases perspiration and helps remove toxins from body, helps remove gases from intestines and does not let them form, acts as a purgative, cures spasm, helps cure arthritis and rheumatism by removing uric acid and other toxins, inhibits Bacterial growth, anti aging and neutralizes free radicals

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Boldo Essential Oil
Properties: Anti inflammatory, anti rheumatic, anti septic, cholagogue, digestive, diuretic, hepatic, insecticide, narcotic, stimulant and vermifuge.
Health Benefits: Sedates inflammations, treats rheumatism & arthritis, protects against septic, promotes bile secretion, facilitates digestion, increases urination & removal of toxins, good for liver, kills & repells insects, intoxicating, stimulates functions, kills worms

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Buchu Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, anti rheumatic & anti arthritic, carminative, digestive, diuretic, insecticide and tonic.
Health Benefits: Protects against septic, treats rheumatism & arthritis, removes gases, facilitates digestion, increases urination & removal of toxins, kills & repells insects, tones up body

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Cajuput Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, cosmetic, bactericide, insecticide, decongestant, analgesic, expectorant, febrifuge, vermifuge, anti spasmodic, anti neuralgic, carminative, stimulant, tonic, sudorific, emenagogue
Health Benefits: Protects wounds from septic, takes care of skin, kills bacteria and insects, cures congestion in respiratory system, reduces pain, cures coughs, reduces fever, cures spasm, gives relief from pain of neuralgia, removes gases and does not let them form, stimulates secretions and nerves, tones up
organic systems, increases perspiration, gives relief from obstructed menses and makes them regular

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Calamus Essential Oil
Properties: Anti rheumatic, anti spasmodic, cephalic, circulatory, memory boosting, nervine, stimulant and tranquilizing.
Health Benefits: Treats rheumatism & arthritis, relaxes spasm, inhibits microbial growth, good for brain & boosts memory, increases blood & lymph circulation, cures nervous disorders, stimulates functions, induce sleep

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Camomile Essential Oil
Properties: Anti spasmodic, anti septic, anti biotic, anti depressant, anti neuralgic, anti phlogistic, carminative, cholagogue, cicatrisant, emenagogue, analgesic, febrifuge, hepatic, sedative, nervine, digestive, tonic, anti spasmodic, bactericidal, sudorific, stomachic, anti inflammatory, anti infectious, vermifuge, vulnerary
Health Benefits: Cures spasm, protects wounds from being septic and infection, checks biotic growth or infections, fights depression and uplifts mood, cures neuralgic pain by reducing swelling in the vessels, soothes inflammation due to fever, removes gases, promotes discharge of bile, helps fading away of scars and after-marks, opens up obstructed menses and regularises them, cures pain, reduces fever, good for liver, sedates inflammation and hyper-reactions, restores health of nervous system, aids digestion, tones up all aspects of health, cures spasm, kills bacteria, increases perspiration, improves functioning of stomach, soothes inflammation, fights infections, kills worms, promotes healing up of wounds

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Camphor Essential Oil
Properties: Stimulant, anti spasmodic, anti septic, decongestant, anesthetic, sedative, nervouspacifier, anti neuralgic, anti inflammatory, disinfectant, insecticide
Health Benefits: Stimulates discharges and other systems, cures spasm, protects wounds from infections, opens up congestion, desensitizes and acts as local anaesthetic, calms down nervous disturbances, cures neuralgic pain, soothes inflammation, fights infections, kills insects

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Caraway Essential Oil
Properties: Galactogogue, anti histaminic, anti septic, cardiac, anti spasmodic, carminative, digestive, stomachic, disinfectant, diuretic, emenagogue, expectorant, aperitif, astringent, insecticide, stimulant, tonic, vermifuge
Health Benefits: Increases
milk in the breasts, curbs histamin to fight cough, protects wounds against septic, good for heart, cures spasm and cramps, removes gases, promotes digestion, maintains stomach health, fights infections, increases urination and helps remove toxins from body, makes menstruations regular and clear, cures coughs, increases appetite, contracts gums and muscles, kills insects, stimulates secretions and other functions, tones up health

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Cardamom Essential Oil
Properties: Anti spasmodic, neutralizes adverse effects of chemotherapy, reduces nausea, anti septic, anti microbial, aphrodisiac, astringent, digestive, stomachic, stimulant, diuretic
Health Benefits: Cures spasm, fights nausea, protects wounds and incisions, checks microbial growth, increases libido, contracts gums, promotes digestion, maintains stomach health, stimulates secretions and other functions, increases urination and thereby removes extra salt, bile,
water, toxins and fat from the body

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Carrot seed Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, disinfectant, detoxifier, anti oxidant, carminative, depurative, diuretic, emenagogue, stimulant, cytophylactic, tonic
Health Benefits: Protects wounds from septic, fights infections, removes toxins from body, neutralises free radicals and reverses effects of oxidation, removes gases and does not let them form, purifies blood by removing toxins, increases urination, opens and regularises menses, stimulates secretions and other functions, promotes generation of new cells and growth, tones up health, kills worms

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Cassia Essential Oil
Properties: Anti diarrhoea, anti depressant, anti emetic, anti galactogogue, anti microbial, anti rheumatic & anti arthritic, astringent, anti viral, carminative, circulatory, emenagogue, febrifuge and stimulant.
Health Benefits: Stops loose motions, fights depression & uplifts mood, stops vomiting, reduces
milk flow, inhibits microbial growth, treats rheumatism & arthritis, tightens gums & muscles and helps stop hair fall & haemorrhage, fights viral infections, removes gases, improves blood & lymphatic circulation, opens obstructed menstruations, reduces fever, stimulates functions

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Catnip Essential Oil
Properties: Anti spasmodic, carminative, diaphoretic, emenagogue, nervine, stomachic, stimulant, astringent
Health Benefits: Fights spasm, removes gases, promotes sweating, opens obstructed menses and regularises them, stregthens nervous system, maintains stomach health, stimulates systems functioning in the body, contracts gums

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Cedarwood Essential Oil
Properties: anti seborrhoeic, anti septic, anti spasmodic, tonic, astringent, diuretic, emenagogue, expectorant, insecticide, sedative, fungicide
Health Benefits: Helps cure seborrhoea, heals wounds, fights spasm, tones up health, cause contractions in gums, muscles, tissues, skin and blood vessels, promotes urination and removal of toxins, water, salt and fat from body, promotes menstruations, cures coughs and cold, kills insects, sedates inflammations and nervous disturbances, inhibitis fungal growth and infections

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Cinnamom Essential Oil
Properties: Anti bacterial, anti fungal, anti microbial, astringent, anti clotting, stimulating, cooling, carminative
Health Benefits: Brain tonic, respiratory problems, skin infections, blood impurity, blood circulation, infections, healing, pain relief, birth control, menstruation problems, breastfeeding, heart disorders,
diabetes, colon cancer, indigestion, mouth freshener

