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10 Miracle Herbs to Guard Your Health Better

10 Miracle Herbs to Guard Your Health Better.

People usually understand herbs as small plants that have a lifespan of 1 to 2 years. But many large trees are also considered herbs or medicinal plants.

Herbs are used for several purposes and categorized accordingly. There are culinary herbs, medicinal herbs, spiritual herbs, etc. 


Miracle herbs to guard your health
Miracle herbs that can protect your health.


Apart from leaves, herbs include other parts of a plant, such as roots, flowers, seeds, bark, resin, etc (although, they are often categorized as spices).

In this article, you'll find 10 miracle medicinal herbs that are extensively used in traditional herbal therapy (TCM, Ayurveda, Siddha, or Unani).
 
I'll highlight their uses and science-based health benefits, along with the limitations, if any.

List Of the 10 Amazing Medicinal Herbs

  1. Aloe Vera
  2. Neem
  3. Tulsi 
  4. Ashwagandha 
  5. Gotu kola
  6. Mint 
  7. Brahmi 
  8. Amla
  9. Garlic 
  10. Turmeric.


Miracle herbs to guard your health
10 Miracle Herbs

🌿1. Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a widely used evergreen plant. It is a succulent plant species from the genus Aloe. It is a perennial plant and originates from the Arabian Peninsula.

Aloe vera grows in tropical, semi-tropical, and arid climates around the world.

 Aloe Vera products are available in various forms. Such as- 

  • beverage 
  • skin lotion 
  • cosmetics
  • ointments,
  • and gel.

Usually, Aloe vera is a stemless plant, but you'll see some short-stemmed Aloe vera too. 

The leaves are green or grey-green, thick with flesh. Aloe vera leaf contains slimy tissues that can store water. Alovera products are mostly made from these tissues in gel form. 

Some species have white flecks on their stem surfaces. The edge of the leaf has small white teeth. 

The skin of each leaf contains latex. 

The essential component of latex is aloin, which has a laxative effect.

The flowers are produced in summer. Each flower being pendulous, with a yellow tubular corolla.

Aloe vera leaves contain antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, water, and amino acids. The leaves contain phytochemicals for potential bioactivities, such as-

    • acetylated mannans 
    • polymannans 
    • anthraquinone C-glycosides
    • emodin 
    • lectins
    • anthrones.

    Health Benefits

    • Prevent Infections

    Aloe vera is a popular herb for its antiviral, antibacterial, and antiseptic properties. So it can prevent infections caused by several types of viruses and bacteria. 

    • May Reduce Blood Sugar Levels
    Although there is a lack of evidence of the effects of aloe vera on diabetes, it is often used for managing the insulin levels in the bloodstream.

    A trial on 470 patients (on an equal number of prediabetic and type 2 diabetic conditions) suggests some potential benefits of Aloe Vera to improve glycaemic control in prediabetes and type 2 diabetes.

    • Skin Disease and Wound Healing

    Aloe vera-based gel is commonly used to treat several skin diseases. The outcomes of the application of gel on psoriasis, acne, eczema are reported to be effective. It also helps in preventing wrinkles.

    Research indicates that Aloe Vera is effective in wound healing, especially in preventing and healing skin woundsIt also helps retain skin moisture.

    • Oral Disease
    Aloe-based toothpaste, mouthwash, and similar products are useful to treat many oral diseases that include bleeding of teeth, gum inflammation, and dental plaque.

    Several studies show the excellent benefits of aloe vera-made mouthwash for reducing plaque


    Limitations of Aloe vera

    Lack of evidence. 


    According to the NCCIH
    • Overuse of aloe latex may increase the risk of adverse effects, such as heart problems, abdominal pain, and cramps.
    • During pregnancy and breastfeeding, the oral intake of aloe vera (both in gel and latex) may not be safe.  
    According to Mayo Clinic, overdoses of aloe vera(oral intake) may cause severe side effects. They don't recommend oral intake of aloe vera for children under 12.

