Masquerading as ordinary edible plants or spices, these seemingly unremarkable herbal edibles can be used as highly effective herbal home remedies, that are as near as your kitchen pantry, refrigerator or backyard garden.
Having recently gained tremendous popularity with health conscious Americans everywhere, herbal treatments or home treatment remedies refer to using all natural medicinal herbs and spices specifically for their medicinal and therapeutic value, which to many Americans today is vital for the maintenance of a naturally vibrant and healthy lifestyle.
As a well-practiced Ayurveda therapeutic specialist specializing in the use of strictly all natural and herbal treatment methods, I’ve here provided a list of several herbs that are in common use in kitchens around the world that can be used to offer relief for many or our most common aces and pains, and then some.
Herbal Home Remedies
Garlic: I bet you’re not too surprised to find garlic listed here, the many health benefits of this zesty and enlivening herb has been well documented recently in many top leading medical journals. Several recent research studies have found that garlic contains a rare compound called allicin, which is enormously helpful in minimizing incidences of mild to severe hypertension.
Onion: Abundantly used in every kitchen and in most any dish, these tangy sharp tasting herbs contain the antioxidants flavonol and quercetin, which can trigger a significant reduction in both diastolic and systolic pressures.
Cinnamon: Cinnamon has many health benefits, including decreasing blood pressure and fighting diabetes along with a host of other tremendously valuable healthy benefits.
Oregano: Oregano has the medically valuable compound carvacrol, which has been known in studies to reduce arterial pressure and stabilize heart rate.
Cardamom: Research into its natural benefits have shown that using cardamom in your dietary regimen can effectively reduce blood pressure levels without any known side effects.
Olive: Olive oil, the main oil used in the Mediterranean world, has long been known to reduce blood pressure and stabilize heart rate.
Basil: One of basil’s greatest health uses is as a healthful tea. An exceptional nightcap for restlessness or as a simple and natural headache remedy for migraines, basil tea may also provide fever relief simply by inhaling its steamy fresh aroma.
Cooled or chilled basil tea is good for most types of eye conditions and serves as an eyewash and as a healthful tea.
Cayenne: If you’re a lover of food spicy, Cayenne just may be a perfect fit for you. The healthy benefits of Cayenne are too numerous to mention here, though it highly effective at aiding digestion by stimulating saliva production thereby, speeding up metabolism.
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