Nature’s Herbal Remedies

Many people rely on herbal supplements to alleviate a wide variety of symptoms. Herbal remedies are generally considered safe, but as with many supplements, it’s best to consult a medical professional before taking them.

I did some research to see what supplements are recommended for common ailments. Here they are:

Acne – calendula, aloe, tea tree

Anxiety And Stress – kava, passion flower, valerian, chamomile, lavender

Arthritis – capsicum, ginger, turmeric, willow

Athlete’s Foot – topical tea tree oil

Bad Breath – parsley, echinacea, ginseng

Burns – aloe

Canker Sore – goldenseal

Colds – echinacea, ginseng, licorice root (sore throat) tea (nasal and chest congestion

Depression – St. John’s wort

Diverticulitis – peppermint

Dizziness – ginger, ginko

Earache – echinacea

Eczema – chamomile, evening primrose oil

Fatigue – cocoa (dark chocolate), coffee, rhodiola

Hey Fever – stinging nettle, butterbur

High Blood Pressure – garlic, beans, cocoa (dark chocolate), hawthorn

High Cholesterol – apple, cinnamon, evening primrose oil, flaxseed, soy foods, green tea

Hot Flashes – red clover, soy, black cohosh

Indigestion – chamomile, ginger, peppermint

Menstrual Cramps – kava, raspberry, chasteberry

Migraine – feverfew, butterbur

Nausea – ginger

Toothache – willow, clove oil

I can’t vouch for the effectiveness of any of these except coffee, and I can definitely vouch for that!

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