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Most Useful Plants You Must Have in Your Home

The beneficiary plants that you should have in your home to keep the chemicals away from your family.

Nowadays if anything happens we directly run to the hospitals. Why don’t we use home remedies or natural remedies? Grandmother’s touch of magic used to cure every disease. It’s important on these expensive days, why don’t we keep those plants which are useful for our health. By which we can remain happy, a healthy mind, body, and soul. 

In these articles, I have mentioned some of the plants that are rich in the highest medicinal value compared to that allopathy or other million species around the globe which are worth planting around your house.

Tulsi
Tulsi

1. Tulsi: According to Ayurvedic texts there are four types of tulsi that are mentioned Rama, Krishna, Vana, and Karpoor tulsi. Tulsi is known as the queen of herbs for over decades and is known for its remarkable healing properties.

(a) Nowadays we people consume tulsi as herbal tea

(b) Doctors recommend tulsi oil as an ear drop

(c) The oil that is extracted from the Karpoora tulsi is mostly used in herbal toiletry. It is also used for insects and bacteria.

(d) For severe acute respiratory syndrome the Rama tulsi is an effective remedy and the juice of its leaves gives relief in cold, fever, bronchitis, and cough.

(e) People wear tulsi beads and have believed that tulsi leaves have certain physical and medicinal properties.

Aloevera
Aloevera

2. Aloevera: The Aloevera plant is edible some people used to consume it. Aloevera is used to fasten up the healing and reduce the risk of infections on the wounds, cuts, burns, and reducing inflammation. Apart from its external usage on the skin, it is also taken internally in the treatment of digestive problems, poor appetite, chronic constipation. Nowadays people prefer to drink Aloevera juice for ulcerative colitis.

Gotu Kola
Gotu Kola

3. Gotu Kola: This plant acts on various stages of connective tissues development and stimulates the healing of the problems like ulcers, injuries on the skin, decreasing capillary fragility, etc. The Gotu kola is used to cure leprosy, Venus insufficiency, it increases attention span and concentration and it revitalizes the brain and our nervous system.

Calendula
Calendula

4. Calendula: Calendula is best known as a remedy for skin problems. It doesn’t have any problem with nutritionally poor, very acidic, or very alkaline soils, just as long as it’s moist. The deep orange-flowered pot marigold variety is applied externally to the bites, stings, sprains, wounds, sore eyes, varicose veins.

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Internally the calendula is used to treat fever and the infections like chronic. 

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The tea of the petals tones up the circulation and is taken regularly which eases the varicose vein.

Basil
Basil

5. Basil: We Indians used basil a lot many times in food but we haven’t tried it to heal flatulence. It has the healing power to treat the cuts, lack of appetite, stomach gas, scrapes.

Thyme
Thyme

6. Thyme: Is rich in antiseptic nature. Is amazing when it comes to the treatment of congestion, cough, and stomach gas.

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