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The his­tory of humans with herbs is quite pop­u­lar. They have come in handy in vari­ous daily chores and activ­it­ies, and they have been a part of our food recipes. The herbs around also came in handy in many med­ic­al treat­ments. Ancient times did not have soph­ist­ic­ated med­ic­al instru­ments. The severe lack of tech­no­logy forced many to turn to organ­ic ways. For them, it was a start. The Sci­ence of Ayurveda revolved around herbs and oth­er nat­ur­al products. The res­ults were hope­ful, and many doc­tors star­ted to adopt nat­ur­al herbs as medi­cines. The tech­no­logy of the present took vast leaps in recent dec­ades. There are many stud­ies relat­ing to the improve­ment of life­style and well­ness.

The answer to crit­ic­al ail­ments is often chem­ic­al-based drugs. There can be adverse side effects. With the advance­ment of time, the adul­ter­a­tion of these products has increased. The reac­tions are now more fre­quent and worse. The solu­tion for many lies in organ­ic-based products and returns to the ancient roots. There are still many herbs that come in handy for clin­ic­al bene­fits. They are afford­able and come with min­im­al risks to the con­sumer.

A Healthy Life

A healthy life is often the most desir­able thing for many. It is not just because of one thing or the oth­er, and many describe a healthy life as a com­bin­a­tion of many cri­ter­ia. A healthy life includes social inter­ac­tion, men­tal hap­pi­ness, and excel­lent phys­ic­al health. It is dif­fi­cult to achieve as it requires dis­cip­line and rules. There are many com­mon ail­ments like cough, cold, and insom­nia which come dir­ectly from irreg­u­lar eat­ing or sleep­ing habits. It can also be due to an imbal­ance between work and per­son­al life.

Now, we will dis­cuss how these sev­en herbs can help an indi­vidu­al improve the stand­ard of life-


The herb Rose­mary ori­gin­ally comes from the Medi­ter­ranean part of the world. It has fra­grance prop­er­ties. The plant is small in size, and the Rose­mary is easy to extract from the leaves. Sev­er­al indi­vidu­als use it in per­fumes as it has power­ful fra­grance prop­er­ties. Stud­ies prove that Rose­mary has clin­ic­al bene­fits and can relieve stress in the con­sumer. Sev­er­al sur­veys also show that Rose­mary comes in handy with indi­ges­tion. It helps the digest­ive sys­tem increase the pace of break­ing down com­plex food sub­stances into sim­pler ones. The herb might also come in handy in can­cer treat­ments.

Sting­ing Nettle

Sting­ing Nettle comes from Com­mon Nettle, grown in a trop­ic­al cli­mate. It is typ­ic­ally less than 4 meters tall and has small yel­low flowers. The plant is one of those few whose roots and leaves are bene­fi­cial. Spe­cial­ists claim that the roots and leaves of the plant can be a part of dia­betes treat­ment. It reduces hyper­ten­sion and also increases urin­a­tion. Dia­bet­ic patients usu­ally suf­fer from stress, and this herb can treat the same. In some cases, Nettle has also come in handy as a pain reliev­er. The inflam­ma­tion in the muscles can be relieved by the enzymes present in the Sting­ing Nettle.


Weed comes from the Marijuana plant, which serves as the source of Hemp extract. The Hemp extract comes from the parts of the Marijuana plant. Sev­er­al stud­ies con­firm that Hemp extract has clin­ic­al bene­fits to the con­sumer. Hemp extract provides the pop­u­lar CBD extract, which comes in handy in pro­du­cing CBD-based products. Weed relieves stress, improves diges­tion, increases sleep­ing hours, and increases stam­ina. Weed helps in improv­ing the well­ness and life­style of the con­sumer. Weed is ver­sat­ile and can come in handy as gum­mies, vape juice, and wax. It can induce a daze in the con­sumer due to Tet­rahy­drocan­nabin­ol inside it and relieve insom­nia. The Hemp extract is a pop­u­lar choice of con­sumers to decrease muscle pain.

Lately, you can get your share of weed from sev­er­al pop­u­lar vendors who also provide Weed Deliv­ery ser­vices.


