Since ancient times this aromatic herb has been believed to have properties to improve the memory. Perhaps because of this, rosemary became an emblem of both fidelity and remembrance in literature and folklore. Traditionally, sprigs of rosemary are worn on Anzac Day and sometimes on Remembrance Day.
Shatavari, or Asparagus Racemosus has been used for a long time in Ayurveda as a treatment for the female reproductive system. The name of this plant has a direct translation meaning having one hundred roots. Shativari root herb has been used for centuries in tonic, tablet, and powder form.
Rhodiola rosea is also known as golden root grows in cool climates of Eastern Europe and Asia. It is used in traditional healing modalities for treating fatigue and mood swings. Rhodiola root herb is a potent adaptogen that helps the body and mind. The main compounds identified in this flower include rosin, salidroside and rhodioloside.
Although leaves, roots, buds and fruit offer relief when applied to burns and cuts, the best method of using natural plants to prevent infection is through the use of their oils. However, even a white potato makes an excellent poultice that draws out the corruption. Here are some items typically found in a home kitchen that serve as Natural Antibiotics.
Neem is the reliever of diseases according to traditional Indian healers. Its extracts have been used for thousands of years for maintaining overall health. The bark, roots, gum, leaves, and the seeds of the neem tree are all useful both internally and externally.
Corydalis has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine as a blood mover, sedative and painkiller since the eighth century A.D. in China. Today, it is still used alleviate abdominal and menstrual cramps and as an herbal sleep aid to relieve insomnia. Corydalis is a bitter, slightly acrid and warm herb that has been used effectively as a sedative and tranquilizer.