Really a good post
Really a good post
Growing up we always had Aloe Vera, my mother used for various medicinal uses including laxative..
I also have this plant, I plant it in my balcony.This is a cool detoxification, I heard that it is the healing herb。
Was I the only one who expected to see marijuana? Oh $h!t!
A plethora of great information. Thank you for taking time to put this all together in such great organized fashion
How many can you identify?? Learning more about natural herbs has helped many people avoid or reduce the number of drugs they have to take:)
Love lemon balm, camomile, peppermint teas. So relaxing. Who needs Big Pharma!
Fascinating. Like the idea of using plants to heal. Elle
Aloe is very soothing, but I would suggest peeling it well before applying rectally. A Lubricant might help.
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This particular plant is was believe to possess ingredient for longevity.
"...Looking back, I realized that it was important to have medicinal plants around the house cause you never know when you might need them. So here are a list of plants that have the highest medicinal value compared to the other million species around the world worth planting around the house."
The wonders of nature!
I swear echinacea is the fountain of youth in plant form. I love that shit.
Be careful if you try these if you are on prescription drugs. You could get bad side effects.
Great suggestions for the home herbalist.
An interesting article. It goes without saying that you would have to use organic gardening methods. I was surprised to see that I already have some of these plants in my perennial beds.