Thursday, June 21, 2018

13 Jan

Brand New Medicinal Plants!

Looking for a natural cure? Look no further! 

Since ancient times we have been uncovering nature’s secrets. One of those secrets is the use of plants with medical attributes. Recent medicine is obviously more potent but this doesn’t take away from the effective use of herbal remedies. Medicinal plants are said to treat and heal a number of illnesses including burns, food poisoning and everyday aches and pains. This special collection of medicinal plants will also create a colourful and aromatic display in your garden. 

Available as either a collection of  2 8 Super or 12 Jumbo Ready Plants containing the following medicinal plants- 

Pink Echinacea Purpurea.

These bright carmine-red flower heads are great for treating burns and wounds. An effective detoxicant with antibacterial properties. This plant has general stimulatory effects on the respiratory and immune systems. Flowering time is from July through to September. 

Symphytum Officinale (pink & white).

This vigorous perennial plant treats cuts, sprains, sores, eczema, varicose veins, bruises and broken bones. The tea from this plant can be used to help a wide range of discomforts. Flowering time is from May to August. 

Medicinal Plant Collection

Lilac Verbena Offcinalis. 

This beautifully delicate plant can be used in teas for treating headaches, depression, fevers, nervous, exhaustion and gall bladder problems. Flowering time is from June to September. 

White Chamaemelum Nobile (chamomile.)

These daisy-like flowers can be used to make herbal teas as a remedy for problems with the digestive system and as a sedative to aid sleep and relaxation. Flowering time is from May to August. 

Arnica Chamissonis.

Many of you will be familiar with the use of arnica in herbal medicine. The same things apply with the ultimately natural plant as they do with the manufactured cream. Only meant to be used externally the flowers can be used in compresses for sprains and bruises or as an ingredient in salves and oils. Flowering time is from June to August. 

Prunella Vulgaris

A purplish blue flower that blooms from May to October. This hardy perennial plant can be used to treat high blood pressure, sore mouth and throat, food poisoning, high blood pressure, fever and diahorrea. It also has an antibacterial property. 

Are you feeling bombarded with unnatural medicine and want a change? These medicinal plants are easy to grow, and extremely effective- just follow the guidelines included with the plants on delivery and you’ll feel better in no time!
Click here to view our Medicinal Plant collections!


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