Tips for handling medicinal plants and their active ingredients

Tips for handling medicinal plants and their active ingredients

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Chamomile - Good for stomach and intestinal problems

Many medicinal plants have been known since the Middle Ages and their mode of action has been proven many times. Popular plants such as chamomile, which is completely safe to use as a tea, can be used for self-medication without worry. With others, you should definitely get professional advice.

Herbs and medicinal plants for household use
The medicinal plants Basil, lemon balm, sage, mint, chamomile and thyme grow gratefully in almost every herb garden. Many of the common culinary herbs have long been known as home remedies - prepared as tea or tincture - such as the beneficial and anti-inflammatory effects of chamomile for stomach ailments, the calming effect of the sage for sore throats and the mood-enhancing basil for depressed mood. However, when treating yourself, you should always consider that the mode of action of an herb or one medicinal plant also has limits and see a doctor or alternative practitioner if symptoms persist.

Use medicinal plants correctly
medicinal plants are usually harmless, but nevertheless, expert advice can help you get the best benefit from the remedy. Books or the Internet often help. Here you can find out about undesirable side effects, which are rare, and also read how and when the medicinal plant is best harvested. It is also important to know which parts of the plant are best used. With some medicinal plants it is the flowers, others the leaves. Some need to be dried before use, others, such as mint, can also be freshly brewed as tea. So you want to go into the subject in depth medicinal plants busy, you should get the necessary information. The following are helpful the information on Wikipedia.

Poisonous medicinal plants
Of course, medicinal plants can also lead to poisoning when ingested. The houseleek helps externally with skin diseases such as burns and corns, but when used internally leads to severe vomiting. And don't forget: You can also have an allergic reaction to one or the other herb!


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