medicinal plants benefits

Medicinal plants are the types of plants used in herbology or herbal medicine. These plants possess therapeutic properties or have beneficial effects on the human body. Read on to know the notable medicinal plants' health benefits!

Giloy
It is an Ayurveda herb that has been used in Indian medicine for ages. It is a powerhouse of antioxidants, which fight free radicals and keep your cells healthy & free from diseases. Giloy is a universal herb that boosts immunity, something we need during the challenging times of widespread coronavirus. 

Bhringaraj
Bhringaraj, also known as ‘False Daisy’ is a traditional herb recommended for long, strong and silky hair. It offers protection to the liver from harmful chemicals that can damage it. Also, Bhringaraj has immunity-boosting properties which offer protection against infections & helps you stay healthy.

Tulsi
Tulsi is an Ayurvedic herb, also called Holy Basil, ‘Queen of Herbs’ or ‘Elixir of Life.’ It lowers blood pressure, treats gastrointestinal disorders, regulates blood sugar, and helps relieve the joint pain associated with arthritis.

Patharchatta
Patharchatta is a succulent medicinal plant. The intake of Patharchatta leaves juice breaks the stone present in the kidney and eradicates it through urine. It effectively soothes any pain in joints or muscles. The leaves of the Patharchatta plant have astringent properties that help to calm down redness, swelling and irritation in the skin. 

Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera is a popular medicinal plant that people use for treating skin infections and injuries.  Aloe Vera plant has antibacterial, antiviral and antiseptic properties that help heal wounds and treat skin problems. It reduces dental plaque, helps treat mouth ulcers and may also treat constipation. 

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