Black cohosh has been used medicinally by Native Americans for centuries. They showed the European colonists about the health benefits of black cohosh. This herb became a popular treatment for women in Europe during the mid-20th century. It was also used in traditional Chinese medicine as a painkiller and anti-inflammatory. Do not confuse black cohosh… Continue reading Health Benefits of Black Cohosh May Make it the Best Herb for Women!
Dill (Anethum graveolens) is mostly known as a wonderful culinary herb, that pairs extremely well with fish. It is often added to meals including salads, pickles, hummus, sauces, potatoes, chicken and more. This herb is quite important in the cuisines of Europe and Asia. However, there are many health benefits of dill that we will… Continue reading 15 Health Benefits of Dill, a Soothing Herb
Vitex is one of the most useful herbs for women. It has been used for centuries, however it has recently become more popular and is easily accessible in pill and tincture form. This herb is very effective in supporting gynecological imbalances since it balances hormones. It is important to note that this herb does not… Continue reading Vitex, the Effective Hormonal Herb Regulator for Women
Cramp bark is one of the best herbs for women, since it can be used throughout most of a woman’s life. Medicinal uses include the relieve of pain and cramps in the abdominal region, cancer treatment, scurvy (a disease caused by vitamin C deficiency), pain and swelling of the uterus, kidney pain, swollen glands, mumps… Continue reading Cramp Bark, the Strong Muscle Relaxant for Periods and Pain
Maca root has grown in popularity in the recent years. It is considered to be an adaptogen, which is a plant, herb or natural substance that assists the body in adapting to stressors. This root is also considered a superfood because of all the health benefits that it offers. What exactly is Maca? The scientific… Continue reading 10 Benefits of Maca Root, Including Higher Fertility and Libido!
Nettle tea is so beneficial that it is recommended to be taken daily by many nutritionists and herbalists. However, this plant has a bad reputation for being a weed probably because it can grow wild and spread quite easily. Also many varieties sting so its unpleasant to manage. If people knew all the health benefits… Continue reading 13 Astonishing Benefits of Nettle Tea and other forms of the plant
Medicinal benefits of mugwort have been known and used since ancient times. Its Latin and scientific name is Artemisia vulgaris. Artemis was a Greek moon goddess, who was considered to be the patron of women and a midwife. This is why we can include mugwort in our list of herbs for women. It is useful… Continue reading 11 Medicinal Benefits of Mugwort that Range from Malaria Treatment to Detoxification