A list of amazing herbs that begin with the letter D and E. Amazing Herb treatment remedies.
The dandelion is a very easy plant to recognize. It grows wild across the country. The bright yellow flowering heads of the plant can be seen blowing in the breeze across lawns and gardens. Many drink dandelion tonic to treat all types of ailments. It is used externally to treat infections, warts, and skin problems. Dandelion greens are a good source for Potassium and Vitamin A. Dandelion leaves are diuretic and have a laxative effect on the body.
The roots of the devil claw plant are used to treat a variety of ailments which include liver, kidney, and bladder disease. The plant gets its name from its strange appearance that looks like a bunch of hooks protruding from the top.
Dill seeds are thought to relieve stress symptoms. Dill seeds are also a good cure for colic and flatulence.
This narrow leaf herb is actually part of the daisy family and grows wild across the United States. The plant has been used in folk remedy medicine to purify the blood. It stimulates the immune system and increases white cell production in the body,.
Elderberry is a very useful folk remedy. Elderberry makes a delightful wine and tonic. People drink elderberry tonic to treat urinary problems, edema, and cold symptoms.
This herb is thought to be a great healer. The leaves are used in a steam preparation to treat a cold or flu. Eucalyptus leaves repel insects, kill germs, stop infections, and ease lung congestion.
Eye bright is a herbal plant found commonly in Great Britain and across Europe. The small plant is legendary in folk lore medicine for making a healing eye wash or tonic. Thought to be beneficial for common colds and the flu. Helps to loosen mucous.
(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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