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Tree Science eBook - Therapeutic Uses of Common Backyard Trees and Plants

Therapeutic Uses of Common Backyard Trees and Plants 19. Feverfew These gorgeous daisy plants, hypericum perforatum, will not only cheer up your garden bed, but also alleviate your headaches! The antiinflammatory leaves can be eaten fresh or dried for the long-term and consumed as a medicinal tea. Therapeutic benefits The leaves of feverfew can be chewed to take away the painful throb of a headache. This plant is a great one to have on hand for those prone to migraines. The subtle flavour of the leaves means you can sprinkle them on top of salads and other foods for headache relief or to reduce inflammation in conditions such as arthritis or skin conditions like eczema. How to grow native raspberries Sow the seeds of your feverfew in full sun to partial shade, but don’t press too hard into the soil as they require light for germination. Space plants 15-30cm apart and make sure the soil has adequate drainage during the initial stages of growth. Once established, your feverfew can handle a few dry spells. Allow 16-20 weeks for them to fully flower. 22

Therapeutic Uses of Common Backyard Trees and Plants 20. Marigold Calendula officinalis, from flower petal garnish in your salad to a medicinal power-plant, the humble marigold is a favourite around the world. Therapeutic benefits Marigold will sooth sunburn and other angry red skin disorders such as acne, impetigo and varicose veins. It also acts an antiinflammatory for digestive problems such as stomach ulcers. Aside from calming and soothing, marigolds are also full of antioxidants and nutrients such as vitamin C that can slow the ageing process and prevent illness. How to grow marigolds Marigolds will flower well in most parts of Australia except for the tropical areas. Marigolds like to be in like rich, well-drained soil. Sow your marigold seeds in autumn and spring for flowers, and give them lots of water, especially during the summer months. You will also get more fresh flowers if you remove the spent blooms. 23

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