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This is Part 3 of a series of articles on herbal plants that can help with many conditions and illnesses. These natural herbs can help you in many ways, even if you’ve never tried herbal medicine before. I encourage you to choose the one that you are most in need of and to try it out. It won’t take long for you to have your own herbal medicine cabinet. The spring tonic, nettle leaf, is also a general detoxifying agent that clears out waste products and strengthens the mucosa. It can also be used fresh to prevent allergic reactions to hay fever. It is very helpful in cases of gout and rheumatism. It is an astringent that is helpful in relieving excessive bleeding and discharge. The genitor-urinary system is aided by the tonic

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  • Nettle root. It is a good prostate tonic, and can be helpful in benign prostatic enlargement. It’s a great potherb that can be used in place of spinach or other fresh greens.
  • Peppermint is one of the most uplifting and beloved flavors. It is anti-spasmodic and carminative, and has a relaxing effect upon the muscles of your digestive system. It combats flatulence and stimulates the flow of digestive juices and bile. It is diaphoretic, anti-emetic, and carminative. It is a mild anesthetic for the stomach lining and can often relieve nausea. It is nervine and anti-microbial.
  • Combining Elder and Yarrow, this plant is a traditional treatment for colds, flu, and fevers. It has saved many lives over the centuries.
  • Pipsissewa is a diuretic. It has a specific antiseptic, astringent effect on the membranes in the urinary system. This can be relied upon for soothing and toning. It is a powerful anti-microbial agent that can be used to treat bladder infection, stones in the kidney, and gravel. To increase the soothing and protective demulcent effect, it is a good idea to mix this plant with Marshmallow root.
  • Plantain- A wonderful weed that can be found all year, it is also readily available. It has excellent healing properties and is expectorant, demulcent. It is a mild expectorant that soothes inflamed and painful skin, making it ideal for bronchitis and coughs. Its astringency helps with hemorhoids, diarrhea, and bladder inflammation. It reduces inflammation in the skin and intestinal tract. It is an effective treatment for blood diseases and glandular conditions. It is used internally as a traditional remedy. It can also be used as a poultice to treat the bites and stings of spiders, snakes, and insects.
  • St. John’s Wort is nervine. It can be taken internally and has a sedative effect and pain-relieving effects. This is useful for treating anxiety, neuralgia, tension, and any other anxious effects of menopausal change. It is recommended for the treatment of melancholia, or “the blues”, as an antidepressant. It can be used externally as an oil, or salve, as an astringent. It is an effective anti-inflammatory and healing vulnerary remedy for nerve injuries, muscle bruises, painful wounds and swelling.


We will be discussing the benefits of various oils when they are used in aromatherapy baths. We also have a great recipe that you can use to make your next aromatherapy bath.

  • Rosemary oil: Rosemary essential oils are great for relaxing achy muscles. It can also be used to treat gout, dry skin, poor circulation, and tiredness.
  • Geranium Oil: The essential oils of Geranium are great for treating acne, cellulite and oily skin.
  • Jasmine oil: Jasmine essential oils is great for lifting your mood. It can also be used to treat dry and sensitive skin, tiredness, and labor pains.
  • Linden Blossom essential oil: This essential oil can be used to relieve headaches, migraines, and stress. It is great for those who have trouble sleeping.
  • Lavender: The most well-known and popular essential oil of all is lavender. It is effective in relieving acne, allergies, headaches, stress, insect bites, stress, and scabies.
  • Mandarin: Mandarin essential oils can be used to treat acne, oily skin, dull skin, stress, and wrinkles.
  • Peppermint: Essential oils of peppermint can be used to treat headaches, asthma, sinusitis, vertigo, and vertigo.
  • Pine: Pine essential oil can be used to give you a boost of energy. It can help you feel more energetic.
  • Basil: Basil essential oil can help you stay alert and mentally sharp. It is very soothing and relieves nervousness.
  • Eucalyptus Essential Oil: Eucalyptus essential oils are great for clearening one’s breath.
  • Clary Sage: Clary Sage is great for lifting your mood.
  • Jasmine: Jasmine can be used when one is feeling mildly depressed. It can also help to boost confidence.
  • Orange: Orange essential oil is another great option for lifting your mood.
  • Chamomile: Chamomile essential oils are great for relaxing and feeling calm. If you are looking to create an aromatherapy spa, all of the essential oils mentioned above are great choices. There are many other essential oils that you can add, each of which can be used to treat a specific condition, body, or mind.

Final Tip

Below is an essential oil, aromatherapy recipe that will make your next bath relaxing and soothing. 2 oz of a carrier oil. Sweet almond is a good choice. 20 drops essential oil. Combine and store in an amber glass container. Before you go in, add a few drops to the bath and enjoy. You should ensure that oils you use are safe for children if you are bathing children. You may also want to reduce the amount you use in the bath.


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