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Ayurvedic, unani and homeopathic practitioners continue to use herbs to cure a plethora of illnesses, especially those related to the heart, such as hypertension, insomnia and anxiety. These herbs (primarily used in the form of tinctures) are believed to open blocked chakras, thereby allowing love and health to flow freely throughout the body, cure depression and treat heart problems without the harmful side effects of allopathic medicine.
As you gear up for Valentine’s Day, try the following herbs to bolster your heart health:
Rosemary for remembrance. Believed to nurture love and fidelity, rosemary has long been held to be an aphrodisiac and continues to be used in bridal bouquets for luck. Continue reading