Anise is used for upset stomach, runny nose and as an appetite stimulant. Some people apply anise directly to the skin to treat lice, scabies, and psoriasis. It is also a good source of fiber, calcium and iron.
12. Holy Basil
The holy basil is used to treat high cholesterol, upper respiratory problems, asthma and diabetes. It also decreases pain and swelling.
Oregano has both antibacterial and antifungal properties. It is effective against yeast-based infections like vaginitis and oral thrush.
This popular garden herb is rich in rosmarinic acid as well as other antioxidants, making it great against inflammation. Rosemary also stimulates the production of acetylcholine, which in turn boosts learning and memory.
Cilantro is high in vitamin K which improves bone strength. It also has the ability to detoxify the body. Cilantro is an excellent blood builder and it helps to prevent anemia.
16. Milk Thistle
Milk thistle is sometimes used as a natural treatment for liver problems. It also provides heart benefits by lowering cholesterol levels.
Dandelion improves digestion, aids weight loss, eases congestion of the liver and helps to purify the bladder and kidneys. It also helps to ease bloating and aching joints.
Licorice is used for various digestive system complaints including stomach ulcers and heartburn. It is also used for sore throat, bronchitis, cough and infections caused by bacteria or viruses.
This plant provides overflowing goodness for your mind and body. It’s commonly used to treat anxiety. It is also used for sleep problems and relieving symptoms related to narcotic drug withdrawal.
This spice is a good solution for stomach problems. It fights off bacteria and fungi. Nutmeg is also a good source of fiber.