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HERBS AND MEDICINE

Natural herbs can be a wonderful thing. They not just help in flavouring food along with filling the atmosphere with pleasing scents, but additionally, they carry healing qualities.

Those who may have herbal gardens , surely have some  of those herbs  already planted.


Herbal medicine has its roots in ancient civilizations such as those of the Egyptians, American Indians and Chinese. It involves the medical usage of  herbs to cure diseases and improve health and wellness .


Nowadays, involvement in natural treatment has exploded, resulting in an increased scientific involvement in the medicinal use of herbs.


A number of world-wide experiments have demonstrated that herbs have the ability to  heal diseases and improve overall health, usually with no  side-effects.


Herbal treatment is used to deal with numerous problems, for example allergic reactions, asthma, eczema, premenstrual , rheumatoid arthritis, migraine, menopausal symptoms, chronic stress and fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome, and cancer, and many more .


Due to the fact herbal supplements could possibly interact with prescription drugs, and could worsen a number of medical conditions, make sure you talk to your doctor  before consuming any kind of herbal remedies.

Certain herbs have powerful ingredients and need to be handled with the exact caution and respect as prescription medicines.


Actually, a lot of prescription drugs are using the synthesised variations of natural ingredients found in plants. For example, the heart drug digitalis was produced from the herb foxglove.