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9 Herbs That Fight Colds, Ease Headaches, And More

6. Parsley

Parsley is exceptionally healthy for the immune system as it contains powerful immunity enhancing nutrients. If you’re constantly complaining about foul mouth odor, chewing raw parsley can help solve this problem for good.

Eating one tablespoon of chopped flatleaf or curly parsley is a very healthy habit, which will surprise you with its long-standing health benefits throughout your life.

Parsley Detox Drink
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You can grow parsley in a pot with moist soil and plenty of sun, just be sure to nourish it with an organic fertilizer, like cow dung.

7. Lavender

This sweet-smelling and scintillating herb has an incredibly powerful anti-inflammatory and antiseptic profile, and you can use it for bathing, drinking, cooking and much more.

If you want to rejuvenate your mind, beat the stress and soften your dry skin patches, just crush a few lavender seeds, throw them in your hot water tub and enjoy a nice and long steam bath.

Lavender oil is highly effective for providing relief from headaches, flu, blemishes and overall skin care. You can grow your own lavender bush in a tiny pot with lots of gravel and very light soil. Lavender adores sunlight, so be sure to give it a nice sunny spot with plenty of drainage.

Why lavender helps you sleep
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  1. Wow!, they are such a wonderful herbs i didn’t know about their amazing healing power. I better try them.#synthetic medicines give me a break!

  2. Thanks, I’m going to try in past 18 months had 4 bouts of walking pneumonia & currently have bronchial pneumonia. I prefer natural to pharmacitial stuff, that only treats symptoms. They don’t cure. Plus before taking antibiotics I’ll try these.
    Thanks

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