Bacopa

Bacopa

Bacopa Monnieri. Family: Plantaginaceae Bacopa, a perennial creeping herb, thrives in damp soils and marshes across the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, and other tropical regions like Madagascar, the Caribbean, South America, and Hawaii. A small succulent plant...
Catnip

Catnip

Nepata cataria | Family Lamiaceae Nepeta cataria, a well-established medicinal herb, stands distinguished among its counterparts like N. mussinii (syn. N. racemosa), N. nervosa, N. grandiflora, and N. x faassenii, which primarily serve as ornamental additions to...
Boneset

Boneset

Eupatorium perfoliatum | Family: Asteraceae Having grown and utilized Boneset for numerous years, I highly recommend it as a must-have remedy for the flu season. Its efficacy in alleviating body aches caused by viruses, especially those accompanied by neurological...
Umckaloabo

Umckaloabo

Pelargonium sidoides | South African Geranium | Family: Geraniaceae Traditional Uses: Indigenous people of South Africa traditionally used Pelargonium sidoides roots for various ailments, including diarrhea, colic, gastritis, tuberculosis, cough, hepatic disorders,...
Solomon Seal

Solomon Seal

Polygonatum spp. Solomon’s Seal, a prized herb renowned for its efficacy in treating musculoskeletal injuries, holds a special place in my herbal clinic. Having cultivated it for years, I’ve not only ensured a reliable supply for my practice but also...