Health Benefits of Herbs

30 medicinal plants the Native Americans used on a daily basis

Chinese Traditional Medicine
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Traditional Chinese Medicine Benefits, Herbs & Therapies

By Dr. Josh Axe, DC, DMN, CNS

June 24, 2018 draxe.com
“…Herbal medicine: Used to control inflammation, fight free radical damage and boost liver function..


Common Chinese herbal medicines include astragalus root, reishi mushroom, goji berry, ginkgo biloba, ginseng and many others.

Here’s what you can expect during a Traditional Chinese Medicine herbal session: Following an exam with the herbalist, customized herbs (almost always more than one) are recommended. Sometimes herbs are used as a complement to another treatment, such as acupuncture. Chinese herbal therapy is usually not covered by insurance, but in some cases a referral from a physician can help lower the cost. Oftentimes an herbalist works closely with a physician to manage a patient’s treatment, especially if the herbal therapy can interact with the patient’s prescription medications….

Several herbal remedies that have been found to help lower oxidative stress include: (4)


Medicinal mushrooms, including reishi and cordyceps: promote stronger immunity, help fight fatigue, have anticancer properties, help balance hormones and control the body’s stress response
Monascus adlay and Monascus purpureus: used to lower lung inflammation and damage
Amla (Emblica officinalis Gaertn. of Euphorbiaceae family), aka gooseberries: lowers hepatotoxin-induced liver inflammation
Virgate wormwood decoction (Yīn Chén Hāo tāng): also used to lower liver damage
Green tea extract and its active components, catechins: help protect the brain, reduce fatigue and regulate appetite
Crataegi Fructus (Shān Zhā): helps treat symptoms of hyperactive bladder
Five Stranguries Powder (Wǔ Lén Sǎn): has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory abilities
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Others

Categories of Herbs – herbinfosite herbinfosite.com
“There are three major categories of herb plants. They are: annuals which are planted at the beginning of each growing season, perennials which are planted once and return each spring after the winter season and finally biennials which are a plant that usually requires two seasons to complete its lifecycle…”

25 Best Herbs to Grow in Your Kitchen Garden by Kenan White | | DIY Gardening, Gardening, Herbs, Indoor Gardening theherbexchange.com
“..Here are 25 fresh herbs and plants you can grow that are great to have handy in the kitchen…”

CULLINARY-KITCHEN

Cooking 101: The 15 Most Common Culinary Herbs and How to Cook With Them masterclass.com
‘..Chefs and home cooks alike use fresh and dried herbs to make both sweet and savory dishes, ranging from rich sauces to light salads and herb-laced baked goods. In addition to their culinary uses, medicinal herbs and their valuable essential oils have been relied on for their health benefits since the Middle Ages, ranging from anti-inflammatory and antiviral benefits to skin-clearing topical powers. ..”

Thyme

Amazing Benefits of Thyme for Skin, Hair and Health

10 health benefits of thyme oil leaves and tea

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•Feb 12, 2020
Shovo Ghous
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10 health benefits of thyme oil leaves and tea

Thyme is an herb from the mint family that you probably recognise from your spice set. But it’s so much more than an after-thought ingredient.

Its range of use is impressive, and it has over 400 subspecies. Ancient Egyptians used it in their embalming practices, while ancient Greeks used it as incense

Link: https://www.healthline.com/health/hea…

AROMATIC

Aromatic Herbs: The Soul Of The Kitchen! eatwell101.com

Rosemary

Wonderful Rosemary: Care Tips, Uses & What You Need To Know / Joy Us Garden

Everything you need to know about rosemary .medicalnewstoday.com
Rosemary is a fragrant evergreen herb native to the Mediterranean. It is used as a culinary condiment, to make bodily perfumes, and for its potential health benefits.
“..The herb not only tastes good in culinary dishes, such as rosemary chicken and lamb, but it is also a good source of iron, calcium, and vitamin B-6.

It is typically prepared as a whole dried herb or a dried powdered extract, while teas and liquid extracts are made from fresh or dried leaves. A range of rosemary products is available for purchase online.


The herb has been hailed since ancient times for its medicinal properties. Rosemary was traditionally used to help alleviate muscle pain, improve memory, boost the immune and circulatory system, and promote hair growth…”

Rosemary
An Overview of Potential Health Benefits
journals.lww.com
“..Rosemary and its extracts also are used as food preservatives and enhancers of sensory and functional properties. Today, research attention is focusing more closely on whether this herb may have potential to alleviate complications of obesity and diabetes, inflammation-associated conditions, and neurological deficits..”

The Benefits Of Rosemary

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Medicinal

Top 10 Best Medicinal Herbs – For Health & Vitality

Artemisia (Wormwood)

Why Artemisias Are Important for Health

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•May 31, 2014
Richters Herbs
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Most of the artemisias are medicinal. They have been used for thousands of years by herbalists from East Asia and Siberia to Europe and North America. The Greek physicians more than 2,500 years ago noted their useful bitter qualities and how the artemisias can be important for good health. Bitter herbs like artemisia kick-start the digestive system, stimulate the liver, and boost the immune system. Carmen Lynde, a practicing medical herbalist with a full-time herbal clinic in Toronto, explains why we may need to be taking bitter artemisias like wormwood, santonica and mugwort, as our lives become more sedentary and our body’s systems become sluggish. Besides running a busy practice, Carmen is creator of Vervain.ca, an organic plant-based skincare line made by hand in small batches. She also serves as Richters online medical herbs expert. This seminar was presented as part of the annual Herb Day celebration at Richters on May 4, 2014.

What Is Wormwood, and How Is It Used? healthline.com

“..Wormwood is typically taken as an extract or tea. Its oil is made from the stems and leaves of the plant, whereas an extract or tincture may use the entire plant (4Trusted Source)….

These formulations lack calories, vitamins, or minerals but contain numerous plant compounds, the best known of which is thujone (4Trusted Source, 5Trusted Source, 6Trusted Source, 7Trusted Source). ..



Wormwood has been associated with many benefits, such as alleviating pain and inflammation and fighting oxidative stress and parasitic infections. However, more scientific research is necessary….

Artemisia Plant(Magical Medicinal Value Plant) In Aarogyam On Green TV

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•Sep 18, 2016

Green TV India
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Artemisia comprises hardy herbaceous plants and shrubs, which are known for the powerful chemical constituents in their essential oils. Artemisia species grow in temperate climates of both hemispheres, usually in dry or semiarid habitats.

This plant will keep you safe from Disease like…Dengue, Chikungunya or Malaria, and also keep the environment near your house clean and disease and virus free.

Artemisia annua – Malaria, Cancer and a Nobel Prize

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•Mar 14, 2018
Manfred Taege
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The video tells the short story of Artemisia annua (Sweet wormwood) which came to the lime light of modern Phytotherapy when in 2015 Madam Youyou Tu, a Chinese Professor for traditional medicine received the Nobel Prize of the year 2015 for her discovery in 1970 of the chemical compound extracted from the leaves that cures malaria. Till today Artemisinin is the main weapon to fight malaria parasites which had become resistant to nearly all other chemical drugs. More than 30 patents are registered for the use of Artemisinin and its derivates in treatment of malaria and several other diseases including breast-, prostate and other carcinoma.
A tea made from the leaves, containing, apart from Artemisinin nine other anti-malarial substances can help to fight malaria in regions where people have no access to medical care or are too poor to buy the expensive pharmaceutical products – which particularly in Africa are often either fake or of substandard quality.
The plant grows very well in tropical Africa.

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In Part 2 the cultivation of the plant is documented
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