    🌿2. Neem

    Neem (Azadirachta indica), aka Indian lilac, is a tree in the mahogany family Meliaceae. It is one of two species in the genus Azadirachta.  

    Neem is native to the Indian subcontinent. It grows in tropical and semi-tropical regions. Neem trees also grow in some parts of Iran.

    Use of Neem as food

    Countries like India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam use neem flowers, buds, leaves, and fresh fruits to prepare healthy dishes.

    In Bangladesh and Eastern India, neem-begun bhaja (fried neem with brinjal) is a widely used dish in summer.

    The tender shoots are eaten as a vegetable in India. 

    Veppampoo Charu (neem flower rasam) is a south Indian soup. 

    The other Popular dishes include-

    • Sadao-Thailand
    • Sau dau-Vietnam 
    • Kadao-Cambodia 
    • Tamar- Myanmar 

    Use of Neem as Herbal Medicines 

    Neem is known as the ''wonder herb''. 

    In India, it has been used as herbal medicines for centuries.

    The bark, fruits, and seeds are typically used to produce ayurvedic medicines, including neem oil.

    Neem is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent. 

    • Antioxidants are substances that may protect cells from the damage caused by unstable molecules,s known as free radicals. Free radicals damage may lead to several diseases, even cancer.
    • Neem has antimicrobial effects and can be effective against a variety of bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
    • Neem is considered a blood purifier.
    • It is useful for preventing and healing diseases related to skin and hair. Neem is commonly used for the treatment of acne and dandruff in Ayurveda.
    • Neem fights against viruses and bacteria-borne diseases. 
    • Neem oil is used as an insect repellent. It is effective against sand flies and mosquitoes. 
    • Neem is used to support key organs, like the heart. Liver and kidney.

      Limitations of Neem

      Although the herb has numerous benefits, it has some limitations that you shouldn't overlook.

      • No specific doses have been established yetOverconsumption of Neem may cause some forms of toxicity, such as encephalopathy and ophthalmopathy.
      • Not enough research has been done to evaluate all the benefits of neem as claimed.
      • Lack of high-quality clinical evidence to indicate the use of neem for any medical purpose.
      • During pregnancy and best feeding, women should avoid neem.


      🌿3. Tulsi- Holy Basil [Ocimum sanctum]

      Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum), aka holy basil, is an aromatic perennial plant in the family Lamiaceae. 

      It is native to the Indian subcontinent but widely cultivated in the tropical regions of Southeast Asia.

      Usually, tulsi leaves and flowers are used to produce herbal medicine in Ayurveda.

      Apart from religious reasonsTulsi is cultivated for extracting essential oil and for making traditional medicine. In Ayurveda, It is widely used as a herbal tea.

      The use of Tulsi in Ayurveda is widespread. Tulsi is revered as "Mother Medicine of Nature" and"Queen of Herbs"

      Furthermore, Tulsi is known as ''Nectar of Life''.

      Holi Basil acts as a powerful tonic for the body, mind, and soul. 

      In India, basil is used as an ingredient in spiritual rituals and daily health maintenance. This is why Tulsi is cultivated in many homes. Tulsi is also widely used in Siddha medicines.

      Tulsi contains Chlorophyll, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, calcium, and zinc.

      Tulsi can protect organs and tissues against chemical stress from industrial pollutants and heavy metals. It can also protect against prolonged physical exertions. 

      There is ample evidence that basil can cope with physical, chemical, metabolic, and psychological stresses.

      Basil has higher phenolic content and antioxidant properties. As a result, it helps to keep the internal organs of the body free from toxins.

      clinical study of 50 adults (30 males, and 20 females) found that using a 500 mg capsule twice daily kept the body toxin-free and stress-free.

      Basil also helps prevent cancer caused by toxic compounds by reducing DNA damage.

