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Before we get to the recipes, keep in mind that before you use any kind of medicinal plants, you must be sure that the plant you are using is recommended for your specific situation and also seek medical orientation from a qualified health professional.
Watch the video to learn about 5 plants with healing properties that can help you in simple and quick treatments.
Rich in calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, sodium, and minerals, rosemary is digestive and sudorific. It alleviates the symptoms of poor digestion and flatulence and contributes to detox the liver.
Comfrey is a plant with anti-inflammatory, analgesic, astringent, and antirheumatic actions. It helps detox and revitalize the bones and joints in generals. The plant is also good to heal wounds, reduce inflammations, fight sprains, treat arthritis and arthrosis, reduce the inflammation of contusions, and aids in the healing of fractures.
Coneflower, also known as echinacea, is known as a natural antibiotic with anti-inflammatory and antiallergic actions. It acts against mosquito bites, eczema, inflammations, psoriasis, skin infections, and in the healing of wounds.
One of the main benefits of lavender is its soothing property that helps reduce the symptoms of stress and anxiety. Its essential oil can be rubbed over the skin to alleviate sunburns and mosquito bites.
Broad-leaved plantain is a herb with calming, antibacterial, antihistaminic, detox, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and healing properties. Its leaves contain mucilage, a substance that helps fight constipation and bloated sensation.
If you have any of these issues and need relief, use these medicinal plants, and then share your experience with us.
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