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Make Your Own Medicinal Plants With Herbs 

Grow Your Own Medicinal Plants With Herbs 

Since the beginning of time, plants have been used to remedy several ailments. Medicinal plants can be grown at home with the propagation of common kitchen herbs. Many herbs are not only valuable in seasoning, but possess several nutrients and components with an abundance of healing and curative properties. 

 


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Common Kitchen Herbs and Their Healing Properties 

Rosemary: An easy to grow perennial that is used to flavor meats and soups. The rosemary plant can remedy arthritis and sore muscles when used in topical applications or in bath salts. It has a stimulating effect on the metabolism and can aide in clearing bronchial and sinus afflictions.

Thyme: Another favored herb for seasoning which also possesses amazing curative powers. It is friendly to the lungs and works in clearing congestion, acting as an expectorant when taken internally as a tea or infusion. It can also aide in supporting the thyroid gland.

Lavender: A cool and calming herb that is used in several dessert recipes to add flowery notes to many confections. As a topical medicine, lavender can calm itchy skin. It can also reduce blistering when burned, if applied immediately. A wonderful stress reducer, lavender can be diffused into the air to invoke sleep in those with insomnia.

Sage: Often used to season pork, sage has many curative properties. One of the best uses for sage is as an antibacterial. When you are inflicted with the flu, sage can be used as a spray to remove all the germs in your house. Sage is also a wonderful hair tonic that restores shine and color to your hair, soothes the scalp, and battles itchiness and dandruff.

Medicinal plants, such as the common herbs listed above, are very easy to grow and require little maintenance. They can be grown in decorative pots, window boxes, outside as decorative additions to your landscape or in the garden.

Herbs for Medicinal Uses

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Many self- grown herbs are used for medicinal purposes. Echanacea and golden seal are two such herbs. Both herbs are easy to grown and are said to help boost the immune system among other healing qualities. Herbs are usually made in to teas and are ingested in a liquid form. Compared to modern medicine, medicinal herbs are very inexpensive to purchase. These herb can be purchased here.

How to grow echanacea
Herbs are fairly easy to grow. Echanacea is a fast growing plant. They grow in partial sunlight to full sun. The plants should be spaced about 24 inches apart. They prefer soil that is neutrally balanced and well-drained. They are drought tolerant. They enjoy their space, so weeds need to be kept under control. Their beautiful purple flowers bloom in June and last until mid-fall. 

How to grow golden seal
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Golden seal plants prefer the shady part of the garden. They should be planted about 6 to 8 inches apart. The soil needs to be well-drained and nutrient rich. This plant, however, is a slow grower. Flowers will not make a showing for about two years after planting. It is recommended that harvesting of roots does not take place for at least three years after planting. Once the roots are harvest, they can be kept for a few years. This herb in considered an endangered species in many areas due to its popularity not matching its growth rate. However, it can be found talk about buying it online at http://www.tnnursery.net/golden-seal/ for .69 cents.

How to make herbal teas
The process on how to make herbal teas is a fairly simple one. It is as simple as boiling water and adding the herbs. Herbs usually steep in the water for 3 to 5 minutes depending on the desired taste. One thing to remember is if using fresh herbs the amount needed will be double that of using dry herbs. Herbal tea can be drunk cold and or hot. Herbal teas need to be refrigerated, and can also be frozen. 
 

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Uses for herbal tea

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There are many medicinal uses for herbal tea. They are known to provide a sense of balance to one’s system. They are known to provide cold and flu relief. Headache cures and resolving stomach issues are also popular uses of the herbal teas. In order to use herbal teas for these kind of aliments, it is recommended that the tea be drank is small portions several times during the day.