4 Powerful Medicinal Plants & The Science Behind Them

4 Powerful Medicinal Plants & The Science Behind Them

4 powerful medicinal plants & the science behind them. Since the dawn of time, humans have worked with plants in order to heal, help and save. Today, we here at Bestie are going to list some of the best plants you can use as medicine, and all their medical properties as well. So sit back, relax and if you’ve lost a limb and are wondering which plant will help you reattach it, please call a hospital instead. Otherwise, it’s either Tea tree oil or Gingko… but seriously please call a hospital or at least a medical professional.

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Wonder Plant Number 1: Ginger. 01:39
Wonder Plant Number 2: Gingko. 05:20
Wonder Plant Number 3: Evening Primrose Oil. 07:21
Wonder Plant Number 4: Flax Seed. 09:16


Wonder Plant Number 1: Ginger.

Let’s talk about ginger expert Dr. Axe and his opinions on this awesome plant with sweet medical properties. DR.AXE defines ginger as a plant that comes from rhizomes, which are underground stems which grow horizontally and form roots while new stems and leaves grow on the top. In regards to health benefits, Dr. Axe says that ginger has been globally used as a natural remedy for thousands of years because of its medicinal purposes. With that said, there are many ways to use ginger. It can be used fresh from the ground or even in capsule form. According to the ORGANIC HEALTH CORNER, people can even use wrapped ginger to remove mucus from your lungs or even cure a cough.

Wonder Plant Number 2: Gingko.

We have to go all the way back to ancient times to find the origin of this medicinal plant. It’s use in medicine dates all the way back to ancient China, and it is one of the oldest tree species in the entire world. The leaves of this medicinal plant are used in capsules, tablets, and extracts, or it can be made into a lovely tea.

Wonder Plant Number 3: Evening Primrose Oil.

Sounds awful fancy, doesn’t it? Well, they should be, because these lemon scented moon flowers are often called “the Swiss Army Knife of the medicinal plant world”, especially when it’s in oil from. The oil is mostly used to alleviate the symptoms of PMS and skin conditions like eczema. It’s anti inflammatory properties also work wonders, and the oil is some of the safest stuff you could use on your body.

Wonder Plant Number 4: Flax Seed.

And from one plant that you can turn into a medicial oil to seed you can turn into a medicial oil (we guess it’s also a plant). Yes, flas seed can be ingested or turned into a sweet, sweet oil. According to experts, it’s been harvested for thousands of years and these days is revered for its antioxidant activity and anti-inflammatory (sound familiar?) benefits.

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