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Citronella Essential Oil
Properties: Anti bacterial, anti depressant, anti septic, anti spasmodic, anti inflammatory, deodorant, diaphoretic, diuretic, febrifuge, fungicidal, insect repellent, stomachic, stimulant, tonic and vermifuge.
Health Benefits: Inhibits bacterial, microbial, viral & fungal infections and kills insects, protects wounds from being septic, relaxes spasm, sedates inflammations, drives away body odour, promotes perspiration, increases urination & removal of toxins, reduces fever, repells insects, good for stomach, stimulates functions, tones up body

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Clary Sage Essential Oil
Properties: Anti depressant, anti convulsive, anti spasmodic, anti septic, aphrodisiac, astringent, bactericidal, carminative, deodorant, digestive, emenagogue, euphoric, hypotensive, nervine, sedative, stomachic, uterine.
Health Benefits: Fights depression and uplifts mood, stops convulsions by sedating nervous disturbances, relaxes spasm, protects
wound from septic, cures sexual weakness and increases libido, causes contractions, kills bacteria and checks Bacterial growth, removes gases, drives body odour, improves digestion, opens obstructed menstruations, creates happy feeling, lowers blood pressure, makes nervous system healthy, sedates emotions and anxiety, maintains good health of stomach, restores health of uterus

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Clove Essential Oil
Properties: Anti microbial, anti fungal, anti septic, anti viral, aphrodisiac, stimulating
Health Benefits: Dental care, toothache, cavity, infections, skin care, stress, headache, respiratory problems,
earache, indigestion, nausea, blood circulation, blood purification, diabetes, immune system, premature ejaculation, cholera, sty

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Coriander Essential Oil
Properties: Analgesic, aphrodisiac, anti spasmodic, carminative, depurative, deodorant, digestive, fungicidal, lipolytic, stimulant, stomachic
Health Benefits: Reduces pain, increases libido, clears spasm, removes
gas, purifies blood, drives away body odour, promotes digestion, inhibits fungal growth and infection, reduces fat by breaking it down by hydrolysis, stimulates functions, maintains good health of stomach

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Cumin Essential Oil
Properties: Bactericidal, carminative, digestive, diuretic, anti septic, anti spasmodic, detoxifier, emenagogue, stimulant, nervine, tonic
Health Benefits: Kills bacteria and inhibits Bacterial infection, removes
gas from intestine, promotes digestion, increases urination, protects wounds against septic, clears spasm, removes toxins from blood, regularises menstruations, stimulates functions, good for nerves, tones up health

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Cypress Essential Oil
Properties: Astringent, anti septic, anti spasmodic, deodorant, diuretic, haemostatic, hepatic, styptic, sudorific, vasoconstrictor, respiratory tonic, sedative.
Health Benefits: Strengthens gums and contracts muscles, protects wounds against infections, clears spasm, removes body odour, increases urination, promotes perspiration, tones up respiratory system, sedates inflammations, anxiety etc

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Davana Essential Oil
Properties: Anti depression, anti septic, anti viral, disinfectant, emenagogue, expectorant, relaxant and vulnerary.
Health Benefits: Fights depression & uplifts mood, protects against septic, fights viral infections, opens obstructed menstruations & makes them regular, expells phlegm & catarrh, relaxes body & mind, heals wounds

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Dill Essential Oil
Properties: Anti spasmodic, carminative, digestive, disinfectant, galactogogue, sedative, stomachic, sudorific.
Health Benefits: Clears spasm, removes gases, promotes digestion, prohibits infections, increases secretion of milk, sedates hypersensitivity and anxiety, good for stomach, increases perspiration

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Elemi Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, analgesic, expectorant, stimulant and tonic.
Health Benefits: Protects against septic, pain relief, expells phlegm & catarrh, stimulates functions, tones up body

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Eucalyptus Essential Oil
Properties: Anti inflammatory, anti spasmodic, decongestant, deodorant, anti septic, anti bacterial, stimulating
Health Benefits: Respiratory problems, wounds, muscle pain, mental exhaustion, dental care, skin care, diabetes, fever, intestinal germs

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Fennel Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, anti spasmodic, aperitif, carminative, depurative, diuretic, emenagogue, expectorant, galactogogue, laxative, stimulant, stomachic, splenic, tonic, vermifuge
Health Benefits: Protects wounds against septic, clears spasm, increases appetite, removes gases and does not let them form, purifies blood, increases urination, promotes menstruations, fights cough and cold, increases milk secretion, helps clear bowels and constipation, stimulates systems, good for stomach’s health, good for spleen, tones up health, kills worms

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Frankincense Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, disinfectant, astringent, carminative, cicatrisant, cytophylactic, digestive, diuretic, emenagogue, expectorant, sedative, tonic, uterine, vulnerary
Health Benefits: Protects wounds against septic, fights infections, induces contractions in gums, muscles and blood vessels, removes gases, heals scars, keeps cells healthy and promotes their generation, promotes digestion, increases urination, promotes menstruations, cures cough and cold, sedates anxiety and inflammations, tones up body, ensures good health of uterus, promotes healing of wounds

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Galbanum Essential Oil
Properties: Anti arthritic & anti rheumatic, anti spasmodic, cicatrisant, circulatory, decongestant, detoxifier, emollient, insecticide, anti parasitic and vulnerary.
Health Benefits: Treats rheumatism & arthritis, relaxes spasm, clears scars & spots, increases blood & lymph circulation, clears congestion & eases breathing, removes toxins, skin care, kills & repells insects, eliminates parasites, heals wounds

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Geranium Essential Oil
Properties: Astringent, haemostatic, cicatrisant, cytophylactic, diuretic, deodorant, styptic, tonic, vermifuge, vulnerary
Health Benefits: Induces contractions in gums, muscles, skin and blood vessels and stops haemorrhage, heals scars and after marks, promotes growth of cells, increases urination, stops body odour, tones up body, kills intestinal other worms, heals wounds

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Ginger Essential Oil
Properties: Analgesic, anti emetic, anti septic, anti spasmodic, bactericidal, carminative, cephalic, expectorant, febrifuge, laxative, rubefacient, stimulant, stomachic, sudorific and tonic
Health Benefits: Cures pain, stops vomiting, protects from septic, relaxes spasm, inhibits bacterial growth, removes gas, good for brain & memory, expells phlegm & catarrh, cures fever, clears bowels, brings redness to skin, stimulates, good for stomach, promotes sweating & removes toxins, tones body

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Grapefruit Essential Oil
Properties: Diuretic, disinfectant, stimulant, anti depressant, anti septic, aperitif, lymphatic, tonic
Health Benefits: Increases urination, fights infections, stimulates functions, fights depression and uplifts mood, protects wounds from being septic, appetizer, promotes removal of toxins, tones up health

