4 Herbs Everyone Should Have in their ‘Medicine’ Cabinet
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4 Herbs Everyone Should Have in their ‘Medicine’ Cabinet

4 Herbs Everyone Should Have in their ‘Medicine’ Cabinet

by Elizabeth Renter

October 28th, 2013

There are perhaps hundreds, or at least dozens of medicinal foods and herbs that deserve a place in your kitchen’s herbal medicine cabinet. But for someone who is just getting their feet wet in the world of herbalism and natural healing, collecting numerous herbs can be overwhelming. For that reason, we’ve chosen 4 healing herbs to get you started—herbs that should be the cornerstones of every natural healer’s arsenal.

English: Turmeric plant found in Dakshina Kann...

English: Turmeric plant found in Dakshina Kannada district of India. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From calming upset stomachs to killing cancer cells, these 4 herbs have been shown time and time again to provide incredible healing powers.

1. Turmeric

Turmeric has numerous health benefits and is easy to incorporate in your cooking. The spice can reduce inflammation, fight depression, cut heart disease and diabetes risk, and has been researched extensively for its ability to beat cancer. Scientists from around the world have found turmeric to positively impact over 581 different diseases and conditions. It is one of the most well-researched spices on the planet.

While we commonly think of turmeric as the yellow spice in curries, you can reap it’s medicinal benefits in other ways as well. Golden milk tea or golden milk is one way people from the Middle East have taken turmeric for ages. Just make sure you know how to optimize turmeric absorption to reap the most benefits.

2. Ginger

Like turmeric, ginger is a root. Also like turmeric, the health benefits of ginger are amazing. The herb is particularly good at calming digestion, but can also fight cancer, inflammation, and boost your immune system. Ginger tea is an elixir that can be used for colds, sore throats, and upset stomach. Simply simmer some slivers of ginger in water for 5 minutes, cool slightly and drink. Add a little local honey to supercharge it’s benefits.

via 4 Herbs Everyone Should Have in their ‘Medicine’ Cabinet : Natural Society.

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