Botanical Gardens medicinal plantsBotanical Gardens medicinal plants

Dear Reader, Thanks for reading my Blog. We all love Greenery & Beautiful Gardens. But do you know Nature also Gifted us few miraculous botanical gardens medicinal Plant / plants with its Medicinal use. There are many botanical gardens medicinal plants with a wide variety of uses, but here are a few popular ones to get you started:

Below are few important Botanical Gardens Medicinal Plants:

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a very useful Home Medicinal & Beautification plant; Aloe Vera Pulp is boosting our Immunity & Digestive Power. It is also a natural beauty product due to its Anti-aging Properties. Aloe Vera Gel helps in getting rid of Acne, Oily Skin. Aging Wrinkle’s. It also makes Skin Softer and Naturally Shine. Aloe Vera may be used for burning eyes problem. We can easily plant Aloe Vera in our home garden due to its rough but green attraction look. Note: Before for using aloe Vera Leaves need to remove its thorny portion by the knife, also aloe vera may create digestive issues upon overeating, hence it is used with the consultation of doctors.

Aloe vera = Botanical Gardens medicinal plants
Aloe vera

Tulsi (Basil)

Tulsi (Basil) is a religious & medicinal plant found in India. It is found in every Hindu Household in India due to its Cultural religious Importance. Basil or Ocimum basilicum fragrant herb is not just delicious in pesto and pasta. The leaves can be steeped in hot water for a soothing tea or applied topically to reduce inflammation. But along with the Cultural aspect, Tulsi is a scientifically important Medicinal Plant. It contains many magical properties such as Anti-Cancer Properties, Anti-Bacterial, Indigestion, Stress Reliever, Anti Cough, Anti Diabetic, Hair & Skin Problem. Chewing of 4-5 Tulsi Leaves or drinking Warm water added with Tulsi Leave, Ginger Crush & Honey relieves the Fever, sore throat & Cold Symptom. Tulsi Leave paste benefit on removing Acne problems & making Skin looks pure & shiny. Drinking Tulsi Leave Juice daily is beneficial on various Hair & Skin Problems. Daily chewing 10-15 Tulsi leaves will help in proper blood circulation, control on heart disease & Stress Reliever.

Tulsi helps in increasing Oxygen circulation inside our home.

Basil - Botanical Gardens Medicinal Plant
Basil – Garden Medicinal Plant

Mint (Pudina)

Pudina or Mint is also a medicinal plant Useful on digestive Diseases, Nausea, Cold Symptoms & Morning Sickness in Pregnant Women’s. Pudina is consumed as a seasoning in Cold Drinks, Food, Mint Tea, which is beneficial for good digestion, detoxifying Lungs, and Asthmatic Diseases. You can plant Mint at home Garden this plant along with greenery it also works as an Air Freshener for home. Mint or Mentha spp. also haves many varieties, each with its own unique flavor and medicinal properties. Peppermint is a common choice for digestive issues, while spearmint is often used for respiratory problems. Mint can be enjoyed in teas, salads, or even used as a natural decongestant.

Mint - Botanical Gardens Medicinal Plant
Mint

Ginger

Ginger is a Stem and a Popular Indian spice as well as medicinal plant. Ginger or Zingiber officinale spicy root is a great remedy for nausea, indigestion, and motion sickness. Ginger tea can be soothing for an upset stomach, and ginger chews can help ease nausea. It is also useful for our health, which helps in Digestion Relief, Reliving Nausea, Easing in Cold & Flue. It is also used in Cold Drinks & Tea as a Taste Enhancer. Tea made with water & crushed ginger is beneficial for kidney & Lung, Asthmatic diseases & detoxifying digestive system.

A mixture of Ginger, Garlic, Lemon & Honey with Boiled water is beneficial for treating Veins Blockage & Heart Disease &.

