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Go For Herbs That Help Fight Diseases


Herbs add fresh and vibrant color to our cooking. Aside from this, modern science has also shown that many of these do indeed carry remarkable health benefits.

Check out below some of the best herbs that can help give our body the needed nutrients to boost our overall health.


Basil


Basil is a sweet, flavorful herb that has become a popular food seasoning and has been used in teas and supplements which may provide a range of health benefits. It can help lower down inflammation levels, ease symptoms of common cold, reduce blood pressure in people with hypertension, prevent certain cancers including breast, pancreas and colon cancer and help manage diabetes.


Lemongrass


Lemongrass is an herb with citrusy flavor and aroma.  It offers an array of medicinal benefits and is in extensive demand due to its anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-microbial properties. It has been used for treating stomachache, high blood pressure, digestive tract spasms, cough, achy joints (rheumatism), convulsions, pain, vomiting, fever, the common cold, and exhaustion. A cup of lemongrass tea has also been proven to ease anxiety and promote relaxation.


Dill


Dill is an aromatic herb with feathery green leaves. It has antimicrobial properties that can help stop the growth of certain types of bacteria that causes various illnesses. Aside from this, it also has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties which have been found to protect our hearts.


Garlic


Garlic has been known as food and medicine for thousands of years. It can help boost immunity, kills acne-causing bacteria, may protect against certain cancers, and improve heart health by lowering cholesterol levels and making blood vessels more flexible.


Stinging Nettle


Stinging nettle is an herbal herb that has been known since ancient times. Its leaves have hair-like structures that sting and also produce itching, redness, and swelling. It has been found to lower down inflammation and pain from arthritis, provides shiny and healthy hair, may lower down blood pressure, and aid in blood sugar control.


Ginger


For those with a sensitive stomach, ginger can be our best friend. This tropical plant is loaded with nutrients and bioactive compounds that have powerful benefits for our body and brain. Experts have found that it can help relieve for morning sickness, post-surgery discomfort and even when undergoing chemotherapy.

Ease tummy troubles by sipping some ginger and lemon tea.

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