Plants for a medicinal garden
Good morning friends, in today’s space I leave you with some great plants so that they are part of a good medicinal garden.
Depending on the space you have, add plants whose properties are medicinal .. you can make a wonderful paradise, even in a place of reduced dimensions.
Whether in the patio, in the garden or perhaps in the kitchen or on the terrace. add some plants of this type and you will see how beautiful and practical this vertical garden is.
The Basil, is a very aromatic plant, becoming an excellent option to plant in the home. You can, also, start from a plant with your roots that you have bought in the market and let it grow a lot.
garden with medicinal plant
Be careful that the cold does not tend to like you very much and perhaps requires a little more work. But with a little sun and water, you will have beautiful basil, which in addition to serving to make a Caprese salad or a pesto, will come to you marvelous due to its digestive action, its potential to stop hair loss and much more.
Grass or wheatgrass is a fashionable and quite new plant. Once it has reached a good volume, you can use it to make the famous green wheatgrass juice, which is practically pure chlorophyll and has energy benefits, as well as being considered a kind of superfood.
Without any doubt, one of the medicinal plants that have the most properties under its belt is garlic. The good thing is that you do not need anything out of the ordinary to have a little garlic in your house since you can do it even from a pot and starting from a head of garlic bought in the market.
What is the use of having garlic? To cleanse the blood and fight hair loss; to lower blood pressure and to kill infections; for. And so you could continue for a few more lines.
Not only is it a spice that will do wonders in a sauce, stew or baked potatoes, but it is also a very aromatic plant, easy to grow and that will offer you great medicinal properties.
The idea is to buy a small plant in a nursery (and even in some grocery store), let it grow and then take it to a pot or open land to grow. It does not need a lot of water, but it does need a lot of sunlight. You can use it for digestive infusions, to fight fungi and even against acne.