Medicinal herb gardens are centuries old

Mother Earth has provided you with an abundance of natural remedies to maintain your health and treat many common ailments.  When you start growing your own medicinal herb garden, the benefits will be endless.

  • Ginger – Digestion
  • Tumeric – Digestion and inflammation
  • Comfrey – broken bones, ligament injury arthritic pain, varicose vein ulcers
  • Aloe vera – Skin and digestion
  • Echinacea – Boos Immune System
  • Fennel – Digestion and fluid retention
  • Peppermint – Vomiting and headaches
  • Thyme – Antiseptic, respiratory infections
  • Rosemary – Mental clarity
  • Chamomile – Sleep, calming
  • Sage – Improve appetite
  • Lavender – Headache and depression
  • Oregano – Virus
  • Calendula – Sooth skin
  • Motherwort – menstrual cramps, muscle sprains, hormonal irritability, hot flushes
  • Spilanthes – Toothache
  • Brahmi – Memory and brain power
  • Feverfew – pain relief
  • Valerian Insomnia
  • Gotu Kola – Longevity

Use all your senses

Your intuition can be your best friend in the garden, if you smell or taste something that you begin to crave, it could be that your body needs either a nutrient or something medicinal from that herb.  Once you start to pay attention to what your body is telling you, you will intuitively know which fresh herbs to pick from your medicinal herb garden to brew in a tea, cook with or prepare for use on your skin.

Where can you start?

Pick up a herb book or take a natural first aid class in your local area and you’ll be surprised at what you can grow in your very own garden for the health of you and your family.  We recommend herb books from Herbs are Special, who have put together their wealth of knowledge in several books that you can take advantage of when you start Growing your own medicinal herb garden.

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