      Tulsi has an anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal activity. 

      Tulsi boosts the immune system and thus defenses against infective threats.

      Tulsi has been used in the treatment of various bacterial infections that includes the following- 
      • urinary tract infections 
      • skin infections, 
      • wound infections
      • various types of pneumonia 
      • fungal infections
      • cough
      • cold and fever 
      • cholera 
      • typhoid 
      • tuberculosis 
      • acne
      • and many more.

      Tulsi may protect against mosquito-borne diseases such as dengue, malaria, and filariasis.

      Improve brain functions, reduce pain such as muscle pain and joint pain.

      Furthermore, tulsi can lower blood sugar levels by reducing various symptoms of diabetes (the silent killer), such as high cholesterol, obesity, hypertension, and more.

      You might be interested in reading about the use and benefits of Gymnema Sylvestre, the sugar destroyer vine.

      Limitations of Tulsi

      Lack of long term clinical trial on humans to evaluate the health benefits of tulsi.

      Although Tulsi is one of the safest herbs while using commercial tulsi, the quality may be questionable in some cases.

      🌿4. Ashwagandha (Withania Somnifera) 

      Ashwagandha is a medicinal herb categorized as an adaptogen. It is considered a divine medicine and widely used in AyurvedaAshwagandha is native to India and North Africa. 

      The term ''Ashwagandha'' is a Sanskrit word that means the smell of the horse.

      Other names of this divine herb include Indian Winter Cherry and Indian Ginseng.

      The biologically compound of Aswagandha include-
      • alkaloids, such as isopelletierine, anaferine, cuseohygrine, anhydride, etc.
      • steroidal lactones, such as withanolides, withaferins
      • saponins
      • sitoindosides. 
      The plant extract and its bioactive compounds are used in Ayurveda for thousands of years. 
       
      Aswagandha and its extracts have been traditionally used for prevention as well as treatment of numerous diseases that include arthritis, impotence, anxiety,  neurodegenerative and cardiovascular diseases, even cancer, and more.

      Health benefits of Ashwagandha

      According to Ayurvedic medicine practitioners, Aswagandha can produce the best benefits in treating diverse health problems as it has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and immunomodulatory activities.

      It is useful in healing nervous exhaustion, insomnia, loss of memory, reducing stress, and enhancing cognitive function.

      The effectiveness of Aswagandha in the following conditions are well-documented:







      🌿5. Gotu kola (Centella Asiatica)

      Gotu kola is another miracle herb widely used in Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Other names of Centella Asiatica include Mandukparni, Indian pennywort, and JalBrahmi.

      It is found in most tropical and subtropical countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Madagascar, South Africa, Eastern Europe. 

      Recently, it is becoming popular in the Western world. 

      Centella Asiatica is a  perennial herbaceous vine belonging to the family Umbelliferae. It is a tasteless, odorless plant that grows around water. 

      The small green leaves are fan-shaped with white or light purple-to-pink flowers. It yields small oval-shaped fruit. The whole plant is used to produce medicines.
       
      Gotu kola is the Chinese name and reportedly known as “miracle elixirs of life” for thousands of years. Gotu kola does not contain any caffeine. 

      In Ayurveda, Gotu kola has been used in treating numerous chronic diseases. 


      In the 19th century, Gotu kola and its extracts were also incorporated into the Indian pharmacopeia.

      The culinary use of Gotukola includes various kinds of salad, porridge, health drinks, and herbal teas.

      Health Benefits of Gotu cola

      Ayurvedic doctors recommend it for wound healing and for the treatment of various skin diseases that include-
      leprosy 
      lupus 
      varicose vein 
      eczema
      psoriasis 
      diarrhea 
      and more.

      It can prevent various kinds of nervous diseases, such as Parkinson's, numbness, paralysis, Bell's palsy, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, etc.
       
