Medicinal Plants: A Easy To Follow Collection Of Guides About Medicinal Plants For Beginners
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Medicinal plants are a great way to get many benefits that you are looking into for your body. Medicinal plants are an alternative to modern medicine, and it ca be a great way to help improve yourself and make your life even better. In this day and age, using plants in a medicinal fashion actually isn’t done as much, and for many people, it might seem weird. You can get many benefits from medicinal plants, and I myself have been able to as well. This book will go over the top five benefits that are most prevalent in your body from this, along with the top five benefits that you can get from this that also can help in other areas as well. You can get the benefits of this immediately, and medicinal plants can do a whole lot of good for you.

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Date de parution 15 septembre 2019
Nombre de lectures 4
EAN13 9781641937894
Langue English

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Table of Contents
Title Page
Introduction
Chapter 2: Preparing, Growing, Maintaining, and Harvesting Medicinal Plants
Chapter 3: Common Mistakes to Avoid When Growing Medicinal Plants
Chapter 4: Medicinal Herbs for Healing and Curing
Chapter 5: Homemade Herb Remedies for Common Ailments
Chapter 6: Medicinal Herbs for Radiant and Glowing Skin
Introduction
Title Page
Introduction
Chapter 1: Detoxifying With Aloe Vera
Chapter 2: Healing With Garlic
Chapter 3: Healing With Flax Seed
Chapter 4: Total-Body Health With Turmeric
Chapter 5: Placating With Peppermint
Chapter 6: Chewing On Cardamom
Chapter 7: Soothing With Cinnamon
Chapter 8: Curing With Clove
Title Page
Introduction
For many of us, when we get sick, we take antibiotics in order to combat the effects of the illness that we have. Over time, these get accumulated within the body, and soon, you have to either take stronger medication in order to beat this, or the illness will get worse. You can also have resistance to certain drugs that compounds over time until you’re not able to take anything anymore but the strongest drugs that won’t really help the body. This soon becomes a problem for just about everyone because of the fact that they can’t take simple drugs in order to beat off the illness or infection caused by bacteria. You can also get this with viruses as well, and sometimes the dependency on the drug will start to diminish as well, and soon you’ll have to take something stronger. However, medicinal plants can help combat this, and it actually can do a whole lot of good for you as well.
Get Rid of Toxicity And Have a Natural Body
Many Different Uses
Natural Preventative Care
Cost Effective
Conclusion
BONUS BOOK:
Introduction
The two essential oils that we’ll be talking about first are peppermint and lavender. These two essential oils are two of the most popular essential oils out there, but they do a lot for a person. Many people can have amazing benefits from essential oils, and these two have some very important health benefits that go along with them. This first section will talk about these two and the benefits that they yield.
Sesame and Rose
Pine and Clove
Geranium
Black Pepper
Lemon
Conclusion
Growing Medicinal Plants
 
How to Grow and Harvest a Medicinal Garden for Healing, Curing, Beauty, and Glowing Radiant Skin
Introduction
 
There are two main classes of medicinal preparations - herbal and pharmaceutical. Pharmaceutical drugs are either synthesized or refined substances.
On the other hand, herbal medicine is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as labelled and final medicinal products containing parts of plants (underground or aerial), plant materials, or combinations of both, as their main active ingredient. Plant materials may come in the form of gums, juices, essential oils, fatty oils and other similar substances. Herbal drugs may also contain starch or other additives to improve the needed adhesive quality for preparing tablets or pills.
However, medicines that have plant material mixed with chemically-active substances are not considered herbal. These include drugs that contain small amounts of isolated plant constituents.
Advantages of Medicinal Plants and Herbs
In the past few decades alone, a significant resurrection in the interest revolving medicinal plants has been noticed in the field of western medicine itself. There have been various ways where modern medicine has integrated medicinal plants into the health care system. This is not surprising at all.
Given those perks, it’s clear why many have decided to start their own medicinal gardens. To be among them (and thus reap the same benefits they do), you simply have to continue reading.

Chapter 1: What You Need to Know and Do before Planting and Harvesting Medicinal Herbs
Even though medicinal plants are natural , this does not imply that it is safe to use them without looking at the possible hazards. In fact, a number of the most potent plants, while being very effective and powerful, can pose some danger if not used properly. Another rookie mistake is mistaking one plant for a similar one, which can be dangerous. To keep on the safe side, here are some essential guidelines to live by when thinking about adopting a medicinal plant lifestyle:
Chapter 2: Preparing, Growing, Maintaining, and Harvesting Medicinal Plants
 
Medicinal plants have a lot of benefits, but they don’t just spring out of nowhere. These require a lot of work, dedication and love. To ensure that you’ll end up having healthy plants in your garden, there are some factors to keep in mind.
 
