Types of medicinal plants To Grow at Home

Despite its unpleasant taste, aloe vera is edible. In addition to treating digestive problems like constipation and low appetite, it aids in the healing of wounds, cuts, burns, and inflammation.
Ajwain plants need to be trimmed frequently because they grow in clusters. Their seeds aid in digestion and stomach problems and lower blood pressure and cholesterol.
The queen of herbs, tulsi, is a herb with therapeutic qualities. Varieties including Rama, Krishna, Vana, and Kapoor are used to treat fevers, colds, and dyspepsia. It grows readily in the house.
Lavender possesses calming and gentle antidepressant properties that make it a useful medical herb. It grows most well in warm, sunny climates. For added health advantages, add it to creams, baths, and recipes.
Mustard seeds are packed with nutrients, aiding digestion and reducing inflammation. They also lower blood pressure and asthma risk and alleviate rheumatoid arthritis symptoms.
Lemongrass, a fragrant plant, helps with health issues like sore throat, headaches, and fever. Lemongrass tea aids weight loss and may assist in cancer treatment.
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