      According to several studies, Gotu kola is beneficial in treating the following conditions-
      • high blood pressure 
      • for memory intensification 
      • for revitalizing the cells of nerves and the brain 
      • for reducing anxiety and depression
      • to improve blood circulation and for preventing circulatory-related diseases, such as varicose veins and hemorrhoids.
      • for boosting longevity.

      Western medicine recently reported, Gotu Kola and its alcohol extracts have positive outcomes in treating leprosy.

      Further reading: Verywellhealth

      Limitations/Restrictions of Gotu Kola:

      • Pregnant and best-feeding women, children, and patients with symptoms of liver disease shouldn't use it.
      • Insufficient Research.

      🌿6. Mint (Mentha Longifolia)

      Mentha or Mint is an aromatic, broad-stemmed, perennial herb. The leaves can be of different colors like dark green, gray-green, purple, blue, and pale yellow. 

      The leaves are seen to be white to purple flowers. The fruit looks like a nut containing one to four seeds.

      The leaf of mint (fresh or dried) is used to prepare various kinds of dishes. 

      Fresh mint is used to make mint water, a favorite Indian homemade drink.

      The leaves have a warm, fresh, aromatic, and sweet flavor. Mint leaves are used in teas, beverages, jellies, syrups, candies, and ice creams.

      Mint is used in various dishes of Asian, American, and European cuisine. 

      In Indian cuisine, Mint (pudina) is for flavoring cooked vegetables, curries, and other dishes.

      For making Touareg tea (a popular tea in northern African and Arabian countries), Mint is an essential ingredient.

      Health Benefits of Mint

      Among the many components present in Mint, menthol is the most essential ingredient for the pharmacological effects of the plant.

      • Mint essential oil and menthol are extensively used as flavorings in breath fresheners, drinks, antiseptic mouth rinses, toothpaste, chewing gum, desserts, and candies.
      • Menthol is an essential ingredient of many cosmetics and some perfumes. Menthol and mint essential oil are used in aromatherapy to relieve post-surgery nausea.
      • There are several uses of Mint leaves in traditional medicines. Mint was originally used as a medicinal herb to treat stomach aches and chest pains. It is also used in treating irritable bowel syndrome.
      • Mint tea is good for digestion. To prevent indigestion, Ayurvedic doctors recommend some mentha-based herbal medicine. 
      Various studies show that mentha is capable of reducing digestive problems.

      Limitations of Mint

      Although it is used in many consumer products, mint may cause allergic reactions in some people.

      According to the Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS), peppermint oil may cause skin irritation and redness. So, precaution is needed when it is used on the skin of the baby. 

      🌿7. Brahmi

      Brahmi (Bacopa Monnieri) is a medicinal herb usually grown in tropical and sub-tropical regions. 

      It is found in Southeast Asia, the tropical region of Asia, sub-tropical United States, tropical Africa, and Australia. 

      It has soft stems which bear green oval leaves and small white flowers. The leaves contain protein and also a good source of antioxidants. 

      The other names of Brahmi include the following-

      • Herb of Grace
      • Herpestes Monniera
      • WaterHyssop
      • Indian Pennywort
      • Jalanimba
      • Jalnaveri
      • Nira-Brahmi
      • Thyme-Leave Gratiola

      Brahmi is widely used in Ayurveda to enhance cognitive functions, memory power, and learning skills.

      Health benefits of Brahmi

      The health benefits of Brahmi includes the following-
      • Brahmi contains powerful antioxidants that can neutralize free radicals.
      • It has an anti-inflammatory property, so it can reduce inflammation.
      • Bacopa Monnieri extract has many antioxidants, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties. So, it is useful for skin and hair care.  
      • Brahmi can improve brain function. Research suggests that it can improve the speed of visual information processing.
      • Brahmi can reduce certain types of pain including joint pain, and muscle pain.

