TOP 100 BEST HEALING MEDICINAL HERBS PART 2



51. Boswellia Boswellia is a well-known herb in India. It is used for treating joint pains, fevers, diabetes, and rheumatism. 52. Mullein The leaves of this plant are used for treating sore throat and cough.
53. St John's Wort When mixed with black cohosh, St. Johns wort can help women having PMS and those in their menopause period reduce the accompanying symptoms. 54. Thyme This common kitchen ingredient has antispasmodic and antimicrobial properties that help in treating colds and coughs.
55. Lemon Balm Lemon Balm can be used for treating flatulence, as a remedy for anxiety and its symptoms, and for improving memory. 56. Oregano Coined from two Greek words, Oros meaning mountains, and Ganos for joy; oregano is used as an antiseptic, for treating coughs, and for indigestion.
57. Neem This age-old herb is a natural detoxifier and anti-diabetic plant. It is also used for treating skin diseases like scabies and eczema. 58. Gotu Kola Just like horse chestnut, Gotu kola is used as a remedy for varicose veins. The leaves and stems of this plant are also effective in treating colds and respiratory infections.
59. Boneset Boneset is effective in the treatment of influenzas and the symptoms. In the past, it was used as a laxative and anti-malarial medicine. 60. Rhodiola Popular in Russia, Rhodiola roots are used for boosting physical strength and as an anti-depressant. In addition, Rhodiola is an adaptogen and, hence, helps the body to cope with stress.
61. Suma Suma is popular in South Americ where it is also known as Brazilian ginseng. Since it is a type of ginseng, it is also an adaptogen and is used as a stress reliever. 62. Borage Borage oil is a good source of a linoleic acid GLA which is a good immune booster.
63. Saw Palmetto Saw palmetto is commonly used by men for treating hair loss and a disease of the prostate gland called BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia). 64. Maitake The Japanese and Chinese people use this mushroom for the treatment of cancer.
65. Lycium Fruit The fruit of the Lycium tree is rich in essential body nutrients that it is used as food. The fruit also contains high levels of antioxidants. 66. FoTi FoTi is a traditional Chinese herb used for treating bone and joint pains.
67. Anise The seeds of this plant are used in making the tea used as a remedy for constipation and flatulence. 68. Bacopa Bacopa is an Asian herb that has been used in India for treating brain problems. Today, it finds use in the treatment of anxiety, bronchitis, and allergies.
69. Astralagus Astralagus is commonly used in China for enhancing energy and treating health problems such as high blood pressure and diarrhea. 70. Bee Balm The leaves of the bee balm tree are used for making tea for fever and indigestion treatment. Moreover, the oil extract of the plant has antibacterial substances that make it a major component in mouthwash.
71. Schizandra Schizandra fruit is used for treating stress. Aside from this, the fruits are also rich in nutritious minerals that provide energy. 72. Dong Quai The Dong Quai (Angelica Sinensis) is a popular herb with Chinese women. It is used in treating the symptoms of PMS and menopause.
73. Garden angelica This is also a popular womens herb. Just like the Dong Quai, this herb is used as a remedy for PMS. 74. Amla Amla fruit is a rich source of Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and fiber. This makes it a good remedy for constipation and swellings.
75. Bilberry Bilberry contains anthocyanosides which are strong antioxidants. The leaves of this plant are used for the prevention of night blindness, in the treatment of diarrhea, and for stopping abdominal cramps. 76. Black Cherry The bark of the black cherry tree contains antispasmodic chemicals which are helpful in the treatment of coughs.
77. Shilajit The resin of this herb is known to be rich in vitamins and minerals for a healthy life. 78. Plantain Plantain leaves are highly effective for treating acne and sunburn. The leaves also contain chemical substances that help in the healing of wounds.
79. Chickweed A common herb, chickweed is a good remedy for skin problems like eczema and rashes. 80. Butterbur Butterbur is a natural remedy for migraines as well as good for its antispasmodic properties.
81. Tarragon Tarragon is rich in minerals and vitamins that make it a health herb for consumption. It is used to prevent health diseases. 82. Trikatu Trikatu Churna is used for treating nausea and stomach congestion. Its anti-inflammatory property also makes good for treating swellings.
83. Rhubarb The most common use of rhubarb is as a laxative. Other uses include for the treatment of diarrhea, and heartburn. 84. Rosemary Uses of rosemary include treatment of toothaches, eczema, myalgia, as well as for promoting menstrual flow in women.
85. Polygala tenuifolia Polygala has nootropic properties that are beneficial for brain functioning. This herb helps in improving memory and cognitive ability in older people. 86. Rehmannia Rehmannia finds usage in the treatment of diabetes, anemia, allergies, and osteoporosis.
87. Parsley Parsley leaves are rich in flavonoids a type of antioxidants which help in combating cancer, stroke, and heart disease. 88. Pomegranate Pomegranate contains a lot of antioxidants and vitamins. It is used in treating heart diseases and digestion problems.
89. Passionflower This plant is popular for its use in treating anxiety and its symptoms. It is also used by some people as a remedy for hemorrhoids and inflammations. 90. Saffron Saffron is used as an expectorant for the treatment of coughs and whooping cough.
91. Juniper Juniper is a common herbal remedy for joint pains as well as for treating snakebite, urinary tract infections, and gallbladder stones. 92. Motherwort Motherwort is used as a diuretic for treating urinary problems. It is also used for the treatment of hyperthyroidism.
93. Lomatium Lomatium root is used for treating flu and for boosting the immune system against infections. 94. Nutmeg When consumed moderately, nutmeg can be used for treating insomnia due to its calming effect.
95. Papaya Papayas are rich in fiber and water which make them good for relieving constipation. 96. Kola nut Kola nut is an African herb used as a flavoring for drinks. The nut contains caffeine which can help with digestion problems.
97. Osha The root of the osha plant is used for treating flu and the symptoms such as cold, cough and sore throat. 98. Mastic This herb is known for its use in treating GI problems like stomach ulcer, and for promoting blood flow.
99. Spearmint Spearmint is used by most people for treating indigestion, body aches, cramps, and for treating hirsutism in women. 100. Witch hazel The leaves, stems, and bark of this ornamental plant can be used for treating cancer tumors, and inflammation.





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