Medicinal Value of our key Herbs


Plantain


A natural source of antihistamine. Also very useful for insect bites.

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Parsley


Anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties. Relieves flatulence, anaemia and improves iron intake.

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Tulsi


Antispasmodic, analgesic, adaptogenic and anti-inflammatory properties. Lowers blood sugar levels, blood pressure and reduces fever

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Rosemary


A useful herb that can be used in cooking and to relax the digestive tract. Also, useful to treat dandruff.

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Licorice


Helps sooth coughs, sore throats and bronchitis. Helps prevent and cure gastric ulcers, and protects the liver.

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Mugwort


Helps reduce anxiety, insomnia and depression. This herb has also been used for stomach problems such as cramps, colic and constipation.

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Sage


This multipurpose herb treats colds, coughs, tonsillitis, sore throats, inflamed gums and mouth ulcers.

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Aniseed


Helps cure respiratory congestion such as colds and flu. Used as a digestive aid to help with colic, bloating and gas.

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Skullcap


Reduces the impact of anxiety, neuralgia, insomnia, tension and other nervous system disorders.

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Black Mustard Seed


Improves circulation, and thus helps stiff muscles, joints and cold extremities. Reduces inflammation.

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Fennel


Appetite-suppressant for weight loss. Relieves bloating, cramping, flatulence and all kinds of stomach upset including colic.

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Caraway


Used to aid digestion, ease pain, expel gas, soothe bloating, prevent reflux and relieve heartburn.

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Fenugreek


Soothes intestinal passages, sometimes used to treat gastric ulcers, and is also a useful digestive aid.


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Rosehip


Rich source of vitamin A, C, B vitamins and K. Commonly used to make cough syrup.

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