      🌿8. Amla(Emblica Officinalis)

      Amla(Amlaki) is a light green fruit native to India known as Ayurvedic wonder

      The word ''Amla'' is derived from the Sanskrit word Amlaki, which means Nectar of Life. Amla is commonly known as Indian Gooseberry.

      Small to medium-sized tree with simple leaves has green-yellow flowers. The almost round light green-yellow fruit has six vertical stripes. The fruit is mostly available in winter.

      In India, Amala is eaten raw as well as boiled. It is cooked and eaten with various vegetables and pulses. Besides, Amalaki pickles, Amalaki juice, and "Morobba" (a kind of sweet) are also made and preserved.

      In Indonesia, the inner bark is used to prepare the fish soup.

      Health Benefits of Amla

      Amla is a nutritious fruit that contains high amounts of vitamin C (ascorbic acid). It can fight viral and bacterial ailments.

      Amlaki also contains punicafolin and phyllanemblinin A, flavonoids, kaempferol, ellagic acid, and gallic acid.

      All parts of the plant (such as leaves, roots, bark, and flowers, fruits, and seeds) are used in the preparation of ayurvedic medicines.
        
      Amlaki is a good source of Vitamin C and antioxidants. Supplements are available in various forms, such as Amlaki Churna (powder), Amlaki juice, candy, tablets, capsules that can boost your health.

      In Ayurvedic medicines, different parts of the plant are used as various parts of the plant have antidiabetic, hypolipidemic, antibacterial, antioxidant, antiulcerogenic, hepatoprotective, gastroprotective, and chemopreventive properties.

      Improve Digestive functions-Amla is a rich source of fiber. It helps strengthen the digestive system and prevent constipation. It may reduce stomach acidity.

      Boost Metabolism-In Ayurveda, amla is considered as a metabolism booster and used to control overweight. 

      Boost Immunity System-The antibacterial and astringent properties of Amla boost your immune system.

      Prevent Cancer-Various studies suggest that amlaki may inhibit the growth of various kinds of cancer cells.

      Slower Ageing-Amla is believed to have anti-aging property.

      Reduce Blood Sugar-Amla contains chromium that acts as an insulin regulatory agent and helps reduce blood glucose levels.

      Improve Eyesight-Carotene contents of Amla helps improve your eyesight.

      Anti-inflammatory- Amlaki may reduce inflammation and pain.

      Haircare and skincare- Due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, Amla is useful for nourishing your hair and skin. 

      Furthermore, as per Ayurveda, Amla is effective in treating the following health conditions-
      • Atherosclerosis
      • Diabetes
      • Diarrhea
      • High blood pressure
      • High cholesterol
      • Joint pain
      • Obesity.

      LimitationS of Amla

      • Pregnant and best feeding women, the disease should avoid the oral intake of Amla.
      • Diabetic patients under medication should be careful while using it, as it may lower blood sugar levels.
      • Insufficient research and lack of evidence in support of most reported health benefits.

      Further reading: Globalresearchonline

      🌿9. Garlic

      Garlic (Allium sativum) is a perennial flowering plant. It has a tall, erect flowering stem. The garlic plant's bulb is the most widely used part of the plant. 

      Garlic bulbs are usually divided into numerous fleshy cloves. Garlic cloves are popular around the world for their pungent, spicy flavor. 


      Apart from the cloves, other parts of the plants like leaves and flowers are also used.

      Numerous dishes are prepared from garlic, such as garlic bread, garlic rice, garlic butter, garlic soup, garlic sausage, garlic finger, garlic ice cream, garlic juice, garlic tea, and so on. 

      The pharmacologic properties are different for different types of preparation. 

      Garlic contains Vitamin Bi, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, calcium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus copper, manganese, zinc, selenium, and a small amount of fiber.

      Health Benefits of Garlic:

      Garlic is one of the best-researched herbal remedies which is widely used in treating numerous health problems. 