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Helicrysum Essential Oil
Properties: Anti spasmodic, anti coagulant, anti allergenic, anti microbial, anti haematoma, anti phlogistic, nervine, anti inflammatory, anti tussive, cicatrisant, expectorant, febrifuge, anti septic, cholagogue, emollient, mucolytic, fungicidal, hepatic, diuretic, splenic, cytophylactic
Health Benefits: Clears spasm, maintains fluidity of blood, fights
allergies, inhibits microbial infections, dissolves and clears blood clots, reduces inflammation due to fever, good for nervous health, reduces other inflammations, clears phlegm and reduces coughs, heals scars, reduces fever, protects wounds from being septic, promotes proper bile discharge into stomach, makes skin smooth and young, dissolves mucus, kills fungus, good for liver, promotes urination, good for spleen, promotes generation of new cells and cell health

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Hyssop Essential Oil
Properties: Astringent, stimulant, anti spasmodic, anti rheumatic, anti septic, anti spasmodic, carminative, cicatrisant, digestive, diuretic, emenagogue, expectorant, hypertensive, nervine, sudorific, tonic, febrifuge, vermifuge, vulnerary
Health Benefits: Induces contractions in gums, muscles, skin and blood vessels, clears spasm, removes gas, heals scars and after-marks, promotes digestion, increases urination, promotes menstruations, treats phlegm and cough, increases blood pressure, good for nerves, promotes sweating, tones up body, reduces fever, kills worms, heals wounds

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Jasmine Essential Oil
Properties: Anti depressant, anti septic, aphrodisiac, anti spasmodic, cicatrisant, expectorant, galactogogue, emenagogue, parturient, sedative and uterine
Health Benefits: Fights depression and uplifts mood, protects wounds, cures sexual weakness and increases libido, cures spasm, heals scars and after marks, gives relief from phlegm and coughs, increases
breast milk, opens obstructed menstruations and makes them regular, eases delivery and labor pain, sedates inflammations and nervous disturbances, good for uterine health

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Juniper Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, sudorific, anti rheumatic, depurative, anti spasmodic, stimulating, stomachic, astringent, carminative, diuretic, rubefacient, vulnerary and tonic.
Health Benefits: Protects wounds against septic, increases sweating, cures rheumatism & arthritis, purifies blood, clears spasm, stimulates functions, good for stomach, makes gums stronger and stops haemorrhage, removes gases, promotes urination, brings reddishness in skin, promotes healing of wounds, tones up health

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Lavandin Essential Oil
Properties: Anti depressant, anti septic, analgesic cicatrisant, expectorant, nervine, vulnerary.
Health Benefits: Fights depression, protects wounds from infections, reduces pain, heals scars and after marks, clears phlegm and cures coughs, strengthens nerves, helps heal wounds

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Lavender Essential Oil
Properties: Calming, sleep inducing, analgesic, disinfectant, anti inflammatory, anti septic, anti fungal
Health Benefits: Nervous system, insomnia, pain relief, urine flow, respiratory disorders, skin care, hair care, blood circulation, indigestion, immunity

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Lemon Essential Oil
Properties: anti septic, anti viral, astringent, aperitif, bactericidal, disinfectant, febrifuge, haemostatic, restorative, tonic.
Health Benefits: Protects from septic, inhibits viral & bacterial growth, strengthens gums, stops hair fall, lifts skin, induce firmness in muscles, stops haemorrhage, fights infections, cures fever, heals damages, tones body

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Lemongrass Essential Oil
Properties: Analgesic, anti depressant, anti microbial, anti pyretic, anti septic, astringent, bactericidal, carminative, deodorant, diuretic, febrifuge, fungicidal, galactogogue, insecticidal, nervine, sedative, tonic.
Health Benefits: Reduces pain, fights depression, inhibits microbial growth, reduces high fever, protects wounds from being septic, strengthens gums and hair and stops haemorrhage, kills bacteria, removes gases, drives away body odour, promotes urination, reduces fever, stops fungal infections, increases milk, kills insects, strengthens nerves, sedates inflammations and nervous disturbances, tones up whole body

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Lime Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, anti viral, astringent, aperitif, bactericidal, disinfectant, febrifuge, haemostatic, restorative, tonic.
Health Benefits: Protects wounds from being septic, protection against viral infection, boosts appetite, kills bacteria, fights infections, reduces fever, stops haemorrhage, restores health and heals wears and tears, tonic for health

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Mandarin Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, anti spasmodic, circulatory, cytophylactic, depurative, digestive, hepatic, nervous relaxant, sedative, stomachic and tonic.
Health Benefits: Protects against septic, relaxes spasm, increases blood & lymph circulation, promotes growth & regeneration of cells, purifies blood, facilitates digestion, good for liver, sedates inflammations & nervous afflictions, good for stomach, tones up body

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Manuka Essential Oil
Properties: Anti dandruff, antidote to insect bites and stings, anti bacterial, anti fungal, anti inflammatory, anti histaminic, anti allergenic. cicatrisant, cytophylactic, deodorant and nervous relaxant
Health Benefits: Treats dandruff, counters venom, inhibits bacterial and fungal infections, sedates inflammations, checks production of histamin & cures allergic symptoms, clears scars & spots, promotes growth & regeneration of cells, drives away body odour, relaxes nerves

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Marjoram Essential Oil
Properties: Analgesic, anti spasmodic, an aphrodisiac, anti septic, anti viral, bactericidal, carminative, cephalic, cordial, diaphoretic, digestive, diuretic, emenagogue, expectorant, fungicidal, hypotensive, laxative, nervine, sedative, stomachic, vasodilator, vulnerary.
Health Benefits: Reduces pain, clears spasm & cures cramps, enhances libido, protects from septic, inhibits viral and Bacterial growth, removes gases from intestines, cures headache, warming, increases perspiration, promotes digestion, increases urination, opens up obstructed menses, cures cough & cold and dilutes phlegm, kills fungus, lowers blood pressure, cures constipation, good for nerves, sedates disturbances, good for stomach, widens and relaxes blood vessels, heals wounds

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Melissa Essential Oil
Properties: Anti depressant, cordial, nervine, emenagogue, sedative, anti spasmodic, stomachic, anti bacterial, carminative, diaphoretic, febrifuge, hypotensive, sudorific, tonic.
Health Benefits: Drives away depression, warming, cures nervous disorders, opens blocked menses, sedates inflammation, clears spasm, good for stomach, inhibits bacteria, removes gas, increases perspiration & removes toxins, reduces fever, lowers blood pressure, boosts health and immunity

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Mugwort Essential Oil
Properties: Cordial, digestive, diuretic, emenagogue, nervine, stimulant, uterine, vermifuge
Health Benefits: Warming, facilitates digestion, increases urination & removal of toxins, treats nervous disorders, stimulates functions, maintains uterine health, kills worms

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Mullein Essential Oil
Properties: Analgesic, anti inflammatory, anti septic, disinfectant, diuretic, expectorant, febrifuge, relaxant and tranquilizing.
Health Benefits: Pain relief, sedates inflammations, protects against septic, fights infections, increases urination & removal of toxins, expells phlegm & catarrh, reduces fever, relaxes body & mind, brings sleep

