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Top 14 Medicinal Herbs You Can Grow

1-Basil

This medicinal herb can help with flatulence, lack of appetite, cuts, and scrapes. Harvest the young leaves of this annual plant as needed.

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2-Chamomile

Use the flower heads of this medicinal herb for infusions and salves to relieve indigestion and colic, anxiety and tension, and skin inflammations and irritations.

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3-Echinacea

If you suffer from a cold or the flu, try this medicinal herb to ease the severity of your symptoms. It also helps provide relief to your immune system.

Echinacea

4-Feverfew

Use the leaves and flowers of this medicinal herb for teas; chew leaves to ease headache pain (including migraines). It’s also been shown to provide relief for arthritis, and skin conditions.

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5-Johnny-jump-up

With anti-inflammatory properties, this medicinal herb is good for eczema and skin blemishes as well as to help loosen phlegm.

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6-Lavender

Even smelling this medicinal herb has been shown to calm and relax. It also eases pain, and when applied to cuts and bruises functions as an antiseptic.

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7-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.

Lemon-Balm

8-Marigold

Good for sunburn, acne, and blemishes, this medicinal herb also soothes ulcers and digestive problems.

Marigold

9-Parsley

Don’t think of it as decorative on your plate; this medicinal herb is loaded with nutrients as well as healing powers to help with flatulence and bad breath.

Parsley

10-Peppermint

If you have digestion or gas, sipping tea made of this medicinal herb might provide relief. It’s also been shown to help soothe headaches.

Peppermint

11-Rosemary

This medicinal herb helps memory and concentration, improves mood €”and sweetens breath.

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12-Sage

Sage’s genus name, Salvia, means “to heal,” reflecting its early use as a medicinal, not culinary, herb. It can help provide relief for mouth and throat inflammations.

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13-Thyme

The active principle in thyme, thymol, is a strong antiseptic. If you suffer from coughs, congestion, indigestion, or gas, consider using this medicinal herb.

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14-St. John’s Wort

Talk to your doctor if you suffer from mild to moderate depression; she may suggest St. John’s Wort. The glossy leaves and yellow flowers are this medicinal herb’s active parts.

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