Preparing the Location
Not just any area of dirt or soil will do. You need to find the ideal space for the garden. Like most plants, these have unique needs - lighting, moisture, and adequate fertilizer. By giving the plants the right environment, taking care of them becomes a lot easier.
 
 
Maintaining and Protecting the Garden
After planting the seedlings, the work isn’t over yet - there are so many elements that can affect the health of the plants. The good news is that there are a lot of things that you can do to shield them from harm.
 
To protect the plants from the elements, here are some guidelines:
Water often, especially during droughts. Keep the soil moist to keep the plants happy. During days where there is unusually dry and hot weather, water the plants when it is cool. This way, the plants can absorb the water easier. Think: early morning before the sun has begun to heat up the soil.
 
Harvesting the Plants
Harvesting medicinal plants is a lot more specific than harvesting fruits and vegetables. Herbs like these often use the whole plant, which means there is little that goes to waste. However, each part of the plant requires a unique harvesting method.
 
Leaves: Pick these at any time. They are versatile because they can be used right as they are harvested, such as for making tea or cooking a dish. It is good to harvest often, and when the leaves are still young. For evergreen herbs like thyme and rosemary, leaves can be harvested just before the herb starts flowering.
Chapter 3: Common Mistakes to Avoid When Growing Medicinal Plants
 
There are a lot of things that can go wrong when trying to grow your own medicinal garden, so we’re here to give you a heads up on what not to do:
 
Don’t: Plant in the Wrong Area
In Chapter 2, we talked about the importance of preparing the location before planting, but did you know that it is also important to consider the type of environment? Different plants have different requirements. For instance, plants like the rosemary that prefer dry soil will die sooner than later if you place them in humid and moist environments. If you have a garden that is properly shaded, then go for herbs that grow well under less sun. Otherwise, plants that love sunlight will just get weak and pale. If your garden is neither shady nor sunny, then try using pots instead. These can be moved and relocated whenever your needs for lighting change. Sometimes, it isn’t so much about having enough shade or sunlight, but simply about being creative with your current resources.
 
Now that you’ve learned what and what not to do when planting and taking care of your herbs, head on to the next chapter to learn what these medicinal plants can do for you and your health.
Chapter 4: Medicinal Herbs for Healing and Curing
 
Here are some of the most common but most effective medicinal plants that beginner gardeners should consider starting with:
Ginseng
Ginseng is one of the most common medicinal plants. Many commercial and pharmaceutical products incorporate components of the plant for a variety of reasons. The herb is great for naturally prolonging life by promoting good health. More specifically, its roots are used for treating nervous system disorders, improving blood pressure levels and metabolic rates, as well as boosting immunity and hormone secretion.
Thyme
Aside from being a staple herb in the kitchen, thyme is also known for its antiseptic properties, which come in handy when treating coughs, congestion and even a gassy stomach.
Basil
Like thyme, basil is a favorite herb when creating savory and flavorful meals. But it also has great benefits for the body. For one, it is great for treating appetite loss and flatulence. It is effective in treating scrapes and cuts as well.
Sage
Sage is one of the oldest medicinal plants used for its healing properties, dating back to the days of apothecaries. Although also used in cooking, its main benefits are treating ailments such as indigestion, menopausal issues, and mouth, skin and gum infections.
Fenugreek Seeds
These seeds carry a lot of nutritional value. They are used for treating indigestion, inflammation, early stages of diabetes, labor pain, and low blood cholesterol. Taking these seeds also helps decongest ducts and make breathing easier.
Peppermint
This plant is the oldest known herb used for treating human illnesses. It is rich with vitamins A and C, iron and manganese. Its leaves are efficient in treating flatulence, stomach upset, and fever.
Comfrey
Comfrey has allantoin, an important substance that aids in naturally replacing body cells. At the same time, it is effective in treating arthritis, sprains, burns, cuts, acne, broken or weak bones, bronchial problems, and ulcer.
Turkey Rhubarb
This plant is excellent in treating problems in the digestive system. Taking it is a good way to maintain a well-balanced digestive system, too. Although highly effective, this plant is very gentle and is used for treating diarrhea, constipation, hemorrhoids, bladder problems, and menstrual issues.
Other Medicinal Plants
The above are the most effective for common health issues. Other herbs and plants that have health benefits include the following:
Chapter 5: Homemade Herb Remedies for Common Ailments
 
In this chapter, we’ll get into detail about the preparation and application of medicinal plants to execute these cures.
 
Treating Burns
There are two main ways of treating burns using plants:
First is using honey. Especially for severe and third-degree burns, honey is great at stopping infection, keeping the burned area moist, and stimulating regeneration of skin cells. Simply apply a mixture of honey and the right herbs on the affected area.
Treating Cuts and Scrapes
There are three ways of treating cuts and scrapes using medicinal plants:
To treat cuts and scrapes is using honey. It is recommended to use the wound powder, mentioned above, if you have it.

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