For all you creative people out there, do you have a favorite herb that you love to use over and over? Chickweed is an one that should definitely become your new go-to herb! This amazing herb has actually been referred to as an herb beneficial “for all pains in the body that arise.” Chickweed can not only be used for medicinal purposes, but for hair care, skin care, soaping, and even bath and body products! Did you know that you can even eat chickweed? It can be an ingredient for sandwiches, salads, and even lasagna! How awesome is that?
There are many great medicinal benefits to using chickweed. It can be used as a form of treatment for a variety of conditions such as rabies, scurvy, constipation, ulcers, inflammation, conjunctivitis, asthma, liver and kidney conditions, congestive heart failure, and even for weight loss! Chickweed contains many nutrients and vitamins that are very important to the body such as vitamins B6, B12, C, D, potassium, iron, calcium, niacin, zinc, magnesium, and many more! For mothers who have just given birth, chickweed can help the mother to recover faster, as well as helping the breast milk to flow properly. It can also help women with the pain caused by their menstrual cycles. Chickweed does contain saponins. Saponins can actually work as a cleanser for the body, helping to cleanse the skin, liver, kidneys, and lungs. The saponins also work to get rid of any congestion.
Common bath and body products that can include chickweed are facial masks, toners, ointments, lotions, creams, bath teas, shampoos and conditioners, salves, scrubs and soaps. When used for the soap making process, chickweed helps to treat itchy skin and reduce inflammation, as well as helping to draw out toxins from the body. Your skin can greatly benefit from chickweed as it helps to treat boils, the itchy rash from poison ivy and poison oak, soothes dry and itchy skin, heals wounds, and treats conditions like acne, eczema, psoriasis, and minor burns. It can even be used as a great treatment for varicose veins and hemorrhoids, as well as helping to remove any splinters. For hair care, chickweed supplies with its many vitamins, especially vitamin C, while also hydrating the hair and scalp.
Are you dying to get your hands on this fantastic herb as soon as possible? I’ll tell you! Don’t worry! All you have to do is type “chickweed” into the search bar on our website, and it will take you directly to our Cut and Sifted Chickweed page! This is one product you won’t want to pass up! However, please don’t mistake this blog for medical advice! This information is just for educational purposes! We only sell chickweed for external use! But hold on, while you’re on our site, make sure to check out all of our awesome free classes and recipes as well, you’re sure to adore each and every one of them! Please don’t hesitate to contact us here at Nature’s Garden with any thoughts, questions, or concerns you may have! Enjoy this wonderful product and keep watching for more Enlightened by Layla!