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Mustard Essential Oil
Properties: Stimulant, irritant, appetizer, anti bacterial, anti fungal, insect repellant, hair vitalizer, cordial, diaphoretic, anti rheumatic and tonic
Health Benefits: Stimulates discharges and other systems, causes irritations, increases appetite, inhibits Bacterial growth and fungal growth, keeps insects away, boosts hair growth and stops
hair loss, warming, increases perspiration, stimulates circulation and helps cure rheumatism, boosts health and immunity

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Myrrh Essential Oil
Properties: Anti microbial, astringent, expectorant, anti fungal, stimulant, carminative, stomachic, anti catarrhal, diaphoretic, vulnerary, anti septic, immune booster, circulatory, tonic, anti inflammatory, anti spasmodic.
Health Benefits: Checks microbial growth, tightens gums and muscles and stops haemorrhage, helps cure cough and cold, stops fungal growth, stimulates discharges and systems, removes gases, good for stomach, gives relief from phlegm, promotes sweating, helps wounds heal quickly and protects them from infection, boosts protection against diseases, improves circulation and protects from rheumatism & arthritis, boosts health and immunity, sedates inflammation, clears spasm

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Myrtle Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, astringent, deodorant, expectorant, sedative
Health Benefits: Protects wounds & ulcers against infections, tightens gums and muscles and stops haemorrhage, stops body odour, fights cough & cold, soothes inflammations & nervous disturbances

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Neroli Essential Oil
Properties: Anti depressant, aphrodisiac, anti septic, bactericidal, cordial, carminative, cicatrisant, cytophylactic, disinfectant, anti spasmodic, deodorant, digestive, emollient, sedative, tonic.
Health Benefits: Uplifts mood and fights depression, enhances libido, protects wounds against infections, kills bacteria, warming, gives relief from gases, fades scars & after marks, promotes cell growth, fights infection, clears spasm, drives away body odour, improves digestion, takes care of skin, sedates anxiety & inflammations, tones up body functions.

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Niaouli Essential Oil
Properties: Analgesic, anti rheumatic, anti septic, bactericidal, balsamic, cicatrisant, decongestant, expectorant, febrifuge, insecticide, stimulant, vermifuge and vulnerary
Health Benefits: Pain relief, treats rheumatism & arthritis, protects against septic, inhibits bacterial growth, boosts health, clears scars & spots, clears congestion & eases breathing, expells phlegm & catarrh, reduces fever, kills & repells insects, stimulates functions, kills worms, heals wounds.

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Nutmeg Essential Oil
Properties: Analgesic, anti emetic, anti oxidant, anti rheumatic, anti septic, anti spasmodic, anti parasitic, aphrodisiac, cardiac, vermifuge, laxative, prostaglandin inhibitor, stimulant and tonic.
Health Benefits: Pain relief, stops vomiting, counters aging, treats rheumatism & arthritis, protects from septic, relaxes spasm, kills parasites & worms, enhances libido, good for heart, clears bowels, stops prostrate enlargement, stimulates, tones up body.

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Oakmoss Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, demulcent, expectorant and restorative.
Health Benefits: Protects against septic, soothing, expells phlegm & catarrh, heals damages & restores health

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Orange Essential Oil
Properties: Anti inflammatory, anti depressant, anti spasmodic, anti septic, aphrodisiac, carminative, diuretic, tonic, sedative and cholagogue
Health Benefits: Soothes inflammations, fights depressions & uplifts mood, protects against septic, enhances libido & cures sexual disorders, gives relief from gas, increases urination and removes toxins, tones up health & immune system, sedates emotional & nervous disturbances, increases discharges & secretions from glands

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Oregano Essential Oil
Properties: Anti viral, anti bacterial, anti fungal, anti parasitic, anti oxidant, anti inflammatory, digestive, emenagogue, anti allergenic
Health Benefits: Inhibits viral, Bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections, heals damages done by oxidation, soothes inflammations, promotes digestion, opens up obstructed menstruations, helps cure
allergy

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Palma Rosa Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, anti viral, bactericide, cytophylactic, digestive, febrifuge and hydrating
Health Benefits: Protects against septic, inhibits viral & bacterial growth, promotes growth & regeneration of cells, facilitates digestion, reduces fever

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Parsley Essential Oil
Properties: Anti microbial, anti rheumatic & anti arthritic, anti septic, astringent, carminative, circulatory, detoxifier, digestive, diuretic, depurative, emenagogue, febrifuge, hypotensive, laxative, stimulant, stomachic and uterine.
Health Benefits: Inhibits microbial growth, treats rheumatism & arthritis, protects against septic, tightens gums & muscles and helps stop hair fall & haemorrhage, removes gases, improves circulation of blood & lymph, removes toxins, facilitates digestion, increases urination & removal of toxins, purifies blood, opens obstructed menstruations, reduces fever, reduces blood pressure, clears bowels, stimulates functions, good for stomach, restores uterine health

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Patchouli Essential Oil
Properties: Anti depressant, anti phlogistic, anti septic, aphrodisiac, astringent, cicatrisant, cytophylactic, deodorant, diuretic, febrifuge, fungicide, insecticide, sedative, tonic
Health Benefits: Fights depression & uplifts mood, soothes inflammation resulting from high fever, does not let wounds go septic, increases libido and cures sexual disorders, tightens gums, muscles and stops haemorrhage, heals scars and after marks, promotes cell growth, drives away body odour, increases urination and removes toxins, cures fever, kills fungus and insects, sedates emotional and nervous disturbances, tones up body functions

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Pennyroyal Essential Oil
Properties: Anti hysteric, anti microbial & anti bacterial, anti rheumatic & anti arthritic, anti septic, astringent, cordial, decongestant, depurative, digestive, emenagogue, insecticide and stomachic.
Health Benefits: Sedates hysteric feats, inhibits microbial & bacterial growth, treats rheumatism & arthritis, protects against septic, tightens gums & muscles and helps stop hair fall & haemorrhage, warming, clears congestion & eases breathing, purifies blood, facilitates digestion, opens obstructed menstruations & makes them regular, kills & repells insects, good for stomachic

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Peppermint Essential Oil
Properties: Analgesic, anesthetic, anti septic, anti galactogogue, anti phlogistic, anti spasmodic, astringent, carminative, cephalic, cholagogue, cordial, decongestant, emenagogue, expectorant, febrifuge, hepatic, nervine, stimulant, stomachic, sudorific, vasoconstrictor and vermifuge
Health Benefits: Pain relief, induce numbness, protects from septic, reduces milk flow, reduces discharges, relaxes spasm, strengthens gums, stops hair fall, lifts skin, induce firmness in muscles, stops haemorrhage, removes gas, good for brain & memory, promotes bile discharge, warming, clears congestion & eases breathing, opens obstructed menstruations, expells phlegm & catarrh, reduces fever, good for liver, good for nerves, stimulates, good for stomach, promotes perspiration, contracts blood vessels, kills worms

