Peter rabbit goes through his adventurous life learning many important lessons. One day, he accidentally sneaks into Mr. McGregor’s garden. Realizing he was lost and was being chased, he ran for his life. Exhausted, he finally reached his sweet home. His mother, then, gave him some Chamomile tea and sent him to bed. His body relaxed and rejuvenated with the effect of Chamomile.
Nature has blessed us with many beautiful plants. Some of them hold therapeutic qualities. These are called herbs. Herbs contain culinary, medicinal and aromatic properties that help to boost our health.
Ageing, sleep disorders, nausea, cold & cough, inflammation, detoxification, digestion, congestion, bloating, cramps, aches, and the list goes on. All of these can be successfully recovered with the power of revitalizing herbs. Herbs attach a better taste to your food, a better value to your life, are good for environment and a powerhouse of strength.
Using herbs like cool parsley, sweet basil, sunny thyme, green fennel, ginseng and licorice raises the level of white blood cells in our body. In fact, it is an excellent way to support the body naturally just the way, nature has intended for us.
The World Health Organization has estimated that 80% of the world’s population relies on traditional medicines, including herbs, for primary health care needs.
Let us come forward in the light of nature and hand-pick some herbal antioxidants that have the power to sustain us and maintain good health
- Golden Chia Seeds/ Gin Chia – The Trade Secret of Cowboys!
A very well-known root and herb, Gin Chia is recognized to provide unmatched strength, and stamina. Consider it as a ‘King of Tonics’ which has the ability to heal, sustain health, ease in menopause, and kick that depression out.
Ever wondered how those cowboys would just get-up-and-go? It was because they used Gin Chia in their diet which gave them a lot of energy to carry out their daily demanding activities.
- Thyme – A culinary staple with therapeutic properties
A superb and delicious accompaniment to Italian and Mediterranean dishes, soups and sauces, thyme has many health benefits such as boosting immunity, lowering blood pressure, alleviating cough, etc. Its aroma has antiseptic and antifungal properties which makes it an important ingredient in pesticides too.
- Licorice (Sweet Root) – A natural antioxidant
Licorice or Lycium is one of the most popular herbs in the world that helps in skin diseases, hair loss, cancer, eye ailments and boosting immunity. Apart from its culinary uses in soups and juices, this Chinese lycium fruit helps in weight management, digestion, inflammation, etc.
The list has just started. Add it up with basil, oregano, parsley, chives, coriander, lavender, peppermint, rosemary, etc and you will have a recipe for perfect culinary dishes. Enjoy the taste. Relish your health.
Are you in the pink ?
Author: Latika Sawhney
Latika Sawhney is an expounder & entrepreneur in the wellness domain. She is also an adept freelancer in web content writing. Using suitable literary devices, along with the knowledge of modern business curves, she endeavors to manifest vital facts to the reader. Her purpose is to provide important information in a coherent manner to make better choices.