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7 Natural Herbal Remedies That Really Work

Plant extracts from medicinal plants had been used since many years ago for treating numerous health disorders like cholesterol, cancer, diabetes and many more. The list of herbs that might help people are many and varied, and some of them overlap with foods. Commonly used plants include garlic, peppermint and ginger. These miraculous plants believed to help cure some serious sickness and can make people feel better or feel more in control of their situation.

While there were hundreds of herbs and plants used as herbal remedies, here we only talk about seven natural remedies that are easy to find but really good for your health:

  • Ginger

Ginger can prevent stomach upset from many sources, including pregnancy, motion sickness, and chemotherapy. A powerful antioxidant, ginger works by blocking the effects of serotonin, a chemical produced by both the brain and stomach when you’re nauseated, and by stopping the production of free radicals, another cause of upset in your stomach. Ginger might also decrease your blood pressure and arthritis pain, and also helps regulate blood flow. For nausea like motion sickness, ginger is best taken before symptoms start, or at least 30 minutes before departure.

  • Garlic

High consumption of garlic may lowered rates of ovarian and other cancers, and also provide cardiovascular benefits. Garlic contains more than 70 active phytochemicals, including allicin, which many studies have shown decreases high blood pressure. In addition, garlic may help prevent strokes as well by slowing arterial blockages. You’ll need up to five cloves crushed fresh garlic each day to get the best cardiovascular and cancer-fighting benefits.

  • Cilantro/Coriander

Cilantro boasts a unique flavor and often used as garnish in Mexican and Thai dishes. The seeds, known as coriander, are a prime ingredient in Indian curries. Few think of this plant as a medicinal herb, but studies show it’s a powerful digestive aid and may be capable of removing heavy metals and other toxic agents from the body. This plant is also a very good source of dietary fibre and iron, which can cure anaemia.

  • Peppermint

Spearmint and peppermint are familiar flavors in toothpaste and chewing gum. Both pack a powerfully refreshing zing, but peppermint makes stronger medicine than its more culinary cousin. Peppermint may relieve digestive discomforts like indigestion and vomiting when brewed as tea. Peppermint tea can be used as a mouthwash for babies with thrush or for pregnant women who wish to avoid stronger herbs and medications. It can also soothe sore muscles when applied topically as a liquid or lotion. Menthol, the essential oil in peppermint, is credited with the herb’s analgesic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, decongestant, and cooling effects.

  • Rosemary

Rosemary is the great reviver. This perennial woody herb stimulates energy and optimism and sharpens memory and concentration by bringing more oxygen to your brain. Rosemary can protect the brain from damage, including that caused by strokes and degeneration due to toxins and free radicals. It’s a wonderfully stimulating alternative to caffeine when you need that second wind. This plant can also beeat stress because the smell of rosemary can actually reduce cortisol levels; cortisol is known as the stress hormone.

  • Turmeric

A heaping helping of curry could relieve your pain. That’s because turmeric, a spice used in curry, contains curcumin, a powerful anti-inflammatory that can reduce the pain and swelling of arthritis. The curcumin in turmeric may delay liver damage that can eventually lead to cirrhosis and inhibits the growth of melanoma and may also impede the spread of breast cancer to the lungs. Turmeric can also prevent colon cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.

  • Cinnamon

Cinnamon is a spice, which is used in the treatment of disorders, like indigestion, colds, and cramps, since ages. The therapeutic components of cinnamon are also believed to improve energy, strength and circulation of the blood. Taking cinnamon extract daily can successfully reduce blood sugar by about 10%. Cinnamon radically reduces the uneasy feelings related with Irritable Bowel Syndrome. It enables the gastric juices to work normally by killing bacteria and curing infections in the gastrointestinal area. This wonderful plant can also be used to cure gastric cancers, tumours, and melanomas.

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