10 BEST HERBS WITH OUTSTANDING HEALING EFFECTS

These are the best herbs that you can use as an alternative for pharmaceutical medications which can cause side effects:

1. Catnip

You can make a tea out of this herb and this tea is a great remedy for those with upset stomach and those who experiences tension and anxiety.

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2. Cranberry


Drinking cranberry juice is good at aiding bladder infection and those with chronic prostatitis. You may drink a half or three-fourths of cranberry juice every day.

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3. Garlic

Garlic has potent antimicrobial properties which helps in aiding sinus congestion and colds. It is a common ingredient in foods but additional consumption of garlic is better.

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4. Ginger

This is an effective remedy for nausea and vomiting, flu, and upset stomach. Drink a ginger tea when you have these conditions.

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5. Sage

Sage is known to treat excessive sweating in Germany. It is also a remedy for colds, cough and sore throat. You can make this remedy by just adding a teaspoon of sage into a glass of warm water.

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6. Thyme

Thyme possesses antimicrobial and antispasmodic properties which is effective in combating cough, cold, and nasal congestion. Just add a tablespoon of dried or fresh leaves of thyme into a cup of boiling water to make this natural remedy.

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7. Turmeric

The curcumin compound in turmeric can fight inflammation and arthritis. Make some turmeric tea just like thyme.

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8. Cinnamon

Cinnamon is very helpful for those who suffer from high cholesterol levels and diabetes. Add this to your dishes.

9. Aloe Vera

You may cut some aloe vera leaf and apply the aloe gel into a minor burns or cuts. This is also good in treating eczema.

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10. Chamomile

You can drink this when you feel anxious or to make you sleep better. You can make a tea out of chamomile flower, dried or fresh.

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