5 Plants to Have for Your Herbal First Aid Kit

Recently on our channel, we saw 5 medicinal plants that can be used as first-aid at home. Did you watch the video?

Medicines made from aromatic herbs are useful in our daily lives and also offer quick and efficient relief for a series of domestic accidents.

Have you tried any of these medicines? If you did, share your recipe with us!

Before we get to the recipes, keep in mind that before you use any kind of medicinal plants, you must be sure that the plant you are using is recommended for your specific situation and also seek medical orientation from a qualified health professional.

See now 5 other plants with medicinal and healing properties that can help you with quick and simple treatments.

Aloe vera
Aloe vera, sometimes called true aloe, has anti-inflammatory and healing effects. It is helpful to treat and alleviate burns and to heal wounds.

Chamomile calms both the nervous and digestive systems and keeps the body relaxed and calm.

Lemon balm
Lemon balm helps alleviate heartburn, bloating, intestinal cramps, poor digestion, and nausea. In short, it is a great plant for gastrointestinal issues.

When we talk about stomach issues, ginger is great! It helps fight nausea, flatulence, indigestion, protects the liver, and aids in the digestion of fatty foods. Also, thanks to its anti-inflammatory power, ginger helps alleviate the pains from arthritis, muscle aches, respiratory tract infections, coughs, asthma, and bronchitis.

We mention mint many times on our channel. It has soothing effects that act directly on the brain, helping the body relax more easily. It also helps relax the muscles and alleviate cramps and nausea.

The vasodilator action of mint helps improve blood circulation and alleviates many types of aches, including headaches. The plant is recommended for people who suffer from migraines.

If you have any of these issues and need some relief, use these medicinal plants, and then share your experience with us.

0:00 Healing Herbs
0:46 Aloe Vera Healing Properties
0:56 Chamomile Benefits
1:03 How to Make Chamomile Tea
1:13 Lemon Balm Healing Properties
1:26 How to Make Lemon Balm Tea
1:42 Ginger Benefits
2:04 How to Make Ginger Tea
2:19 Mint Healing Properties
2:42 How to Make Mint Tea



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