Botanical: Carum Carvi
Parts Used: Fruit.
Habitat: The plant is mainly found in the central and northern parts of Asia and Europe; although where it mainly occurs in these countries Caraway is simply considered a species of naturalized, having actually escaped from nurturing or cultivation.
Medicinal Uses: The both Caraway plant oil and fruit possess fragrant, stimulant and carminative properties. Caraway was widely recommended in symptoms of attending hysteria and dyspepsia and other disorders, menstrual pain, diverticulitis, flatulence, stomach cramping, and labor pains.
Scientific name: Rhamnus purshiana
Parts used: The medicinal property of Cascara Sagrada is used as a dried bark. Fresh bark be inclined to cause griping and nausea.
Medical uses: The Cascara Sagrada is mainly used for the treatment of liver, intestinal gas, and gall bladder disease and bloated liver also.
Botanical: Nepeta cataria.
Part Used: Leaves, herb are basically used.
Habitat: Catmint or Catnip, English wild plant belonging to the family Labiatae, where the Deadnettles and Mints are also members of same plant, is commonly found in the southern and the central counties of England, in borders of fields, hedgerows, on waste ground, and dry banks and, especially in fine and gravelly mud.
Medicinal Action and Uses: Diaphoretic, Carminative, refrigerant, tonic, and slightly emmenagogue, especially mildly stimulating and antispasmodic.
Scientific name: Nepeta cataria.
Medical uses: In the ancient times it was mainly used for the right treatment of colds, nervousness, influenza, and any kind of fevers during the Average age and alleged to prevent with the more painful bladder condition diarrhea, flatulence, colic, interstitical cystitis, and any type of childhood diseases, also preventing morning sickness, premature births, and miscarriages.
Habitat: Three feet high plant which is found in North America and mainly grow in moist soil.
Scientific name: Uncaria tomentosa.
Part Used: Central bark and root of the plant.
Common Use: This is basically used for the variety treatments of conditions, generally gastrointestinal. Immuno-stimulant properties of Cat's Claw help the body fights off with any type of infections and protect body against the degenerative diseases.
Habitat: It is mainly found in jungle areas of Asia South and America.
Botanical: Capsicum minimum.
Part Used: Fruit, dried and ripe.
Habitat: Zanzibar but now developed in most hot or tropical and sub-tropical countries.
Medicinal Uses: A powerful local refreshment tonic, with no any kind of narcotic effect and widely used in very hot climates as a condiment, and most helpful in prevention of the stomach and intestines.
Scientific name: Cedrus spp.
Religious fact: The religious fact about the Cedar that symbol of power and durability. It is also believed about the Cedar is used in special occasion in which attract the money.
Habitat: It is common type of herb which can be found in all over the world and grow in any typical climate.
Botanical: Anthemis nobilis.
Part Used: Flowers and herb.
The whole plant is valuable for medical use and the main quality is centered in the flower-heads which is known as capitula's, the herb is used to make the herb beers.
Medicinal Uses: Achic, Tonic, antispasmodic and anodyne is used medically.
Botanical: Stellaria media.
Part Used: Herb
Habitat: It is inhabitant of all temperate or climate and north Arctic regions.
Medicinal Uses: Demulcent, refrigerant.
Botanical: Cinnamomum zeylanicum.
Parts Used: Bark.
Habitat: Ceylon, but grows abundantly in Malabar, Eastern Islands, and Cochin-China, Sumatra.
Medicinal Uses: stimulant, carminative, antiseptic astringent; more effective as a local than as a common stimulant; and powder can usually mixed with other medicines .