Herbs refer to the leafy green parts of a plant (either fresh or dried) and they help a lot in improving the overall health of the body. They help in healing wounds faster, make up for nutritional supplements and also deliver a host of benefits. Herbs strengthen the immune system, lower blood sugar, cholesterol, have anti-inflammatory properties, and prevent Alzheimer’s diseases and various types of cancer.
Herbs eliminate the nutritional deficiencies in your body and thus restore the correct function of the body. Herbs rectify problems rather than suppress them. It is also said that herbs nourish every part of the body with their vitamin and mineral content.
Rosemary is a boon to the immune system, helping to keep it healthy and functioning properly. Rosemary can also help to improve the circulation of the body, which can help with heart health and the cardiovascular system in general, as well as improving brain function by getting more blood to the brain which requires a good flow of blood to carry on its advanced functions.
Basil is loaded with benefits like shoring up your DNA, calming inflammation, and boosting your cardiovascular health.
The most-researched benefit Ginseng provides is its ability to bolster the immune system. Ginseng may even be able to help you keep your mental focus and improve your concentration, as well as simply helping you to feel better.
Thyme contains some very impressive antioxidant, and it can provide the same sort of benefits as those foods high in antioxidants, like fruits and vegetables. It can help with everything from cancer prevention to heart disease, and adding more thyme to your diet can help protect the cells of your body from damage from free radicals. Thyme also has anti-microbial properties, which helps to keep the body free of bacteria and harmful fungi that can be a detriment to your overall wellbeing.
- Licorice Root
Licorice Root helps calm the body down and avoid feelings of stress and anxiety. There is also some evidence that licorice root can help in a range of areas, everything from cardiovascular health to the relief of menopausal problems.
Oregano contains an impressive amount of vitamins in it and it a good supply of antioxidants. There are also minerals, fiber, and even omega-3 in oregano, but to get the most benefit from it, it should be fresh.
- Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera contains a high level of antioxidant that helps inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria. It accelerates the healing process of wounds, effective at reducing dental plaque, aids in the recovery of mouth ulcers, has strong laxative effects, it has an anti-aging effect on the skin and it is said to enhance insulin sensitivity and help improve blood sugar management.
Cilantro has an amazing taste and helps the body rid itself of toxicity from heavy metals. It acts as an effective and natural way to cleanse the body of toxins. It’s also effective at keeping you calm, and can improve your ability to get to sleep and stay asleep.
Lavender provides a calming effect, often used in aromatherapy to relax the mind and alter your mood. It also contains phytonutrients, with a lot of healing benefits.
Parsley is a good source of antioxidants, it contains an impressive amount of both Vitamin K and Vitamin C. It help to bolster the immune system, as well as help soothe pain caused by inflammatory conditions. Parsley can also help with your heart health, providing you with B Vitamins that your cardiovascular system needs.