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The Most Useful Herbs

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Nadia Galinova
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Nadia Galinova

Herbs are the most wonderful gift given to us by nature. They are a proven method for achieving and maintaining good health, as they contain all the vitamins and minerals that help keep the body in good condition. Here are the most useful ones of them:

Dill – in addition to being a perfect spice for many dishes, dill stimulates the production of antioxidants. They help to neutralize free radicals in the body, which otherwise accumulate and lead to diseases. It is also good for improving the gastric functions and intestinal peristalsis.

Useful herbs

Thyme – the main ingredient of this herb is thymol. It is considered the main counterbalance to cancer formations and is used to treat such as mouth cancer for example. Apart from this, thyme is also used to treat flu conditions by strengthening the body as a whole and fighting bacteria.

Turmeric – also quite a well-known spice, turmeric is also a herb with recognized anti-cancer properties. For this purpose, take about half a teaspoon per day.

Basil – a major destroyer of cancer cells. Even when they have already formed, it limits their growth.

Parsley – when we have started listing the spices – herbs, we cannot skip parsley. It, like its fellows, protects against the formation of tumors, but apart from that, it brings a number of vitamins and minerals into the body. Contains iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorus and zinc. Their compounds have an unique health effect on the body.

Tribulus - this herb stimulates the release of luteinizing hormone, which increases the release of testosterone in men and prolongs erection and in women - of estrogen and affects libido. It is often used to treat infertility and sexual problems. It is useful for inflammation of the genital organs. It has proven beneficial effects in the treatment of migraine and bronchitis.

Linden tea

Linden – linden is a tree whose leaves and flowers are recognized alongside the herbs growing low on the ground. Linden tea is used for acute respiratory problems and other temperature conditions. It has a diuretic property and is suitable for diseases of the urinary tract.

Infusion and linden decoction can be used for gargling, for diseases of the oral cavity and throat. The decoction itself is suitable for external application for burns, skin rashes, joint pains, even inflamed hemorrhoids.

These are just a small part of the huge herb family. Herbs are useful, we just need to know how to use them.