15 medicinal trees Yard Growth

Who else is planning a backyard herb garden? Sumerian civilisation used therapeutic plants, per Research Outreach roughly, 6,000 years ago. 

Modern herbalism has been reduced to foraging for catnip, motherwort, & dandelion in the spring. 

Veganism & home gardening are reviving herbalism's genuine meaning. 

According to Frontiers in Pharmacology, 80% of the world's population relies on herbal medications for primary care. 

My Little Green Garden says cultivating your own herbs is more educational, cost-effective, & convenient than foraging. 

But herbalism isn't only about plants. Some trees' bark, leaves, fruits, roots, & flowers have therapeutic effects. Read about medicinal trees. 

Birch (Betula spp.) symbolizes new beginnings & birth. The Forest School Association recommends birch tea for rheumatoid arthritis & urinary issues. 

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