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Herbs and vegetation are growing all around us in the wild or in your backyard.
Many times we may overlook some of the
typical greens growing on the sides
of streets or even the path of your favorite hiking spots.
Not realizing the amazing and potentially medicinal plants we
walk by all the time. As a wanna be herbalist expert
you can get a taste of some of the following
medicinal value vegetation has to offer.
Pycanthemum virginianum known as Mountain Mint is such an herb.
Its used for to clear sinus congestion.
Lycopus Virginicus known as Bugle Weed
The magic of this plant brings a treatment for over
an overactive thyroid.
Eutroschium purpureum known as Joe Pye Weed
This plant is used primarily for a kidney stone remedy.
Hypericum prolificum known as St. Johns’s Wort
which has multiple medicinal uses,
has been used to treat minor depression
but its best use is for a pain reliever
throughout the body as it works on
nervous system of the body.
Althea officinalis aka as Marshmallow
It soothes and coats the stomach thus it helps with digestion
Angelica Archangelica is used for arthritis and for
female hormone irregularities.
Arctium lappa known as Burdock
is used for cleansing the intestines and
also helps to stabilize blood sugar for
Artemisia annua known as Sweet Annie
is used to treat worms and parasites.
Dipsacus sylvesiris called Wild Teasel
is used to treat Lyme disease.
Oenothera macrocarpa called Missouri Evening Primrose
is used to treat eczema and pms.
Monarda didyma called Bee Balm, Bergamot
is used for bee sting relief.
Achillea Millefolium called Common Yarrow
is used for blood flow and circulation.
Pycanthemum Incanum called Cherokee Sweat Mint
is used to clear congested sinuses.
In summary, just imagine the next time you stroll by some
weed looking plants or maybe simply staring at any
Stop and ponder for a moment and think of what
the plant is and what medicinal uses there are
for it. I’m sure if you had the knowledge you could
come up with some valuable information about it.
Should you have any desires to expand your green
know-how you can begin with an online herbalist
course offered by Dr. Patrick Jones.
Bottom line is when you have more data
of these herbs and vegetation you may
second guess the use of traditional medicine
for some if not most of you medicinal needs.