THESE PLANTS CAN BECOME YOUR LIFE SAVIOR.
Natural remedies always prove to be better than any other. And people have been using plants and herbs to heal themselves since ancient times. So, having a medicinal plant at home will always be helpful, as you might need it anytime.
1. Tulsi (Holy Basil)
Tulsi cures fever, common cold and any respiratory disease, as it has very strong germicidal, fungicidal, anti-bacterial and anti-biotic properties that help in curing all these diseases.
2.Gheekumari (Aloe Vera)
Aloe Vera is full of antioxidants, and contains natural immune boosters, which also help in combating the free radicals in the body. If a person has a very weak immune system, drinking aloe vera juice daily works the best.
3.Gende ka phool (Marigold)
This fact may be unknown to many, but marigold flowers are great for curing any sunburn, acne and blemishes. Also this herb cures ulcers and other digestive problems.
4. Ajmod (Parsley)
Parsley is not only useful for decorating our plate with garnishes, but it is also loaded with nutrients. Helps in preventing bad breath.
5. Rshi (Sage)
When people get mouth and throat inflammations, this herb is mainly used to cure the same.
When minor wounds and cuts happen this flower is used as an antiseptic. Also it has some antibacterial properties, which help in treating people with weak immune systems.
7. Methi (Fenugreek)
Methi is easily available in Indian homes. It is very helpful in cutting down the cholesterol level. Its seeds are equally important as they seem to be rich source of steroidal saponins which prevent the absorption of cholesterol and triglycerides.
8. Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)
Ashwagandha helps in fighting against many severe diseases like cancer, diabetes, arthritis and others.
9. Khus (Chrysopogon zizanioides)
Papaver somniferum, black and white Poppy seeds on wooden spoons, close up.
Sleep related problems can be easily cured by Khus. It contains calcium and phosphorus, which prevents bone related injuries as well.
This is a great alternative for the rise in demand for low-carbohydrate, low-sugar foods, as it is a natural sweetener.