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The medicinal use of herbs is said to be as old as mankind itself. In early civilizations, food and medicine were linked and many plants were eaten for their health-giving properties.

In ancient Egypt, the slave workers were given a daily ration of garlic to help fight off the many fevers and infections that were common at that time.

The first written records of herbs and their beneficial properties were compiled by the ancient Egyptians.

Most of our knowledge and use of herbs can be traced back to the Egyptian priests who also practiced herbal medicine.

Records dating back to 1500BC listed medicinal herbs, including caraway and cinnamon.

Globally, herbal medicine is three to four times more commonly practiced than conventional medicine.

Herbal Medicines
Herbal Remedies History
Herbal Preparations
Common Herbs
Aconite
Anemone wood
Anemone pulsatilla
Balm
Belladonna
Broom
Chamomile
Clover
Coltsfoot
Comfrey
Dandelion
Elder
Evening Primrose
Fennel
Foxglove
Golden rod
Hemlock

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