Herbs for Health & Healing Book: Medicinal Herbs for Beginners to Grow & Use from their very Own Indoor Herb & Vegetable Garden

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Making Plant Medicine is all about using herbs and spices and their oils essentially to create herbal remedies.

This is the best herbal reference and recipe book you will ever find on the planet. The title really says it all. The bulk of the book is dedicated to specific herbal medicines and natural remedies for everyone in the family, incls. adults, babies, children, and elders, too.

This book is based on traditional Chinese medicine as a style of traditional medicine built on a foundation of more than 2,500 years of Chinese medical practice that includes various forms of natural medicine and dietary therapy, and recently also influenced by modern Western medicine.

This ebook deals with the most common medicinal plants, herbs and spices and their uses – moreover, you would get to know about the list of medicinal plants which can easily been grown at home. Each plant or herb has a specific quality and can be used to treat a multitude of ailments and diseases. Medicinal plants and spices like aloe, turmeric, tulsi, pepper, elachi and ginger are commonly used in a number of Ayurvedic home remedies and are considered to be the best aid among fighting ailments related to the throat and skin. These are just a few to say the least.

So, we can say that medicinal plants and herbs grown in your own gardens can reduce your dependence on drugs, if not completely eliminate them.

Lemon Balm. A relative of mint, lemon balm is a versatile medicinal herb that helps relieve anxiety, insomnia, wounds, herpes, insect bites, flatulence, and an upset stomach. It also speeds the healing of cold sores.

The plant is used in traditional medicine for the natural treatment of insomnia and anxiety, despite serious safety concerns. A 2006 study suggested medicinal potential. It is used frequently in herbal teas and other herbal remedies. A tea tincture from the leaves is used as a highly effective cough medicine.

Also, Motherwort is one of the easiest herbs to grow and is a highly versatile herb to use. It is one of my favorite remedies for anxiety and stress. It is taken as a tincture or tea to lessen pain, such as: headaches, menstrual cramps, and muscle sprains and aches.

Science shows that many top healing herbs can ease pain, prevent Alzheimer's, and ward off cancer and heart disease. Download to find out more inside. Here you'll find many super healers you'll want to add to the all-natural section of your medicine cabinet and even to your favorite recipes.

Inside you'll also find a comprehensive list of herbs and how to use them to reduce stress, increase your energy, strength, stamina, memory and much more!

With so many herbs, spices and trees out there how do you blend them into an effective and hopefully delicious formula? Something I've learned over time is that creating formulas is a deeply intuitive process that strengthens over time the more you work with herbs and plant roots.

While herbal teas may lack the antioxidants of "true teas", herbal teas make the best tincture recipes and have excellent health benefits of their own too.

A substance that can cure or heal you is medicinal. Did you know that some people swear that chicken soup has medicinal qualities when you have a cold.

So, if you're new to herbalism or healthy living, chances are you're looking for a good book to teach you the ins and outs of this this lifestyle, and books that can teach you how to use herbs and spices during times of poor health and sickness.

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