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Petitgrain Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, anti spasmodic, anti depressant, deodorant, nervine and sedative.
Health Benefits: Protects against septic, relaxes spasm, fights depression & uplifts mood, drives away body odour, treats nervous disorders, sedates inflammations & nervous afflictions

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Pimento Essential Oil
Properties: Anaesthetic, analgesic, anti oxidant, anti septic, carminative, relaxant, rubefacient, stimulant and tonic
Health Benefits: Induce numbness, pain relief, fights aging, protects against septic, removes gases, relaxes body & mind, brings redness in skin, stimulates functions, tones up body

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Pine Essential Oil
Properties: Anti bacterial, analgesic, diuretic, energizing, anti septic, aromatic
Health Benefits: Skin care, cosmetics, increases metabolism, pain relief, stress disorder, mental fatigue, urinary tract infections, respiratory problems

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Ravensara Essential Oil
Properties: Analgesic, anti allergenic, anti bacterial & anti microbial, anti depressant, anti fungal, anti septic, anti spasmodic, anti viral, aphrodisiac, disinfectant, diuretic, expectorant, relaxant and tonic
Health Benefits: Pain relief, cures
allergies, inhibits bacterial, viral, fungal & microbial growth, fights depression & uplifts mood, protects against septic, relaxes spasm, enhances libido, fights infections, increases urination & removal of toxins, expells phlegm & catarrh, relaxes body & mind, tones up body

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Rose Essential Oil
Properties: Anti depressant, anti phlogistic, anti septic, anti spasmodic, anti viral, aphrodisiac, astringent, bactericidal, cholagogue, cicatrisant, depurative, emenagogue, haemostatic, hepatic, laxative, nervine, stomachic, uterine
Health Benefits: Fights depression and uplifts mood, soothes inflammation due to fever, protects wounds against septic, clears spasm, fights viral infections, enhances libido and cures sexual disorders, tightens gums, muscles and stops haemorrhage, inhibits Bacterial growth, promotes discharges and secretions, heals scars, purifies blood, opens up obstructed menses, stops haemorrhage, boosts liver health, cures constipation, cures nervous disorders, good for stomach, good for uterine health

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Rosemary Essential Oil
Properties: Stimulating hair growth, disinfectant, anti septic, anti inflammatory, carminative, anti bacterial, analgesic
Health Benefits: Hair care, skin care, mouth care, anxiety, mental disorders, depression, pain, headache, rheumatism, respiratory problems, bronchial
asthma, indigestion, flatulence

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Rosewood Essential Oil
Properties: Analgesic, anti depressant, anti septic, aphrodisiac, anti bacterial, cephalic, deodorant, insecticide, stimulant
Health Benefits: Reduces pain, fights depression, protects wounds from being septic, enhances libido and promotes arousal, kills bacteria, good for brain and cures headaches, drives away body odour, kills insects, stimulates discharges and functions

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Rue Essential Oil
Properties: Anti arthritic and anti rheumatic, anti bacterial, anti fungal, insecticidal, nervousaffliction deterrent, digestive
Health Benefits: Neutralizes effects of poison, improves circulation & removal of uric acid, inhibits Bacterial and fungal infections, kills insects, keeps nerves steady and sedates nervous afflictions, promotes digestion, sedates epileptic and hysteric attacks and helps cure them

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Sage Essential Oil
Properties: Anti fungal, anti microbial, anti bacterial, anti septic, anti oxidant, anti inflammatory, anti spasmodic, cholagogue and choleretic, cicatrisant, depurative, digestive, disinfectant, emenagogue, expectorant, febrifuge, laxative, stimulant
Health Benefits: Inhibits viral, Bacterial, fungal and parasitic infections and thus protects wounds against being septic, heals damages done by oxidation, soothes inflammations, clears spasm, increases production of bile, promotes digestion, fights infections, opens up obstructed menstruations, cures cough & cold, reduces fever, helps clear bowels, stimulates discharges and functions

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Sandalwood Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, anti inflammatory, anti phlogistic, anti spasmodic, astringent, cicatrisant, carminative, diuretic, disinfectant, emollient, expectorant, hypotensive, memory booster, sedative and tonic
Health Benefits: Protects wounds from infections, soothes inflammations due to fever and otherwise, clears spasm, tightens gums & muscles and helps stop hair fall & haemorrhage, heals scars & after marks, gives relief from gas, increases urination, fights infections, keeps skin smooth & free from infections, cures cough & cold, reduces blood pressure, increases memory, sedates nervous afflictions & inflammations, boosts health & immunity

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Spearmint Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, anti spasmodic, carminative, cephalic, emenagogue, insecticide, restorative, stimulant.
Health Benefits: Protects wounds from being septic, clears spasm, gives relief from gas, good for brain, opens up obstructed menses, kills insects, restores health and heals wears and tears, stimulates discharges & functions

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Spikenard Essential Oil
Properties: Anti bacterial, anti fungal, anti inflammatory, deodorant, laxative, sedative and uterine
Health Benefits: Inhibits bacterial & fungal growth, sedates inflammations, drives away body odour, clears bowels, sedates inflammations & nervous afflictions, restores uterine health

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Tagetes Essential Oil
Properties: Anti biotic, anti microbial, anti parasitic, anti septic, anti spasmodic, disinfectant, insecticide and sedative.
Health Benefits: Inhibits biotic, microbial & other parasitic growth, protects against septic, relaxes spasm, fights infections, kills & repells insects, sedates inflammations & nervous afflictions

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Tangerine Essential Oil
Properties: Anti septic, anti spasmodic, cytophylactic, depurative, sedative, stomachic and tonic.
Health Benefits: Protects against septic, relaxes spasm, promotes growth & regeneration of cells, purifies blood, sedates inflammations & nervous afflictions, good for stomach, tones up body.

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Tansy Essential Oil
Properties: Anti bacterial, anti fungal, anti inflammatory, anti histaminic, anti viral, febrifuge, insecticide, hormone stimulant, sedative and vermifuge.
Health Benefits: Inhibits bacterial, fungal and viral growth, sedates inflammations, checks production of histamin & gives relief from allergic symptoms, reduces fever, kills & repells insects, stimulates production of hormones, sedates inflammations and nervous afflictions, kills worms

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Tarragon Essential Oil
Properties: Anti rheumatic, aperitif, circulatory, digestive, deodorant, emenagogue, stimulant and vermifuge.
Health Benefits: Treats rheumatism & arthritis, enhances appetite, improves circulation of blood & lymph, facilitates digestion, drives away body odour, opens obstructed menstruations & makes them regular, stimulates functions, kills worms

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Tea Tree Essential Oil
Properties: Anti bacterial, anti microbial, anti viral, fungicide, insecticide, anti septic, balsamic, cicatrisant, expectorant, stimulant, sudorific
Health Benefits: Inhibits Bacterial, microbial, viral & infections and kills insects, protects wounds from being septic, promotes absorption of nutrients, heals scars & after marks, cures cough & cold, stimulates functions & discharges, promotes sweating

