Natural herbs were used for healing millenniums ago. They are free or cheap, and always available.
The fact is that natural herbs form the basis of many modern drugs, from aspirin to ibuprofen. Often, they cost nothing but helps a lot.
Traditional medicine claims that natural herbs can cure all diseases if properly used.Herbs grow all around us. They are easily grown and processed, do not pollute the soil and are not dangerous to the environment. Most importantly, natural herbs don’t cause any damage to the body, like some artificial ingredients, which are found in almost all drugs, cosmetics, and artificial food.
We use about 10 000 species of plants and research about their medicinal properties are being carried out almost continuously in all parts of the world.
Below is a list of natural herbs that are better, healthier substitute for pharmaceutical drugs.
– Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera is now used for the treatment of many diseases starting from allergies and skin infections to the most serious diseases such as asthma, bronchitis, diabetes, cancer (especially skin cancer), AIDS.
– St. John’s wort
St. John’s Wort is used since ancient times as an effective tool and a natural remedy for healing wounds and against burns, cuts, hemorrhoids. For internal use, it has proved to be excellent for pain in the stomach, liver, anti-diarrhea and intestinal parasites.
Thyme helps with diseases and conditions such as asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, tuberculosis, various neuroses, alcoholism and depression, weakness and impotence, migraine, bladder diseases, kidney, angina, rheumatism, diphtheria, epilepsy, insomnia, dizziness.
Ginseng successfully normalizes body functions when they are disturbed due to stress. It is important to emphasize that it stimulates the reproductive system and circulation in men and thus eliminates male impotence.
Cumin strengthens the stomach, stimulates digestion, hormone production, expelling urine.
It has a positive effect on the body when fighting lung disease, skin diseases and difficulties caused by asthma.
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