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Medicine and treatment of disorders go a long way back. This is true even of the medicinal plants used to treat various conditions. The early Indian text, the Atharva Veda has several references to medicinal plants as well as the different ways they could be used.
Treating cuts and injury, managing ailments like malaria and typhoid and bringing down temperatures fell within the purview of this realm. While individuals were oblivious as to how these plants really functioned, they knew which did offer respite from pain and had a calming effect on the person who had been suffering.
Later on, when these plants were boiled, distilled as well as purified, they were converted to tablets, that have been more efficient.
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From the bark of the neem tree, which is used to reinforce gingiva and clean tooth, to its leaves, blossoms and fruits which can be used to treat numerous skin problems, the neem tree is an example of a wonder tree.
Consumption of neem leaves purifies the blood. Its anti-bacterial properties act as a fungicide, and has been effectively used to treat eczema, psoriasis and dandruff.
The basil or the tulsi as it is usually known in India has always been regarded as having purifying properties. A tea made from its leaves is very efficient in treating throat disorders.
The spread made from basil leaves is used for injuries and skin problems.
The seeds of the plant anise are used to tackle flatulence, colic and diseases of the digestive tract. Anise is a delicate plant and is sometimes given to kids as an expectorant.
Cinnamon acts just like a catalyst, hastening other remedies to work faster. It purifies the blood and also can help to combat infections. Fenugreek reduces infections in the lungs. Like fenugreek, coriander is utilized as a spice and has medicinal value.
The chamomile plant is known for its anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is used for protection against colds, to fight bacterial infection, to treat depression and anxiety, to treat menstrual cramps, to treat muscle spasms and also to treat irregular sleeping patterns.