Dan­deli­ons come from the Aster­aceae fam­ily of plants. It is avail­able glob­ally and is a pop­u­lar choice for many flor­ists. Dan­deli­on flowers con­tain many enzymes which have clin­ic­al bene­fits. It has anti­ox­id­ants that reduce the effects of free rad­ic­als present inside our bod­ies. The flower of dan­deli­on comes in handy in decreas­ing cho­les­ter­ol and help­ing with symp­toms of dia­betes. Dan­deli­on is organ­ic and causes no adverse side effects on the con­sumer. It can also reg­u­late blood pres­sure which affects hyper­ten­sion in patients.


The root of the ginger plant forms ginger. Ginger is easy to extract from plant roots and can come in handy in many daily food products. Ginger per­forms a crit­ic­al role in sev­er­al bever­ages like tea. The plant has a nar­row blade of leaves, which comes in handy in oth­er treat­ments, and it relieves hyper­ten­sion and increases the pro­ductiv­ity of the con­sumer. Ginger can also improve diges­tion which will ulti­mately increase well­ness.


Cin­na­mon is pop­u­lar among adults. It comes from the genus Cin­namo­mum, which has nar­row leaves, and Cin­na­mon is fam­ous for its aro­mat­ic prop­er­ties. It can decrease the sug­ar levels in the blood­stream after con­sump­tion.  Stud­ies show that Cin­na­mon has anti-dia­bet­ic prop­er­ties. The anti­ox­id­ants inside the Cin­na­mon help in reliev­ing the mood and improv­ing life­style.


Pars­ley comes from the flower­ing plant fall­ing under Api­aceae. The plant is pop­u­lar in European and Medi­ter­ranean coun­tries. The enzymes in Pars­ley increase urin­a­tion, help­ing with kid­ney stones. Pars­ley is also rich in Vit­am­in C, which plays an essen­tial part in our body. It also pro­motes healthy blood sug­ar levels help­ing dia­bet­ic patients. Some stud­ies claim that Pars­ley might be an addi­tion to can­cer treat­ment.

How to Add these to your Life­style?

Herbs are ver­sat­ile and can come in handy in vari­ous sub­stances. Herbs can mix with food recipes and daily-use bever­ages. The dose of many herbs like weed should be in reg­u­la­tion. Increase the quant­ity of weed extract gradu­ally inside your food recipes. It can also come in handy in sweets like cook­ies and brownies. Adding these to your diet can improve your aes­thet­ic life­style and well­ness sub­stan­tially. It can increase your stam­ina and increase the energy levels of the con­sumer, and the restored energy levels can help you increase your pro­ductiv­ity.

The diet in many coun­tries across the world var­ies. One com­mon thing can be the herbs inside your food products, and the Marijuana industry is increas­ing its size every day. The mar­ket size can double in the com­ing five years, lead­ing to fur­ther adop­tion. At present young adults prefer Marijuana-based products, as they are organ­ic. They have no severe side effects, unlike chem­ic­al-based drugs. Weed-based products have many clin­ic­al bene­fits, which can come in handy in our daily life­style. There are many more herbs hav­ing the same clin­ic­al qual­it­ies for the con­sumers. The best way is to intro­duce them to begin­ners gradu­ally. Seek advice from your doc­tor if you want to fol­low a detailed dose plan. It will help you be reg­u­lar and avail the most bene­fits out of these herbs.


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Rishma Dhaliwal

Rishma Dhaliwal

Edit­or / PR Con­sult­ant at No Bounds
Rishma Dhali­w­al has extens­ive exper­i­ence study­ing and work­ing in the music and media industry. Hav­ing writ­ten a thes­is on how Hip Hop acts as a social move­ment, she has spent years research­ing and con­nect­ing with artists who use the art form as a tool for bring­ing a voice to the voice­less. Cur­rently work­ing in TV, Rishma brings her PR and media know­ledge to I am Hip Hop and oth­er pro­jects by No Bounds.

About Rishma Dhaliwal

Rishma Dhaliwal
Rishma Dhaliwal has extensive experience studying and working in the music and media industry. Having written a thesis on how Hip Hop acts as a social movement, she has spent years researching and connecting with artists who use the art form as a tool for bringing a voice to the voiceless. Currently working in TV, Rishma brings her PR and media knowledge to I am Hip Hop and other projects by No Bounds.