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Thuja Essential Oil
Properties: Anti rheumatic, astringent, diuretic, emenagogue, expectorant, insect repellent, rubefacient, stimulant, tonic and vermifuge.
Health Benefits: Treats rheumatism & arthritis, tightens gums & muscles and helps stop hair fall & haemorrhage, increases urination & removal of toxins, opens obstructed menstruations & makes them regular, expells phlegm & catarrh, repells insects, brings redness to skin, stimulates functions, tones up body, kills worms

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Thyme Essential Oil
Properties: Anti spasmodic, anti rheumatic, anti septic, bactericidal, bechic, cardiac, carminative, cicatrisant, diuretic, emenagogue, expectorant, hypertensive, insecticide, stimulant, tonic, vermifuge
Health Benefits: Clears spasm, gives relief from rheumatism by removing toxins, protects wounds from being septic, kills bacteria, helps cure chest infections and cough & cold, good for heart’s health, gives relief from gas, heals scars & after marks, increases urination, makes menstruations regular, cures cough & cold

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Tuberose Essential Oil
Properties: Aphrodisiac, deodorant, relaxing, sedative and warming
Health Benefits: Enhances libido, drives away body odour, relaxes body & mind, sedates inflammations & nervous afflictions, warming

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Vanilla Essential Oil
Properties: Anti oxidant, aphrodisiac, anti carcinogenic, febrifuge, anti depressant, sedative, tranquilizing, relaxing
Health Benefits: Neutralizes effects of free radicals & oxidants and repairs damages due to oxidation, enhances libido & promotes arousal, inhibits growth of cancerous cells, reduces fever, fights depression & uplifts mood, sedates inflammation & nervous afflictions, promotes sleep, gives relief from anxiety & stress

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Vetiver Essential Oil
Properties: Anti inflammatory, anti septic, aphrodisiac, cicatrisant, nervine, sedative, tonic and vulnerary
Health Benefits: Sedates inflammations, protects against septic, enhances libido, clears scars & spots, cures nervous disorders, sedates inflammations & nervous afflictions, tones up body, heals wounds

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Wintergreen Essential Oil
Properties: Analgesic, anodyne, anti rheumatic & anti arthritic, anti spasmodic, anti septic, aromatic, astringent, carminative, diuretic, emenagogue and stimulant
Health Benefits: Pain relief & relaxation of body & mind, treats rheumatism & arthritis, relaxes spasm, protects against septic, spreads fragrance, tightens gums & muscles and helps stop hair fall & haemorrhage, removes gases, increases urination & removal of toxins, opens obstructed menstruations & makes them regular, stimulates functions

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Wormwood Essential Oil
Properties: Anti helmitic, cholagogue, deodorant, digestive, emenagogue, febrifuge, insecticide, narcotic, vermifuge and tonic.
Health Benefits: Kills worms & larva, promotes secretion of bile and other discharges, drives away body odour, facilitates digestion, opens obstructed menstruations & makes them regular, reduces fever, kills & repells insects, intoxicating, tones up body

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Yarrow Essential Oil
Properties: Anti inflammatory, anti rheumatic, anti septic, anti spasmodic, astringent, carminative, cicatrisant, diaphoretic, digestive, expectorant, haemostatic, hypotensive, stomachic, tonic.
Health Benefits: Soothes inflammations, improves circulation & removes uric acid and gives relief from rheumatism, protects against septic, clears spasm, tightens gums & muscles and stops haemorrhage, gives relief from gas, heals scars & after-marks, increases perspiration, promotes digestion, gives relief from cough & phlegm, stops haemorrhage, lowers blood pressure, good for stomach, tones up health & immunity

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Ylang Ylang Essential Oil
Properties: Anti depressant, anti seborrhoeic, anti septic, aphrodisiac, hypotensive, nervine and sedative
Health Benefits: Fights depression & uplifts mood, stops sebum secretion, protects against septic, increases libido and cures sexual disorders, reduces blood pressure, cures nervous disorders, sedates inflammations & nervous afflictions

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80 Incredibly Healthy & Healing Herbs You Can (Legally) Grow at Home

Tired of the perpetual barrage of artificial chemicals and questionable side effects, many individuals have turned to ancient and completely natural solutions to quell their various ills. DIY types with a bit of space to spare – even a windowsill will do! – may want to take their pharmaceutical pursuits one step further and create for themselves a garden full of traditional herbs and plants. However, it is always a good idea to execute plenty of research before committing to whipping up remedies medicinal herbs. Obviously, not every climate stands as suitable for every botanical, so be sure to discuss which ones thrive best in a given region. Second, one must always consult with a physician and/or pharmacist before committing to any herbal treatment. They are not regulated by the FDA, so caution needs to be taken when it comes to allergies, negative reactions with certain medical conditions or toxicology. Never enter into such a pursuit blindly, though responsible care and use of a medicinal plant can certainly yield plenty of hearty and healthy rewards.

1. Mint

Good for more than just mojitos, mint freshens breath, calms the stomach and plays numerous other valuable roles in herbal home remedies.

2. Dill

This spunky little herb assists in digestion, combating halitosis and the lessening of swelling, boils, cramps – among other great benefits.

3. Basil

A popular additive in cuisines from around the world, basil enjoys praise for its defenses against low blood sugar and antioxidant properties almost as much as it does for the rich flavor.

4. Parsley

Chomp down on parsley for a beneficial boost to Vitamin C and A levels, as a conduit for stabilizing blood pressure, a natural breath freshener and more!

5. Sage

Sage is a very common addition to home herb gardens due to its value as a flavoring agent and easy care. But many do not realize that it also helps relieve cuts, inflammation, memory issues and other health problems in need of addressing.

6. Rosemary

One of the most flavorful herbs available – especially when it comes to poultry! – rosemary also serves the added benefit of infusing a diet with the antioxidants needed to keep the body free of harmful compounds.

7. Thyme

Home herb gardeners looking for a natural disinfectant, digestive aid or infection cure would do well to plant a bit of thyme.

8. Coriander/Cilantro

For those who do not taste soap when they nosh on a sprig of cilantro, the fresh, slightly peppery taste enjoy the myriad benefits it provides against oxidants, stomach upsets, cholesterol and other health issues.

9. Fennel

Many parts of the lovely, licorice-tinged fennel plant – the seeds in particular – find their way into herbal remedies as a breath freshener, natural pesticide and defense against upset stomachs.

10. Chamomile

Head Automatica was a little bit right when they promoted “chamomile for nerves of steel.” This popular flower frequently finds itself playing a starring role in herbal teas to stimulate muscle relaxation, quell depression and anxiety and promote sleep – all of which a body needs to remain alert and operating at peak performance.

11. Jasmine

Jasmine mainly comes accompanied by the always valuable green tea, making it a nice way for home gardeners to add a touch of delicate flavor to their antioxidant intake. Many also claim that it greatly benefits ocular and dermatological health and well-being, too!

