Medicinal means 'medicine that heals' and refers to the non-nutrient healing properties of foods, spices, herbs, and dietary supplements.
Medicinal remedies, also known as herbal remedies, are specifically used for the physical, emotional, and mental properties associated with the various systems, organs, glands, and tissues of the body; remedies are used medicinally when they are taken for their unique constituents and not only for any essential nutrients they may contain.
Common Medicinal Remedies
Examples of common medicinal herbs used in herbalism:
St. John's Wort
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