Healthy Herbs Hiding In Your Kitchen Cabinet!

by Gilly Brewster
(California, USA)

Healthy Herbs Hiding In Your Kitchen Cabinet….most people think that the herbs used in herbal treatments come from plants that are raised in an exotic climate or come from plants that most people have never heard of, but the simple truth is that there are many spices and herbs right in your cabinet, garden or freezer that can be used in a number of herbal remedies.

Let’s take a look at some some the contents of your spice cabinet and see which ones can provide healthy benefits and be used for herbal remedies as well.

Basil is a herb that many people use when making soups, stews, and Italian dishes. This herb can also be used as a herbal remedy to reduce coughs and fevers and even help relieve headaches. Cinnamon not only can stimulate blood flow, but it also can help keep your blood glucose levels within normal range. While ginger can be used to help settle an upset stomach.

Many people have cloves in their cupboard and use them in holiday cooking, but did you also know that cloves may be used to increase sexual potency and desire? Try adding a drop of clove oil to a cup of hot chocolate and see if it sets your partner in the mood for a little more than sleep.

Peppermint can be used to aid digestion and reduce fatigue while cumming and dill are great for people who have ulcers because they help remove stomach acid. Thyme helps to streetlight the lungs and garlic has both antibiotic properties and help to stimulate the liver. Rosemary stimulates the heart.

In fact, most of the herbs you have in your spice rack can be used in some way as an herbal remedy either in the treatment or prevention of a number of illnesses and conditions. These aren’t seldom heard spices, but spices you use on a daily basis such as garlic, red pepper, and parsley.

Unbeknown to most people your spice rack or cabinet is a veritable pharmacy filled with things that not enhance the flavor of your food, but enhance your health as well. It can be interesting to visit the library or go online and learn more about the herbal remedies that available right in your own home and how they used and what they treat.

Even if you if you are not one of those people who are changing over to using natural remedies on a more consist ant basis it’s nice to know what can be used in the event of an emergency.