Some plants are not just plants.

Since the dawn of time, their leaves, stems, roots and pods have been used to heal naturally

certain ailments and chronic diseases.

Herbal teas, infusions, mouthwashes … they can be used in different ways.

Their virtues are so immeasurable that pharmaceutical companies use

synthesize different types of drugs.

Medicinal plants have not yet finished telling us their secrets

Better yet, they very often provide us with the solution where modern medicine seems to have failed.

This, with less or no secondary advance. Alas, very few people know about these herbal remedies.

herbal remedies to avoid chemicals

some medicinal plants here are 8 we talk about very often:

this list is of course not exhaustive

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Curcuma longa

 

 

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Simply called turmeric, it is a perennial plant native to India. For 7000 years,

it is used in traditional Asian medicine because of its therapeutic properties.

This plant is about a meter tall and its thick rhizome grown after wilting is the part used in alternative medicine.

Indeed, turmeric is renowned for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Thanks to its antioxidant compounds, it helps prevent three types of cardiovascular accidents as well as hepatitis 4.

Turmeric is also used to treat dyspepsia, peptic ulcers,

osteoarthritis, inflammatory rheumatism, muscle pain, nausea, etc.

Turmeric is also associated with certain herbs like lemon balm for other types of remedies.

 

 

 

2. Cynara scolymus (artichoke)

 

medicinal plants antioxydant artichoke

 

Native to the Mediterranean plain, the artichoke is a perennial vegetable plant of the compound family.

With its floral stem hollowed out with furrows and its purplish blue flowers assembled in a rosette,

this plant is appreciated for its immune and digestive properties.

This earned it the name of the easily digestible plant.

However, the medicinal value of this perennial lies in its leaves (scales) and bracts (receptacle).

We use the leaves of the artichoke to stimulate and balance the secretion of bile and the protection of liver cells.

On the other hand, its bracts are prized for their gastronomic properties.

The artichoke thus helps to curb chronic indigestion, dyspepsia, hepatic constipation of biliary origin, etc.

 

 

3. Ginseng

 

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Coming from the araliaceae family, ginseng has been used in Chinese pharmacopoeia for thousands of years.

The properties of its root are so overwhelming that it has been ranked by the public as one of the best medicinal plants.

Indeed, ginseng root is traditionally used as an energizer and as a powerful aphrodisiac.

It thus helps to fight against physical and intellectual fatigue,

sexual impotence and heart disease.

It also stimulates the immune system thanks to its antioxidant properties.

It is also an anti-inflammatory, an anabolic, and a great brain function simulator.

Ginseng root also helps treat flu, digestive disorders.

In addition, it is used to build muscle mass.

It is also involved in the fight against certain ailments such as diabetes,

cognitive disorders, neurovegetative diseases and excess cholesterol.

Ginseng root is used in the form of powder, essential oils, capsules, decoctions and tonic drinks.

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4. Valérian

 

 

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Also known as the anxiety and anxiety plant, valerian root mainly contains sedative properties,

Valerian and among the most effective plants

relaxing and antioxidant.

It is used as a synthetic substance in the majority of sedative sera in hospitals for performing surgical procedures.

Many studies evaluated on valerian have indeed shown that its root helps relieve nervous and muscle tension,

anxiety, back pain, shoulder pain.

It also improves the quality of sleep and reduces sleep time. Its benefits on the nervous and locomotor systems are impressive.

 

5. milk thistle

Native to the Mediterranean basin, milk thistle, under its scientific name Silybum Marianum,

is a medicinal plant used since ancient times, long before the arrival of Jesus Christ.

In the 77s, the pharmacologist and botanist doctor Pedanius Dioscorides

had discovered that the plant was used to treat biliary and liver disorders.

This is due to the excess of bile.

Over the years, new clinical trials have shown that milk thistle

also protects the liver while limiting the risk of hepatitis 1, 2 and cirrhosis.

It also effectively ensures the evacuation of bile and liver.

It is also a powerful anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic and antioxidant.

Milk thistle would also drive away melancholy and promote the secretion of milk.

 

 

 

6. cypress

 

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From its scientific name Cupressus sempervirens, the cypress is a resinous shrub once used in Greece to fight against hemorrhoids.

Since then, other therapeutic properties have been discovered by alternative medicine.

These include its antiviral properties which make it an essential plant

in the treatment of all types of viral and repetitive diseases.

These compounds act directly on the virus and thus facilitate the suppression of infections.

Cypress nuts are also used to prevent venous insufficiency,

flu, lung infections and herpes.

 

 

7. Cassis

 

 plantes médicinales de cassis

 

Shrub 1.5 meters high, Cassis is a plant whose properties are used in France.

This since the 21st century.

According to the indications of Jacques Fouilloux in the scientific book Vénerie,

Blackcurrant would cure snakebites, especially viper.

Its impressive properties against bites, fevers, worm infections were discovered and proven later.

Beyond these benefits, blackcurrant is also an excellent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant

whose leaves are used to treat chronic osteoarthritis, fatigue due to overwork, joint pain (cartilage).

By infusion, blackcurrant also helps strengthen the immune system.

 

 

 

8. dandelion

 

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Also called lion’s tooth, dandelion is a perennial herb that grows in temperate environments.

dandelion and among the most effective plants

Little known to the public, it is an edible plant once used in Chinese medicine.

Traditionally, dandelion leaves and roots are powerful diuretics.

Whether prepared as a decoction or an infusion, they recommend combating digestive hepatitis.

University of Windsor researchers in Canada

conducted a study which showed that the roots of this medicinal plant contain active cytotoxic ingredients.

In other words, this plant would fight against several types of cancer, including breast and prostate.

In this study, dandelion root extract was able to kill 95% of chronic leukemia cells in just 48 hours.

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