These are very good herbal remedies for you life which you can get easily at your home.
Turmeric comes from the root of the Curcuma longa plant and has a tough brown skin and a deep orange flesh. Turmeric has long been used as a powerful anti-inflammatory in both the Chinese and Indian systems of medicine. Turmeric was traditionally called “Indian saffron” because of its deep yellow-orange color and has been used throughout history as a condiment, healing remedy and textile dye.
The most popular herb among Americans, Ginseng has many attributes. Apparently, it helps to improve mental performance as well as memory and also serves to regulate mood swings.
Others claim that it boosts the immune system and helps to manage diabetes. While it generally makes one feel healthier, some say that it also has cancer-fighting properties. The only catch is that there has not been any adequate research that proves this.
With the proliferation of ginseng, one would think that there would have been copious amounts of research being done. However, because different companies use different types of ginseng, and the effects of ginseng are hard to measure, studies have yet to be carried out.
As with all supplements, people must always consult their doctor before taking ginseng. It may not be advisable for those who suffer from low blood sugar and for those who are on painkillers to take ginseng.
Ginger is a great home remedy ingredient to keep on hand. Not only does it help upset stomachs, it is also a natural pain reliever and decongestant. Create a warm ginger tea sweetened with honey to stimulate your circulation and clear your nose and lungs of excess mucus.
Not only are garlic supplements said to help reduce cholesterol, blood pressure, and boost the immune system, these are also supposedly instilled with cancer preventing properties. Although there is almost no information or research to support these statements, there has been no research that says that they are bad for you.
Echinacea is also a very commonly used supplement. Like ginseng, it is derived from a plant, a flowering plant to be more specific. Almost the entire plant is used in its manufacture, including the stem and roots. The benefits of Echinacea include strengthening the immune system and making one more resistant to colds and coughs.
It also speeds up the recovery process for those who suffer from respiratory infections. However, some studies conducted do not show that Echinacea has any effect on those who suffer from colds. Studies have also shown that long term ingesting of Echinacea can have adverse effects on the liver.