Used for millennia, medicinal plants no longer have to prove their benefits. And even if you don’t have a garden, a number of them can be grown indoors. Summary.
- The aloe vera : Aloe Vera is easy to care for. Its leaves are anti-inflammatory. To take advantage of its benefits, they extract the gel, cutting the leaf lengthwise and then squeezing it. This gel is applied directly to my burns.
- Rosemary invigorates the heart and liver. It also helps with digestion and to fight against headaches, colds or sinusitis. Finally, if your hair tends to be greasy, infuse it in a glass of hot water with a few drops of lemon. Once the mixture is cold, apply it to your hair to rinse your hair in the shower.
- Lavender is known for help with anxiety. Cut some flower leaves from it. Chop them and then place them in small sachets, which you will place under your pillow, or keep on you to smell it if necessary.
- Mint : There are hundreds of varieties of mints. It relaxes the muscles of the intestines, so it is recommended against gastric disorders. All you need to do is dip a few leaves in water.
Chamomile, Basil and Oregano
- chamomile helps fight sleep disorders. Infuse a few leaves in hot water and drink lukewarm. It is also an anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, analgesic, aperitif, digestive, carminative and vulnerary. It has beneficial effects on the female genitalia, in case of fungal infections for example. You can also rinse your eyes with a cold infusion of chamomile in case of sting or conjunctivitis.
- The Basilic is a very good antibacterial and antiseptic. It also helps relieve mosquito bites. Cut a few leaves, crush them and place them on the bites.
- oregano strengthens weak stomachs and relieves heartburn. It also soothes coughing fits and cleans the bronchial tubes.