Scientific name: Tabebuia spp.
Taheebo herb is also known as Pau d’ Arco.
Habitat: Taheebo develops
well in mountainous environment. It is found growing in Argentina
and Peru high up in the Andes.
Taheebo is also developed in low-lying areas (in Brazil and
Paraguay), where it is contemplation to have derived.
Part used: Inner bark of Taheebo
Common use: Taheebo is a valuable herb which has
virus-killing and anti-biotic properties. It increases the immunity
power for fighting the diseases and provides enough energy to the
body. Taheebo is very useful in the treatment of all immunodeficiency
diseases, chronic diseases and diarrhea. In south America it is
well known for the fighting with leukemia and cancer.
Scientific name: Artemisia dracunculus
Tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus) is a shrubby, small herb, in the sunflower family. Two species of Tarragon are cultivated, French and Russian.
Habitat: Tarragon is inhabitant to western Asia
and southern Russia. Nowadays, its main manufacturer is France.
Part Used : Stems, leaves
are frequently included. It is used as a fresh herb for the reason that the fragrance
of old tarragon is generally very poor.
Common uses: Tarragon's mild concoction
is used to cure hyperactivity and insomnia. It excites that
hunger and abets in digestion. Commonly Tarragon is recognized
as a flavoring in vinegar. It is frequently used in egg and
tomato dishes and also provides a different taste to sauces.
Tarragon also used well in fish, stews, soups and meat.
Tarragon, nothing like several other herbs, was not used
by earliest peoples.
It was declared momentarily in medieval writings as a pharmaceutical,
but did not draw closer into frequent use until the 17th century
Scientific name: Thymus spp.
Habitat: It is a perennial inhabitant to the Mediterranean.
Part used: Mainly leaves, but whole herb (leaves
+ stem) is also sold.
Gardeners of southern may wish to develop thyme indoors with the
intention that conditions may be warily proscribed. Most varieties
of thyme grow to merely 6-12 inches in height, thyme make a beautiful
edging. Leaves are in very beautiful combination of green-gray color.
Common use: Thyme can be used as a seasoning during
pregnancy, but do not use it as a strong medicine while you are
expecting a new life means when you are pregnant.
Medicinally Thyme is used as power antiseptic in the case of bronchial
diseases, anemia, intestinal problems, against tooth decay, skin
parasites. Thyme is also used for flatulence, cold, cough and colic.
Brew of thyme are often approved for coughs, as well as those consequential
from emphysema, whooping cough, and bronchitis.