12. Lavender

Gentle lavender boasts a sweet, soothing scent perfect for inspiring relaxation and promoting healthy sleep patterns – so much so that many herbalists recommend it as a natural treatment for headaches and migraines.

13. Catnip

Grown primarily as a stimulant for feline friends to go entertainingly insane, but humans can take advantage of the plant’s minty goodness as a relaxing agent, diuretic and laxative to enjoy while watching their cats absolutely lose it.

14. Chives

The perfect partner for tangy sour cream, this member of the garlic family reduces inflammation, prevents cancer, repels insects and serves as an excellent source of beta carotene and Vitamin C as well – among many, many other amazing benefits.

15. St. John’s Wort

Moderate amounts of St. John’s Wort are believed to alleviate – though not cure – depression and anxiety. Many also use it in order to combat muscle pain as well. However, anyone considering growing the plant may want to discuss doing so with a medical professional beforehand, as ingesting too much of the stuff can cause a few health problems.

16. Garlic

For a simple, cheap, healthy and extremely flavorful way to prevent cancer and swab out dangerous free radicals in one fell (if stinky) swoop, bite down on this beloved bulb.

17. Onion

In spite of their odiferous reputations, onions actually have much to offer the human body. This anti-inflammatory anti-bacterial benefits the cardiovascular, skeletal, and digestive systems while simultaneously working to prevent cancer.

18. Bay Laurel

Teas brewed from bay laurel leaves have been known to help those suffering from dandruff slough off their itchy white flakes and stave off the pain caused by arthritis and other inflammatory conditions.

19. Kava

Kava roots have been used extensively throughout the Pacific for its tranquilizing properties that come without a crash or a hangover, though it is illegal in Canada and France. But even beyond the anesthetics, kava serves as a go-to source for maladies as diverse as migraines and gonorrhea.

20. Dandelions

Individuals who embrace this commonly (and wrongly!) perceived weed will be treated to a natural diuretic and laxative that helps promote healthy liver and kidney functions. Just be sure not to eat any wild ones, as they may have come in contact with harmful pesticides and herbicides.

21. Arrowroot

A natural antiseptic, cookies crafted with arrowroot flour are a common treat for young children in order to keep their digestion and waste elimination regular.

22. Ginger

One of the cornerstones of Chinese herbal medicine, tangy ginger serves as a natural relief for nausea, menstrual, heartburn and migraine pain in addition to potentially killing off ovarian cancer cells.

23. Ginseng

Energy drink manufacturers plop ginseng into their cloyingly sugary wares to boost mental and physical functionality, though different varieties do boast different features.

24. Green Tea

Tiny tea bushes are legal plants that provide home gardeners with a steady source of antioxidants and a means of lowering their risk of heart disease. Toss in other herbs and spices for rich flavoring that quells monotony.

25. Peppermint

As with many of the other members of its family, peppermint is particularly notable for its ability to promote proper digestion and agreeable breath. However, many do not realize that it also stands as a nice source of Vitamin B, calcium and potassium as well.

26. Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass is a terrifically easy plant to grow, so with minimal effort home gardeners may enjoy improved blood flow, antioxidants and hundreds of nutrients whenever they so desire.

27. Safflower

Oil produced from the safflower plant lowers one’s risk of contracting diabetes later in life by encouraging weight loss, and on top of that it also contains anti-inflammatory properties.

28. Salvia

One must be careful of which variety of salvia ends up in a garden, as the hallucinogenic features possessed by a few species elicit a bit of legal turmoil. The non-controversial plants – many of which are common types of sage – have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries in order to promote healthy hearts and livers.

29. Peony

As with many of the ingredients for herbal and natural remedies featured on this list, teas can be fashioned from the roots, leaves and flowers of peonies for a natural means of curbing menstruation pains and finding some degree of physical relief from terminal illness.

30. Shiitake

Though not technically an herb from a botanical standpoint, dried shiitake mushrooms have earned a well-respected place amongst natural medicine enthusiasts for bombing the body with numerous vitamins, nutrients and minerals that fortify it against heart disease and infection.

31. Indian Winter Cherry

Different parts of the Indian Winter Cherry get used in different alternative treatments, appreciated for its numerous benefits to memory, arthritis, dermatology and other facets of health and wellness.

32. Stevia

Grow the pretty little stevia plant for quick access to one of nature’s own sweeteners with no pesky calories to get in the way of a fun, healthy time.

33. Yerba Maté

This nifty shrub is used to brew a smoky tea in Latin America, beloved for the flavor and possession of over 24 necessary vitamins and minerals that the body needs to function properly.

34. Goji Berries/Wolfberries

Wolfberries, known more by their market name of goji berries, have become quite a trendy little ingredient lately. They have earned the accolades, though, possessing the antioxidants needed to fight cancer, heart disease and complications from aging.

35. Licorice

Popping an antiviral licorice plant into an herb garden rewards the resourceful green thumb with an impressive plethora of benefits – including antioxidants, antifungals, the slowing of HIV/AIDS, ulcer relief, skin care and many more.

36. Camphor Laurel

As the most pungent ingredient in Tiger Balm, the camphor laurel is a great plant for encouraging the muscles to relax. Beyond that, though, it also stimulates proper circulation, respiration and metabolism.

37. Boldo

South Americans with an appreciation for herbal, natural remedies appreciate the boldo plant for its digestive properties and nurturing of gall bladder health.

38. Rhubarb

Anyone growing rhubarb should always remove the leaves entirely before consumption, as they are toxic to humans. The stalks, however, possess an astringency valuable to relieving constipation, cleaning the blood and keeping eyes functioning properly.

39. Cloves

They may smell like a Cure concert (which, for most people, is by no means a bad thing), but cloves certainly appeal to a general audience. This pungent partner to a smoky ham also kills off many harmful bacteria strains, staves off inflammation and relieves the pain from stomach and tooth issues.

40. Chervil

A lovely little herb, chervil may provide a bit of a bolster to human brain functioning as well as a bit of depression alleviation. Some use it to create eyewashes to relieve soreness and swelling.

41. Winter Savory

Crushed winter savory boasts a number of useful applications for the home herbologist, with diverse benefits ranging from clearing up oily skin and insect bites to relieving sore throats and colds.

42. Hyssop

Hyssop and its affiliated essential oil have plenty to offer humanity, and anyone seeking to relieve a staggering variety of painful maladies would do well to toss a plant or 2 into their gardens.

43. Witch Hazel

Anyone hoping to use herbal treatments in the fight against painful and scarring acne, varicose veins, eczema, poison ivy, hemorrhoids and more may like the idea of growing witch hazel, a natural astringent, to help them out.

44. Aloe Vera

Everyone associates aloe vera with burn and skin disorder relief, rarely realizing its detoxifying potential when taken orally. In juice form, the plant encourages healthy digestion, facilitates weight loss and keeps circulation flowing smoothly.

