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HEALTHY HERBS: Top 10 herbs for your health

Healthy herbs don´t only add flavor to your food, they also have a lot of health benefits for you. Healthy herbs are used as a medicine for a thousands of years.

This is the list of top 10 healthy herbs and their usage as a home remedy for many diseases.

 

Ginger – Gastrointestinal treatment

Ginger appears to be effective for treating gastrointestinal disturbance. Also in relieving diarrhea or nausea caused by morning sickness during pregnancy. It helps with nausea and vomiting after surgery or chemotherapy treatment. A powerful anti-inflammatory, ginger has also been shown to reduce joint pain.Watch movie online The Transporter Refueled (2015)

Garlic – Cancer Protection

Potential anti-cancer effects, as well as its ability to slow other diseases, including hypertension and even the common cold. One of the most commonplace healing herbs, garlic is a great flavor enhancer in stews and soups.

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Nettle – Joint Pain Relief

As we have written before, nettle is one of the healthiest herbs you can find in nature.  Stinging nettle, also known simply as nettle, appears to be effective in reducing the inflammation associated with arthritis. Stinging nettle is great for controlling dandruff, making hair glossy, and improving overall hair health. It may also be effective in treating benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), a condition that involves enlargement of the prostate.

 

Parsley – Hypertension

High in antioxidants, vitamins A and C, and the chemical apigenin, which may help inhibit the growth of cancer cells several studies have found. Parsley has heart-healthy effects, reducing high blood pressure. A quick way to put this healing herb in your diet is as a chopped garnish.

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Chives – Cancer Protection

That tasty green garnish on your baked potato is rich in vitamins A and C, known for their antioxidant effects. The healing herb has also been shown to reduce the risk for gastric cancer. Sprinkling chives on salads and pasta is great, but cooking with chives is equally as delicious.

 

Coriander – Lowering Bad Cholesterol

Coriander may aid in lowering ‘bad’ cholesterol and increasing ‘good’ cholesterol. It can also help lower blood sugar levels as well. This healing food also appears to have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. Coriander is a staple in many cuisines, from Indian to Thai. For a light dinner or lunch option, add this healing herb to roasted vegetables or a nourishing stew.

 

Rosemary – Heart Health

Rosemary is an herb that may help prevent damage to blood vessels and aid with cardiovascular health. It may also help with indigestion and memory function and reduce muscle and joint pain when applied topically. Active ingredients , carnosic acid or carnosol, might also prevent the spread of cancer. A very strongly flavored herb, rosemary goes great with hearty foods, such as meat and potatoes.

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Dandelion – Digestion

Natural mild diuretic, which could make the herb helpful in treating poor digestion, liver disorders, and high blood pressure. Dandelion root may also improve gastrointestinal disturbances as well as liver and gall bladder function. With the wide variety of types of herbs, options for adding healing foods to your meals are abundant.

 

Cinnamon – Stable Blood Sugar

Cinnamon twig appears to have some antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties. This healing food may also help treat gastrointestinal disturbances, including diarrhea and indigestion. Cinnamon seems to have antioxidant effects as well. This herb is excellent for controlling blood sugar levels and has been shown to lower bad cholesterol levels in people with type 2 diabetes.

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Bay Leaves – Sinus Relief

There’s a reason why bay leaves are in so many cold-soothing stews. Bay leaves contain an oil with the active ingredient cineole, which eases discomfort caused by sinusitis. Bay leaves may play a role in preventing heart disease, treating arthritis, and supporting the immune system. Bay leaves are a great type of herb for adding flavor to stews, soups, and sauces. Using bay leaves in a basic pot roast recipe spices up the dish.

 

Source: alternativecure.net , healthyfoodplans.net

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