Scientific name: Allium sativum
Habitat: refined Beds
Part used: Leaves; Flowers; Seed, Root;
Common Uses: Garlic has a very long been used in a particularly ailments like Candida, vaginitis and ringworm where its antiseptic, fungicidal, parasiticidal qualities have proved of aid. Garlic has a very long folk record of use in a broad range of treatments Antiasthmatic; Anthelmintic; Antispasmodic; Diuretic; Anticholesterolemic; Cancer; Expectorant; Antiseptic; Cholagogue; Diaphoretic; Febrifuge; Stings; Tonic; Stomachic; Vasodilator, Stimulant. Outwardly, the articulated juice of garlic is an outstanding antiseptic for healing the wounds.
Scientific nameZingiber officinale
Habitat: Ginger is mainly established in southern china, and also cultivated in Southeast Asia, Caribbean, West Africa and also mainly in India.
Part Used: Root, the main part
Uses: generally as we have said that the root is used, it has medicinally proved also that the root of the ginger is an effectual treatment of nausea. Ginger has several types of antioxidants. Ginger is esteemed in herbal as a stimulant and carminative to the gastro-intestinal zone. Ginger is valuably used in the home remedy for relieving dyspepsia, indigestion, colic and flatulence. Ginger is accounted to have an anti-histaminic feature. Ginger is calming for colds, cough, flu and other breathing related problems.
Scientific name: Camellia sinensis
Habitat: green tea (camellia sinensis) requires sun light; it has preference to slightly acidic soils (well-drained). Green tea as name suggests is evergreen, a shrub of 4 to 6 feet. It is inhabitant to Southeast Asia.
Part used: Leaves
Common Uses: Green tea leaves and also buds have long been used for stomach upset, cancer prevention, insomnia, and cholesterol. Chinese look upon green tea as expectorant, antitoxic, stimulant, diuretic, and stomachic. Green Tea, measured stimulant, astringent, and works as a nerve sedative, often helps in headaches.
It may also cause digestive turbulence and obnoxious nerve. The combination of green tea is also suggested for neuralgic headaches.
Scientific name: Hydrastis Canadensis: Other names Orange root, turmeric root, eye root, jaundice root, yellow root, yellow puccoon, wild curcuma, Indian dye, eye balm, Indian paint.
Habitat: Goldenseal is an inhabitant of the eastern United States and Canada, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, New York West Virginia. Goldenseal is established in the high level soil of shaded woods and damp places at the edging of forested lands.
Part Used: Root
Common Uses: Golden Seal has long been used as astringent, antibiotic, and anti-inflammatory properties. Golden Seal pacifies aggravated mucus membranes helping the ears, eyes, throat and nose.
Golden seal is taken at the first symptoms of respiratory problems, colds or flu. Golden seal may be used to help relive congestion, diminish fevers.
Golden seal helps in gastric catarrh, liver troubles, loss of appetite and in dyspepsia. It is a resourceful therapy for vomiting and sickness.
Scientific name: Gingko biloba
Habitat: Gingko biloba form typically grown-up at about 80' tall by 60' broad, medium growth.
Part used: Mainly Leaves
Common Uses: It is a strengthen antioxidant, it boost concentration and memory. Gingko Biloba strengthen the herbal compounds, boosting the absorption, bioavailability. Conventionally it has long been used to boost cerebral circulation, brain function, and blood flow. People with gentle asthma, heart disorders, Alzheimer's disease and may advantage from its therapeutic purposes.