4. Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera is brimming with Vitamin E, enzymes and amino acids that work wonders at healing damaged and dry skin. Research reveals that this nutrient-rich herb is made of 4% active agents and 96% water, which makes it highly effective for healing blisters, burns, sunburns and all other skin conditions.
If you’re suffering from an awfully bad case of sun burn, this break open some aloe vera leaves, pour out the gel and apply it all over the burnt skin area to enjoy a delightful soothing effect that heal the sunburn instantly.
You can grow aloe vera in a pot, just be sure to give it plenty of water and an abundance of sunlight.
5. Lemon Balm
Lemon balm has very strong healing qualities, and it is extremely effective in preventing and providing relief from cold sores.
If you want to heal insect bites or prevent them from occurring in the first place, lemon balm is a powerful natural insect repellent, and rubbing crushed lemons topically onto the skin will provide instant relief.
Never grown lemon balm in your garden without a pot, because it has a tendency to colonize and overpower the soil, which deprives the other plants the nutrients they require to thrive and grow.