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Top 5 Herbs to Grow For Medicinal Use

HerbsMEDICINAL USES OF SAGE
Use sage internally to treat fevers, bronchitis, headaches, canker sores, sinus congestion, sore throats and bad breath. Use it externally for itching, scalp problems and wounds.

MEDICINAL USES OF PEPPERMINT
Use peppermint internally for bronchitis, colds, flu, colic, colitis, fever, flatulence, heartburn, menstrual cramps, migraines, nausea & sore throats. Use it externally for fatigue, bad breath, headaches, itching, muscle pain, sinus congestion and toothaches.

MEDICINAL USES OF DILL
Use Dill internally for bad breath, bronchitis, colic, coughs, flatulence, poor appetite and lactation

MEDICINAL USES OF FENNEL
Use Fennel internally for colic, cramps, flatulence, gout, indigestion and lactation

MEDICINAL USES OF THYME
Use Thyme internally for asthma, bronchitis, colds, flu, cough, food poisoning, fevers, migraines, nightmares & sore throats.

There is so much more to herbs and spices than just their culinary use for improving the taste and flavours in cooking. They also offer many health benefits, many people are rarely using the healthiest and most potent herbs or spices that would offer the greatest benefits to their health.

Powerful disease fighting antioxidants, anti-inflammatory properties, antibacterial properties, and weight loss are some of the health benefits associated with consuming herbs and spices. Another benefit of using more and different seasonings instead of salt is that you will hopefully subtract unnecessary added sodium from your cooking, and, therefore, your diet.

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