Lavender is used for stomach complaints, anxiety, insomnia, and added to infusions for treating diabetes and insulin resistance. According to the British Herbal Pharmacopoeia, it's useful for flatulence, colic, and depressive headaches. Learn More about Lavender here.
Lemon Balm has been used for its benefits on the gastrointestinal tract, nervous system, liver and bile. It also has use in aromatherapy. It contains harmine constituents much like Passion Flower and Ayahuasca vine. It reduces oxidative stress, and is said to improve mental function. Learn More about Lemon balm here.
Lemon Peels is loaded with nutritional value. It's used for stimulating the digestive tract and calming upset stomachs. Herbalist also find it useful for dealing with with colic and indigestion. It's great in Kratom infusions because of its acidic nature. Learn More about Lemon peel here.
Lemon grass is not to be confused with lemon haze Cannabis. ;) It does get its name from the obvious observation that it's a form of grass with a lemon scent and flavor. It's used for the common cold, flu, and much more. It actually contains citronella which is used to repell insects and mosquitos. It has far more benefits than that though. Learn much more about the , and its medical benefits here!
In a nutshell, Linden Flowers are used in the same fashion as other Mucilage containing plants. Like Mullein Leaf, it's used by herbalist for sore throats, colitis, colds, flus, etc. Mucilage coats mucous membranes to soothe inflammation and irritation. Some even suggest it for ulcers. Learn More about Linden flower here.
This is a medicinal plant from Africa. It has a reputation there for improving circulation and as a powerful Aphrodisiac. It contains phytochemicals called phytosteroids. It's traditionally prepared in the form of a tea. Learn More
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