In this article we take a look at amazing herbs that begin with F and G.
Fennel is a tall feathery plant that is cultivated for use in folk remedies. The delicious aromatic aroma sweetens the breath and aids the digestion. Fennel is a great herb to relieve gas symptoms and to remove excess mucus that builds up in the throat.
This strongly aromatic herb has a long history that dates back to ancient times. Ancient cultures cultivated fever-few and added it to headache treatments, menstrual remedies, and stomach cures. Surprisingly, traditional medicine incorporates the herb fever-few in a few migraine headache formulas
Ginger root was first added to folk remedies discovered by China centuries ago. Today, its popularity is still very apparent. Today, the ginger root's underground stem is commonly added to culinary dishes. The ginger root plant is also a favorite ingredient in a variety of folk remedies. Powdered ginger taken in tablet or capsule form is thought to be a very good digestive aid. Ginger tea is an excellent remedy for morning sickness and nausea. Ginger tea is also
consumed to treat colds and flu.
The ginseng root is cultivated and used for a wide variety of health related purposes. Ginseng has a great reputation in Asian countries and is thought a great cure for several health conditions. Today, studies show that ginseng is an adaptogen. It is an important factor in helping the body to resist stress and overcome a number of health problems.
(Please note that all the herbs listed are for information purposes only. Use due caution. The statements and information are not meant to diagnose illness or cure any type of ailment.)
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