Medicinal plants to grow

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Medicinal plants to grow

Embellish your garden according to your floral tastes and your state of health. For the many virtues they possess, but also for the ease with which they can be cultivated, medicinal plants are becoming a must in our gardens. What are these plants?

Embellish your garden according to your floral tastes and your state of health. For the many virtues they possess, but also for the ease with which they can be cultivated, medicinal plants are becoming a must in our gardens. What are these plants?


Passionflower


Among the many benefits of passionflower, it also has a reputation for relieving nerves. To relieve the pressure after a hard day's work, a homemade herbal tea or infusion of passion flower tea is ideal. Passionflower relieves digestive disorders and breathing difficulties due to asthma. To grow passionflower, place it in rich soil with good exposure to sunlight. Place it next to a thin stem that will allow it to hold on as it grows. Keep your passionflower at a moderate temperature.


Aloe Vera


Aloe Vera is the star plant of our time, known for its benefits to the skin and hair. Indeed, Aloe Vera is used for healing and can be used without pharmaceutical treatment. You can use your homemade Aloe Vera products without any risk. It is one of the easiest plants to care for. It can survive in a dry environment and does not require any special soil requirements.


Mint


Mint is one of the plants that are rich in nutrients: calcium, manganese, magnesium, vitamins and iron. It has painkilling properties, especially for the skin, and helps to clear the respiratory tract thanks to its freshness.
It stimulates the secretion of bile and facilitates its evacuation. However, consuming it in large doses can cause a rise in blood pressure. Mint should be grown in rich soil and kept at a moderate temperature.


Sage


Medicinal sage is the officinalis and sclarea species. It is a reference for its digestive, diuretic and antispasmodic benefits. Requiring sunlight, it should be planted in an exposed spot and can be grown in a pot. To make a homemade sage tea, simply dry the flowers, stems or leaves and infuse them with hot water. Sage wine is also an excellent aperitif.


Lavender


Lavender is a plant that is highly recommended in the world of medicine. Appreciated for its smell, lavender has healing and antiseptic benefits. It is also consumed as an herbal tea, or used in the form of essential oil. It has digestive properties and, according to doctors, helps to treat skin problems in adolescents. As a country plant, it grows most often in soil rich in limestone and exposed to the sun. Use stone borders to help it grow.


Chamomile


Chamomile has digestive, anti-inflammatory and sedative effects among its benefits. It also has benefits for the female reproductive system. It is most often used as a tea, but there are also many chamomile products. Homemade chamomile tea is strong and can have a sleep-inducing effect. It is planted on especially fertile ground and requires a large amount of sand.

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