15 medicinal plants that'll change your life forever

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Valerian - The plant has powerful anti-stress properties. Its anxiolytic action is due to a substance that acts on the central nervous system.

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Aloe vera - The plant acts in cell multiplication, accelerating healing and also working as an antiseptic. It's can be used to combat dandruff and lice.

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Watercress - It's a diuretic, anti-inflammatory and can be used to treat oral thrush, gingivitis and acne. It also aids digestion and soothes coughing.

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Rosemary - Its active ingredients treat migraines, help with memory loss and low immunity, and even reduce rheumatic and joint pain.

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Arnica - Widely used as a cream to relieve rheumatic pain and tendinitis, it's also used to treat skin problems like acne and boils.

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Boldo - Rich in boldine, a substance produced by the liver that breaks down fats. This makes it effective in improving digestion and liver function.

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Marigolds - This famous flower has excellent healing properties and is used in the treatment of rashes, light burns, sunburns, fungi and acne.

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Peppermint - The plant relieves digestive colic, reduces inflammation in the bronchi, fights fatigue, liver, gas and digestive problems.

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Pepper - It facilitates digestion, relieves pain and has the power to accelerate the metabolism, helping in weight loss.

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Cloves - Its oil is used in dentistry as an analgesic and antiseptic. It's also effective against inflammation and swelling.

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Aniseed - Also known as Anis, the plant is very used against gas, stomach problems, cramps and migraines.

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Bay leaf - In addition to having antiseptic and soothing properties, it's also used to aid digestive and muscle problems, relieving pain and bruising.

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Mallow - Its leaves are anti-inflammatory, so its tea is recommended for gastric ulcers and it also helps treating skin problems.

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Tamarind - In addition to acting as a natural laxative, it's also used to treat infections caused by fungi.

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Thyme - It has an expectorant effect, helps relieve symptoms of coughing and bronchitis and also acts as an antiseptic.

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