Medicinal Herbs Healthy H - I - J

Health Betterreconize August 8, 2016 3 0
Spices. Healthy and Vitaliserend. Medicinal Herbs have been used for centuries. In this Healthy Herbs Guide Various Herbs and Plants discussed eg. Hop it calms and purifies the blood, Hoefblad antispasmodic, astringent Indian clover and Juniper, representing among others. and urinary bladder. Which herbs you can use for certain complaints or disorders? Healthy herbs with the letters H, I and J, their properties and various applications are discussed in this article.

Overview Herbs

  • Helmkruid
  • Helonias
  • Coltsfoot
  • Hop
  • Indian clover
  • Iris versicolor
  • Juniper

More Healthy Herbs


Also known as: Scrophularia nodosa
Parts Used: The entire plant
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Blood Cleansing
  • Urine Floating
  • Wound Healing
  • Lowers blood sugar level
  • Mildly laxative
  • Stimulant for the heart
  • Antipyretic
  • Tonic for blood vessels
  • Stimulating blood circulation
  • Worm Agent
  • Emetic at high dose.

  • Chronic inflammation of the skin and especially the joints
  • Skin diseases, eczema, scabies, scaly skin, dandruff, psoriasis, rash, freckles, itching, irritation, acne, eczema in ears
  • Rheumatic disorders, joint pain, arthritis, arthrosis
  • Lymph node swelling
  • Ulcers, wounds, abscesses, bedsores
  • Haemorrhoids
  • Inflammation of mammary glands
  • Mild diabetes
  • Intestinal Worms
  • Kidney disorders, urinary tract infections
  • Ophthalmia.


Also known as: Chamaelirium Luteum
Parts Used: Rhizome
  • Regulates female hormones
  • Improves the secretion and cyclic function of the ovaries
  • Stimulating effect on the ovaries
  • Tonic for the uterus.

  • Transition issues. hot flashes, depression and stress during the transition
  • Irregular or delayed menstruation
  • Infertility due to malfunctions in the follicular
  • Inflammation Ovary, ovarian cysts
  • Oviduct Inflammation
  • Morning Sickness.


Also known as: Tussilago Farfara
Parts used: leaves and flower heads
  • Expectorant
  • Promotes coughing up phlegm
  • Soothing for mucosal
  • Depurant
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Antiseptic
  • Antiallergic
  • Antispasmodic
  • Astringent agent.

  • All diseases of the lungs and airways, including cough, tickling cough, bronchitis, asthma, bronchial catarrh, strottehoofdcatarre, colds, flu, sore throat, hoarseness, shortness of breath, pneumonia, emphysema, mucus plugs in the airways, pertussis, sinusitis, angina, tuberculosis, inflammation of trachea
  • Gland diseases, swollen glands
  • Mucosal inflammation, diarrhea
  • Rheumatism
  • Skin conditions, including rashes, skin inflammation, wounds, swelling, rosacea, phlebitis
  • Allergies
  • Urinary tract disorders.


Also known as: Humulus Lupulus
Parts Used: Female flowers
  • Sedative
  • Hypnotic
  • Promoting digestion
  • Appetizing
  • Bacteriostatic antibiotic
  • Sex Temp Rend
  • Pain and zenuwpijnstillend
  • Floating urine, drain uric acid crystals
  • Fortifying stomach
  • Cramp-relieving effect, especially in intestines
  • Regulating effect on female hormones
  • Depurant
  • Antiseptic.
  • Vermifuge
  • Antipyretic
  • Darmgasverdrijvend.

  • Nervous complaints, nervousness, irritability, stress, anxiety, hysteria, anxiety, agitation, nervous indigestion, nervous stomach, nervous headache, nervous palpitations, emotionality, ingestion of air through nervousness, nervous exhaustion, neuroses, diarrhea nervousness
  • Insomnia
  • Indigestion, bloating, flatulence, malabsorption of nutrients, spastic colon
  • Poor appetite
  • Menstrual problems such as painful, insufficient or irregular periods, premenstrual syndrome
  • Menopausal symptoms, hot flashes
  • Sexual overstimulation
  • Nerve Pains
  • Excess uric acid, joint pain, gout
  • Intestinal Parasites
  • Externally on sores, cramps, bruises.

Indian clover

Also Known As: Three Leaf, Trillium erectum
Parts Used: Petals, sepals, rhizome
  • Stop bleeding
  • Astringency
  • Regulates menstrual bleeding.

  • Promotes balanced menopause
  • Tonic for the womb
  • Excessive menstrual period; excessive bleeding
  • Bleeding after childbirth.

Iris versicolor

Also known as: Herb Violins
Parts Used: Rhizome
  • Stimulates lymph circulation, lymph cleansing
  • Stimulates circulation
  • Purifying blood, blood tonic
  • Stimulates removal of toxins and wastes
  • Stimulates liver function
  • Galdrijvend
  • Antibiotic
  • Laxative
  • Urine Floating
  • Promotes salivation
  • Vermifuge
  • Soothing Pain
  • Exciting appetite.

  • Poor lymph circulation, swelling of lymph nodes
  • Skin diseases, acne, eczema, rash, psoriasis, hives, boils, carbuncles, corns, sties, itching, itching in the anus area, dandruff, oily skin, open legs
  • Hepatobiliary, cholecystitis, biliary colic, hepatitis, liver cirrhosis
  • Constipation by liver malfunction
  • Headaches, migraines
  • ¬†vomit
  • Indigestion, intestinal cramps by gassing
  • Stomatitis, gingivitis, mouth ulcers, angina Vincent
  • Venereology, thrush
  • Uteritis, baarmoedercatarre, fibroid
  • Inflammation in general
  • Alcoholism
  • Bad breath
  • Sluggish thyroid
  • Poor appetite.


Also known as: Juniperus communis
Parts Used: Berries
  • Relieves rheumatic pains
  • Depurant
  • Lymph and water floating
  • Antiseptics for urinary tract
  • Parasietdodend
  • Somnolent
  • Promoting digestion
  • Urine Floating
  • Floating sweat.

  • Rheumatism, arthritis, osteoarthritis; relieves pain
  • Detoxification after inflammation
  • Bladder and urinary tract infections
  • Promotes slaapzin
  • Promotes Gastrointestinal operation
  • Disinfect and refreshes the air.

For an alphabetical list of all herbs, see Alphabetical index Medicinal Herbs