45. Rooibos

Also known as red tea, rooibos provides consumers with antioxidants, relief from diseases as diverse as HIV/AIDS and compromised respiratory systems, a way to possibly slow aging and more when brewed.

46. Asarum

Frequently travelling under the moniker of “wild ginger,” asarum promotes improved circulation in addition to many of the other benefits offered by the fellow plant with which it shares a name.

47. Rue

Pregnant women must avoid rue, as it triggers a natural abortion. Everyone else, though, may appreciate it when they need a stimulant, an antiseptic or a conduit for relieving gas and worms.

48. Dang Gui

Traditional Chinese medicine considers Dang Gui one of its main components, using it in the treatment of PMS and other menstrual problems. However, it also assists everyone with circulation, pain relief and the alleviation of swelling.

49. Pennyroyal

Because pennyroyal is toxic under certain circumstances, extreme care must be taken when incorporating it into an alternative medicine regimen. Teas brewed from the plant allegedly relieve the pain from multiple diseases, including cancer and indigestion.

50. Reishi

Another mushroom wielded by practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine, the reishi variety garners praise for its assistance in alleviating liver diseases and cardiovascular difficulties.

51. Watercress

Herb gardeners with access to a small pond may want to beautify their natural spaces with watercress, which can be harvested to imbue a diet with insane amounts of the vitamins and minerals necessary to keep a body happy and healthy.

52. Wintergreen

This small evergreen shrub boasts numerous healthful properties and can be served up in a number of different ways. Depending on a patient’s needs, the various ways wintergreen gets cooked up can relieve pain in a manner similar to aspirin or soothe indigestion – among other positives.

53. Bupleurum

Bupleurum may contain some excellent, healthful facets, but it is best known as an alternative remedy to treating various liver ailments.

54. Tarragon

Known mainly as a fragrant and tasty kitchen herb, many brew tarragon into a tea to take advantage of its antioxidants, generous punch of vitamins and minerals and support of liver and stomach functions.

55. Nettle

Some alternative medicine aficionados use nettle tea to alleviate headaches, prevent allergies, relieve the symptoms of PMS and many, many other benefits – including improved heart health.

56. Lemongrass

Fans of herbal remedies looking for antioxidants such as beta carotene or a defense against cancer and eye inflammation should check into whether or not their area is conducive to growing flavorful lemongrass stalks.

57. Hibiscus

These beautiful, exotic flower has much more to give than a pretty pastel face. Cancer prevention, for one, and improved blood circulation for another.

58. Marjoram

Grow marjoram for more than culinary reasons, as it also holds the potential to lessen inflammations and encourage healthy appetite and digestion – and more!

59. Astragalus

Another herb valued by anyone practicing traditional Chinese medicine, the astragalus earns its keep by encouraging the immune system to keep fighting against numerous nasties out to do a body harm.

60. Garden Cress

The cardiovascular and respiratory systems and digestive tract all love garden cress, which also carries with it a slew of necessary vitamins and minerals.

61. Oregano

A beloved accompaniment to lush Mediterranean food, oregano imbues meals with an antibacterial antioxidant. It can also help keep skin feeling happy and healthy by alleviating any itching, pain, swelling and inflammation when applied alongside olive oil.

62. Myrrh

Resin crafted from the myrrh tree – definitely difficult to grow in many regions – nurtures the production of “good cholesterol” and helps combat the negative effects of the bad.

63. Bindweed

Better known as the morning glory, bindweed galvanizes bile when taken internally and eases abscesses and bleeding when applied externally.

64. Kaffir Lime

The leaves of kaffir lime reinforces dental hygiene and can serve as a natural cleanser for improved hair and skin health – not to mention all the scurvy-fighting goodness of the limes themselves!

65. Turmeric

Fragrant and richly colored, turmeric has always been valued as an anti-inflammatory. Though as of late, it has also earned praise for many of its other eclectic uses as well.

66. Magnolia

The magnolia is such a pretty flower that few realize the medicinal potential that lay beyond its ivory petals. When used properly, it may actually serve as a great stress reliever that discourages anxiety-related weight gain.

67. Coptis Chinensis

Chinese herbalists frequently use the root of a Coptis Chinensis plant in the treatment of maladies as diverse as insomnia and acne, though many of its benefits tend to involve digestive or cramping issues.

68. Celandine

Home herb gardeners in search of detoxifying agents and the stimulation of various organs may want to plant a celandine or 2 in their yards.

69. Milfoil

Alternately known as yarrow, milfoil primarily works as an anti-inflammatory that also staves off the symptoms of aging and regulates blood pressure and metabolism as well.

70. Calendula

Brewing a tea of calendula flowers bolsters the body with an excellent number of vitamins and minerals, and creating a poultice of the stuff can help to bring down inflammation.

71. Sea Buckthorn

Rich in vitamins and other integral nutrients, the sea buckthorn has plenty to offer in terms of keeping skin healthy and free of redness, pain, itchiness and swelling.

72. Meadowsweet

Herbalists praise the meadowsweet plant for its aspirin-like properties, using it in the exact same ways as mainstream physicians use the little white pills.

73. Rose

Already a popular addition to many gardens around the world, many do not realize that these aesthetic flowers also play host to a treasure trove of health benefits! Given their ability to ease inflammation in the joints, they are certainly of great use to anyone suffering from arthritis and similar afflictions.

74. Perilla

Most “Westerners” recognize perilla as the leaf uses to beautify plates of sushi, but noshing on these plants can serve as an anti-inflammatory that also helps keep allergies in check.

75. Chrysanthemum

This natural antioxidant swirls with vitamins and minerals, and Chinese herbalists frequently fashion a tea out of the flowers in order to improve upon a patient’s sense of sight and hearing.

76. Flax

Flax seeds and juice both encourage healthy digestion and regular waste expulsion with its hefty amount of fiber – not to mention how the plant also reduces the risk of cancer and heart disease as well!

77. Feverfew

As with many other plants utilized in herbal remedies, feverfew finds itself called upon in order to lessen the torment of inflammation and other skin ailments.

78. Milk Thistle

For a natural combatant against acne, liver problems and digestive upsets, plant a few milk thistles in an herb garden for quick and easy cultivation.

79. Pawpaw

Grow a pawpaw tree in a climate that meets its needs. It not only provides a sweet source of vitamins and minerals, but also chases away pests that eat away at other valuable plants or spread nasty diseases as well. Among other assets, of course.

80. Cumin

Tiny little cumin seeds pack a massive punch of necessary nutrients that perform a plethora of functions meant to keep a body running smoothly and efficiently.

Though not every plant or fungus on this list qualifies as an herb from a botanical perspective, practitioners of traditional medicine seem to lump them together under this banner. All of them may legally be grown in most areas, though whether or not the overall climate is conducive to their growth varies from region to region. After discussing the pros and cons of each herb, consider planting a garden that serves as a quick pharmaceutical bounty for basic health and wellness needs.

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