We may easily plant a Ginger Piece in Pot in Home & Garden.

ginger health benefits - Magical heal Herbs: A natural healing remedy
Ginger – Magical heal Herbs

Garlic: (Allium sativum) This pungent bulb is not just a culinary staple, but also a powerful natural antibiotic and antifungal agent. Garlic can be eaten raw, cooked, or used in supplements to help ward off illness and boost the immune system.

Garlic
Garlic

Thyme (Ajwain)

Thyme is a popular spice and medicinal plant in Indian food as a seasoning on food items due to its Crunchy Hot Taste. Due to its Antibacterial & Decontamination Properties called Thymol makes it a natural mouth freshener. Tea Made with Thyme helps in reducing the effect of Cold & Respiratory diseases, proper blood circulation & Support Immune System. You may easily Plant thyme shrub in our House Garden.

thyme
thyme

Curry Leaves

Indian Household Garden medicinal plant is Curry leaves as a natural food flavor enhancer, spice and medicinal plant. Those can be very useful for Digestive Diseases, beneficial for Weight Loss Diabetes, Good Eyesight, Heal Healings & Memory Enhancer. You can plant Curry Leave in your Garden; it also works as a Natural Air Freshener for your house.

Curry Leaves
Curry Leaves

Gulvel or Giloy:

giloy kadha
giloy kadha

Giloy is another magical garden medicinal plant. Gulvel which is also called as Giloy having magical medicinal plant benefits for curing and enhancing immunity against diabetes and sugar diseases. Gulvel is a Forestry crawler plant and can be planted early in any home garden. Gulvel kadha is very popular among diabetic and sugar problem patient. It is very easy one just need Gulvel or Giloy sticks need to boil in drinking water and after straining that water can be called as Kadha or Gulvel Tea and better to consume twice a day in lukewarm form for better results towards immunity enhancement during type II diabetes and sugar level balancing.

Chamomile: (Matricaria recutita) A daisy-like flower known for its calming properties. Chamomile tea is a popular remedy for anxiety, insomnia, and digestive upset. The flowers can also be used in a compress to soothe irritated skin.

Chamomile - garden medicinal plant
Chamomile – garden medicinal plant

Lavender: (Lavandula angustifolia) This versatile herb has a beautiful aroma and a multitude of uses. Lavender oil can be used for relaxation, aromatherapy, and wound healing. The dried flowers can be made into sachets or placed in pillows to promote sleep.

lavender - garden medicinal plant
lavender – garden medicinal plant

Rosemary: (Rosmarinus officinalis) This woody herb is not just for roasting potatoes. Rosemary tea can be used to boost memory and circulation, and the leaves can be used topically to relieve muscle pain.

Rosemerry - Garden Medicinal plant
Rosemerry – Garden Medicinal plant

Calendula: (Calendula officinalis) This cheerful flower is a natural antibiotic and anti-inflammatory. Calendula oil can be used to heal wounds, burns, and rashes, and the petals can be infused into tea for soothing digestive issues.

Calendula
Calendula

Echinacea: (Echinacea purpurea) This spiky flower is well-known for its immune-boosting properties. Echinacea tea or tincture can be taken at the first sign of a cold or flu to help shorten the duration and severity of symptoms.

Echinacea Plant
Echinacea Plant

St. John’s Wort: (Hypericum perforatum) This yellow-flowered herb is a natural antidepressant. St. John’s wort tea or capsules can be used to treat mild to moderate depression, but it is important to talk to your doctor before taking it, as it can interact with some medications.

S. Johns Wort - Botanical gardens medicinal plants
S. Johns Wort

So, friends, there are many such botanical gardens medicinal plants which not only increase the greenery in our garden but also benefit us health-wise. With a little research, you can find plants to help with a variety of ailments and enjoy the benefits of natural healing right at home.

Please remember: It is important to consult with a healthcare professional before using any botanical gardens medicinal plants, as some can interact with medications or have other side effects.

Thanks for reading,

GymBag4u Team.

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