10 Medicinal Plants For Home

10 Medicinal Plants For Home

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All the manuscripts of different ancient cultures around the world have mentioned various medicinal plants and their uses to cure several diseases in the human body. Since the Vedic period in India, Ayurvedic doctors have been applying herbs to treat infections and diseases. Modern medical science has recently acknowledged the healing capabilities of plants and has been implementing age-old formulas to manufacture today’s medicines.


You can easily plant these low-maintenance medicinal plants in your home garden to gain maximum benefits.


The 10 Best Medicinal Plants For Your Home Garden 

Look at the ten best medicinal plants and their uses to know which one will be suitable for planting in your house.

1. Tulsi or the Holy Basil Plant  

Tulsi, or the Holy Basilis one of the most commonly found 10 medicinal herbs in India in every household. Since ancient times, Tulsi has been used as a winder herb or medicinal plant to cure diseases like high cholesterol, high blood pressure, cough, headache, asthma, indigestion, sinusitis, ulcers, cramps, gastric disorders, etc. Tulsi is also a helpful healing agent to treat diabetes and arthritis.



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2. Ajwain Plant

Similar to the money plant in appearance, the Ajwain plant develops in clusters and has beautifully ridged leaves that demand daily trimming. These medicinal plants rapidly grow if planted in suitable conditions and can bear direct sunlight. Due to its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, the seeds of Ajwain or carom can heal problems related to the stomach, such as peptic ulcers and indigestion. It also works on reducing high blood pressure and cholesterol levels.



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3. Coriander Plant

Coriander leaves are a rich source of several healthy nutrients like calcium, potassium, protein, thiamin, vitamin C, K, carotene, niacin, and phosphorus. Coriander leaves help to check blood sugar levels by stimulating insulin secretion in the body. It also has several other functions like reducing cholesterol levels, treating Alzheimer’s disease, and promoting a well-functioning liver and good bowel movement. These medicinal plants will be beneficial for treating inflammatory disorders like mouth ulcers and arthritis. Rich in antioxidants, the coriander leaves control eye diseases and anemia.



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4. Aloe Vera Plant

Possibly one of the world’s oldest known herbs, people plant aloe vera in their homes for ornamental and health-related uses. Aloe vera leaves and stems are another example of medicinal leaves and their uses are multifold for your skin and hair. While some people drink aloe vera juice, others apply the gel on their skin and hair for nourishment. The aloe extract is a natural skin remedy that helps to deal with burns, irritations, insect bites, sunburns, cuts, and injuries, offering your skin a soothing and youthful effect.



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5. Lavender

Native to the Mediterranean mountains and North Africa. Lavender requires well-drained soil and bright sun for optimum growth. The essential oil from some lavender flower species contains other medicinal and cosmetic benefits. The antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties of lavender make it suitable for treating bug bites and burns. The fragrance and soothing quality of lavender make it an ideal agent for curing sleeping disorders, stress, anxiety, depression, etc. People with digestive problems can also try lavender tea to achieve better digestion.


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 6. Mustard

The mustard seed is filled with poly nutrients, minerals, and vitamins and helps cure digestion problems, enhancing the metabolism rate of your body. The component called selenium in mustard seeds is responsible for its inflammatory properties. Also, being a good source of magnesium, mustard seeds decrease the risk of low blood pressure, severe asthma attacks, and symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis. 

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7. Mint

The mint plant is renowned for its cooling properties, which cure irritable bowel, develop brain function, help in appropriate digestion, and subsides the common cold. It is the most convenient remedy to get rid of bad breath. These medicinal plants are also a significant source of nutrients and minerals like manganese, vitamin A, iron, and folate. Mint Chutney is a famous Indian condiment and fried, and fresh mint is used to garnish meal preparations. Warm temperature, moist soil, and full or partial sun are the ideal conditions for the growth of mint plants.

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8. Lemongrass

 Lemongrass is a fragrant perennial plant and can be grown in a home garden for its potential health benefits and tropical healing capabilities. The Ayurvedic name of lemongrass is Bhuslrina. The plant can remedy several health issues like laryngitis, sore throat, abdominal pain, headaches, etc. Its antipyretic property makes it helpful in treating fever. Those dieting to lose weight can consume lemongrass tea as an ideal detox drink. It also contains anticancer qualities, making it suitable as an appropriate therapy along with chemotherapy.


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Nowadays, the side effects of synthetic and chemical medicines have increased people’s inclination toward organic medicinal plants and their uses. Planting these at your home can give you easy access to their leaves, gel, oil, and flowers for other health and cosmetic purposes. If you are thinking of ordering medicinal herbs for your home garden, check out Ugaao to place an order now.  


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