In order to get a remedy for any disease or illness, to ensure new healthy feeling by just because of some basic plants, these type of plants have been very as important as appealing to us since ancient times. Here you can find out the all healthy and advantageous plants.

1. Aloe Vera (All in one)

As an allrounder, Aloe Vera develops only under the sun with well drained dry or moist soil. Although the plant tastes like unusual, it’s still good. The essence from aloe vera is remarkably beneficial to speed up the healing and to decrease the risk of infections.
– Moisturizer and anti-irritant
– Reduces Acne And Helps Lighten Blemishes
– Helps With Sunburns
– Reduces Stretch Marks
– Promotes Hair Growth
– Reduces Dandruff
– Maintains pH Balance Of The Scalp – Reduces Cholesterol And Regulates Blood Sugar
– Lowers The Risk Of Cancer   – Helps In Treating Hemorrhoids   – Wounds & Cuts   – Burns   – Eczema   – Reducing swelling
Aside from its outside use on the skin, aloe vera is also taken internally for the treatment of: –
– Ulcerative colitis (drinking aloe vera juice)   – Chronic constipation   – Poor appetite   – Digestive problems

2. Marsh Mallow

Marshmallow consists of four ingredients; these include sugar, water, air, and a whipping agent (usually a protein).
The term marshmallow stems from the mallow plant (Althaea Officinalis) that is a genus of a herb essential to parts of Europe, North Africa, and Asia. The word “marsh” is used as the mallow plant produces in marshes and other humid areas. The plant itself has a plump stem, leaves, and a flower that has five white petals.
The root is taken internally to treat:
-Infections and soreness of the urinary and respiratory slime membranes
– Gastritis   – Peptic ulceration – Counter excess stomach acid
Externally, the root is applied to:
– Bruises   – Sprains   – Aching muscles   – Insect bites   – Skin inflammations   – Splinters
The leaves are very nutritious, unlike the aloe vera. These can be combined with salads, boiled, or fried. It is acknowledged to help out in the area of cystitis and frequent urination.

3) Great Burdock (Arctium lappa)

It needs wet soil and can grow shadeless. The exceptional burdock is the pretty famous in the area of detoxification in both Chinese and Western herbal medicine. The root is practiced to treat ‘toxic overload’ that appear in throat infections and skin diseases like:
– Boils   – Rashes   – Burns
– Bruises   – Herpes   – Eczema
– Acne   – Impetigo  – Ringworm
– Bites
The petals and seeds can be crushed to cure it to wounds, burns, ulcers and sores.

4) Pot Marigold

It develops in nearly any type of soil condition. It has no problem with nutritionally deficient, highly acidic or extremely alkaline soils, just as long as it’s moistened. Well recognized as a remedy for skin problems, the deep-orange flowered pot marigold species is applied externally to:
– Bites   – Stings   – Sprains
Wounds   – Sore eyes   – Varicose veins
Internally it is utilized to heal fevers and chronic infections.
The tea of the petals tones up circulation and, taken frequently, helps varicose veins. Applying the squashed stems of the pot marigold to corns and warts will soon have them effortlessly removable.

5) Camomile

Conventional uses of chamomile preparations include treating hay fever, inflammation, muscle spasms, menstrual disorders, insomnia, ulcers, gastrointestinal disorders, and hemorrhoids. Camomile tea is further used to treat skin conditions such as eczema, chickenpox, and psoriasis.
With a delightful, fresh, fruity and herbaceous fragrance, has long been utilized medicinally as a cure for problems concerning the digestive system. It has a calming and alleviates impact in the field of aromatherapy, used to settle stress and aid to sleep. The complete herb is used to treat common aches like a toothache, earache, shoulder pain and neuralgia.

6) Stinging Nettle

Eternal known as a nutritious supplement to the diet and as a herbal remedy, the stinging nettle leaves have been traditionally used to:
– Cleanse the blood   – Treat hay fever   – Arthritis and anemia   – Excessive menstruation   – Hemorrhoids   – Rheumatism – Skin problems like eczema   – Nettle rash   – Chicken pox   – Bruises   – Burns

7) Feverfew

Tea produced from the whole plant is wielded in the treatment of arthritis, colds, fevers, etc. It is supposed to be tranquilizing and to control menses. A mixture is applied to bathe swollen feet.Externally used as a tincture and the plant is used in the treatment of bruises. Chewing 1-4 leaves a day has proven to be useful in the treatment of some migraine headaches.

8) Ginseng

One of the most extremely rated medicines in the Orient, the ginseng is reputable in its ability to encourage health, overall body vigor and prolong life. The roots are used to:
– Stimulate and relax the nervous system
– Stimulate secretion of hormones
– Improve stamina
– Lower blood sugar levels
– Lower cholesterol levels
– Increase resistance to disease
– Treat debility associated with old age – Boost lack of appetite – Handle insomnia

9) Peppermint

Peppermint is sometimes deemed as ‘the world’s oldest medicine,’ with archaeological testimony conquering its use at least as far behind as ten thousand years past. It is naturally high in manganese, vitamin A and vitamin C. Squeezed leaves rubbed on the skin help soothe and relax the muscles. Infused peppermint leaves are used to:
– Reduce irritable bower syndrome
– Against upset stomachs – Inhibit bacterial growth – Treat fevers – Flatulence – Spastic colon.

10) Lemon Balm

The plant is known lemon balm as of the minty lemon fragrance of the leaves. Flowers which appear during the summer, are full of nectar.  The crushed leaves, when smeared on the skin, are used as:
– Mosquito repellent   – Herpes   – Sores   – Gout   – Insect bites
Infusion of the leaves with water are perceived to treat:
– Colds   – Fevers   – Indigestion due to nervous tension
– Digestive upsets in children   – Hyperthyroidism   – Depression   – Mild insomnia   – Headaches

11) Echinacea

One of the world’s most prominent medicinal herbs, the Echinacea can increase the body’s immunity to bacterial and viral infections by spurring the immune system. Also has antibiotic properties that help relieve allergies. The roots are advantageous in the treatment of sores, wounds, and burns. It was also formerly used by the Native Americans as an application for insect bites, stings, and snakebites. The Echinacea grows in any well-drained soil, as long as it gets sunlight.

 12) Fenugreek

Fenugreek seeds are nourishing and taken to:
– Encourage weight gain (take note, anorexics)
– Inhibit cancer of the liver
– Lower blood cholesterol levels
– Cure inflammation and ulcers of the stomach and intestines
– Drain off sweat ducts   – For bodybuilding
– For late onset diabetes   – Poor digestion
– Insufficient lactation   – Painful menstruation
– Labor pains   – Freshen bad breath
– Restore a dull sense of taste

13) Agnus Castus

Advantageous to the female hormonal system, the agnus castus seeds and fruits are utilized to rectify hormonal imbalances induced by an excess of estrogen and an insufficiency of progesterone. It acts upon the pituitary gland, diminishing the production of certain hormones and increasing the production of others, shifting the balance for the gestagens, hormones that ‘secure’ pregnancy. Thus it has a wide application of uses in malfunctions of the feminine reproductive system and has been used with a large effect in:
– Restoring absent menstruation
– Regulating heavy periods
– Restoring fertility caused by hormonal imbalance
– Relieving premenstrual tension
– Easing the transition of menopause