      Some of the miraculous health benefits of garlic are :

      • Immunity booster- The nutrients and antioxidants present in garlic can fight against cold and flu. Eating garlic is a natural way to boost immunity.
      • Anti- Inflammatory- Garlic oil acts works as an anti-inflammatory. It is helpful to prevent cartilage damage.
      • Effective in Cardiovascular disorder- Allicin is an essential compound of garlic that can regulate blood cholesterol and blood pressure. 
             According to different studies, Proper consumption of garlic has a significant cardioprotective effect.
      • Skincare -Antibacterial and antioxidant properties help keep your skin bacteria-free. Rubbing raw garlic over pimples helps to remove them.

      Limitations of Garlic: 

      • If you have symptoms of allergy and asthma, avoid the consumption of garlic. 

      🌿10.Turmeric

      Turmeric (Curcuma Longa) is a perennial flowering plant from the ginger family, Zingiberaceae.

      Turmeric (Haldi/Haridra)is widely used in cooking and in Ayurveda for thousands of years. 

      It is a rhizomatous, herbaceous plant native to the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia. The rhizomes are used fresh or boiled in water then dried. The dried rhizomes are ground to make the orange-yellow powder.

      The turmeric plant produced curcumin, a yellow chemical that's used as
       a food additive.
       
      The good news is, curcumin is approved for use as a food additive by the World Health Organization, the European Parliament, and the Food and Drug Administration of the U.S.

      Turmeric powder and is widely used as spices in Asian cuisines. In some parts of the world, turmeric is mixed with rice while cooking to enhance the color and flavor.

      Turmeric leaves are also used in a variety of dishes in some countries, including Indonesia. The purpose is to enhance the taste and color. Health benefit is a bonus.
       

      Health Benefits of Garlic

      Curcumin is the major component of turmeric, which has several proven health benefits, supported by modern science. I'm mentioning some of the science-based benefits of this miracle herb hereunder: 

      • Anti Cancer
      Curcumin derived from the turmeric plant is a polyphenol which has anti-cancer property. Extensive research over the few decades has shown that polyphenol can prevent and even treat cancer.

      • Anti-inflamatory & Anti-aging Effects
      Health experts believe that aging can be slowed down and the onset of age-related diseases can be postponed by caloric restriction and by blocking some kind of inflammation. 

      As curcumin is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent,  it may improve the health status of the elderly and slower the process of aging.

      • Alzheimer's disease 
      Various studies show that turmeric is effective in preventing and treating Alzheimer's, a progressive neurodegenerative disease.

      • Cardio Vascular Effective

      Turmeric has a significant protective effect on the cardiovascular system. It can help maintain a healthy cholesterol level.

      • Gastric Ulcer

      Various clinical trials have shown that curcumin plays a significant role in gastric ulcers.

      An open, second-stage examination was performed endoscopically on 25 patients with gastric ulcer. Participants were provided 600 mg of powdered turmeric five times daily.

      After 4 weeks of use, the ulcer was completely cured in 48% and 76% of patients after 12 weeks of treatment, without any significant adverse reactions.

      • Dental Treatment
      Ayurvedic doctors recommend using turmeric-based toothpaste. Since it is anti-inflammatory, massaging warm turmeric paste helps to reduce toothache and swelling.
      • Skincare
      India has a history of applying raw turmeric paste for thousands of years to boost skin health. 

      At wedding ceremonies, massaging the body of the bridegroom with turmeric paste is common.

      Limitation of turmeric:

      • Although pure turmeric is safe, in some cases, it is found that commercial turmeric used harmful fillers. So quality is questionable for unlabelled and unbranded turmeric.

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      Conclusion

      ''Prevention is better than cure'' is the key to lead a healthy life.
      Edumediawellness always emphasizes preventive measures of health.

      Most of the ten herbs contain antioxidants that protect your body from free radicals.

      Almost all of them discussed in this article have culinary use. 

      So, add beneficial herbs to your diet (raw or cooked). That's the best way to maintain your health naturally.

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