When you’re suffering from headaches, flu or cold, instead of wasting money on over-the-counter medicines and trips to the drugstore, why not heal yourself with the natural goodness and nutritious power of herbs? After all, you only need a little herb garden to give yourself and your family the health advantages of medicinal herbs, which happen to be far more effective than medicinal drugs.
Not only are these herbs the perfect formula for instant relief and rejuvenation, but also, freshly plucked herbs prevent countless common and serious health ailments. They enhance your taste, and require minimal effort in sprouting up. Just grow your own personal home remedies in a series of pots and place them in your garden where they can bask under the light of the sun.
You can find all kinds of herbs and seedlings at your nearest garden store, and if you’re an avidly passionate gardener, just get yourself some seeds and start creating your very own herb garden. These essential herbs also have amazingly weight loss and energizing benefits, believe us, once you start on the herb journey, you’ll never be able to stop or settle for a synthetic alternative.
Here are the 9 essential herbs you must have in an unlimited supply to beat common ailments like headaches, flu or colds:
You can fix yourself a nice hot cup of basil tea to relive awful headaches, or better yet, use some crushed basil leaves to massage out the pain from your temples and de-stress your body. If you’re feet have been aching uncontrollably, just boil some basil leaves in water, and soak your feet in it for at least 20 minutes for an instant relief.
You can grow this scintillatingly sweet fragrant herb in all sizes of pots, but be sure to pluck all the white flowers as soon as they sprout out because once they go to the seeds, they will destroy the herb and make it taste awfully bitter.
Rosemary tea has an amazingly uplifting and invigorating effect on the mind and body, and it is considered a highly effective natural remedy for hangovers, and patients who suffer from the seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
It is also a great remedy for soothing and preventing horrid winter colds, just add it up with cinnamon, cloves or a glass of warm and mulled red wine. Rosemary can be grown in a pot, but make sure it gets plenty of water and sun.