Which herbal medicines are safe to take?

A list of herbal medicines that are safe for use, with their ingredients, doses, side effects, and warnings.

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Green tea extract: For those with skin and mucous problems.

It may help reduce the symptoms of psoriasis.

1,200mg per day is the lowest recommended dose.

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Green coffee: It helps to clear up the skin, so it’s recommended to take at least one cup a day.

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Chamomile: For the stomach, for a period of 24 hours or longer.

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Green papaya: For anemia, and to relieve pain.

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Red raspberry: A tea that’s high in antioxidants, such as vitamin C, magnesium, and potassium, helps to prevent the growth of yeast and fungi.

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Red apple: The best way to treat the cold, so you can get your vitamin C. 1 7.

Green onion: This is a tea that has been used for centuries to treat nausea and other symptoms of a cold.

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Lavender: For asthmatics and the elderly.

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Cucumber: For constipation, to help you breathe.

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Papaya: It’s an anti-inflammatory, so the benefits of it can be seen even in a short period of time.

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Orange juice: A good way to help with insomnia.

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Cinnamon: This tea has a high level of antioxidants, so they help to prevent allergies and help with weight loss.

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Garlic: A spice to help relieve pain and congestion.

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Ginger: This spice is used to treat a variety of ailments, including constipation.

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Lemon juice: It has antioxidant properties that help reduce cholesterol levels.

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Garam masala: This juice helps relieve pain, depression, and other conditions, including arthritis.

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Lemon balm: Used to treat arthritis.1 18.

Aloe vera gel: It contains antioxidants, like vitamin C and B6, that help to reduce inflammation.

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Green chai: This herbal tea has been said to have anti-inflammatories, and it is said to be helpful for many conditions.

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Ginger root: This plant contains antioxidants that help prevent many types of heart disease.

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Green parsley: This herb has been a favorite in the ancient Indian culture, and many doctors have recommended it to patients.

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Garbanzo bean: It is a good source of iron, which is helpful for preventing the signs of anemia.

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Fennel seed: This seed has anti-oxidants and anti-fungal properties.

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Ginger extract: It reduces inflammation and helps with arthritis.

It is also used to help treat arthritis and diabetes.

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Parsley: It can be used to relieve stomach upset, so there’s no need to avoid it. 1 26.

Green mustard: Used in the Middle East to treat malaria.

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Parsnip: It causes diarrhea and is used in traditional Chinese medicine.

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Ginger ale: This drink is popular in Europe, so take at most four cups a day to prevent dehydration.

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Cinnamon root: It may reduce blood pressure, and helps reduce the pain of arthritis.

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Black pepper: It stimulates the heart to fight against heart disease and other ailments.

It’s also used for treating diarrhea.

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Cinnamon leaf: It gives a bitter taste to tea, so this is a great way to enjoy it. 2 32.

Orange peel: It provides a bitter aftertaste, so eating orange juice may help.

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Blueberry: This sweet, blueberry juice is used as a natural remedy to treat allergies.

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Mango: It treats constipation and diarrhea.1 35.

Zucchini: It aids digestion.

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Green onions: They are used in Indian cooking.

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Celery root: They can be a pain reliever and a good digestive aid.

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Green beans: This can be eaten for a long time.

It can also be eaten as a soup.

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Green peas: This has antioxidant and antihistamine properties.1 40.

Lettuce: It prevents bloating and bloating caused by sugar in sugar free diets.

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Beetroot: This may be used for the treatment of constipation to help prevent it.1 42.

Beet greens: Beet greens contain phytonutrients that help protect the body against disease.

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Black tea: This leaves a bitter flavor and can be very beneficial for people with diabetes.

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Parsly: It lowers cholesterol levels and helps to reduce the risk of heart attacks.

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Parsi: It acts as a muscle relaxer.

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Kale: It keeps you in a state of alertness and helps improve concentration.

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