Medicinal Plants & Herbs Guide

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About this app

Introducing the newly Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine, a one-stop healing book with everything you need to know about herbs, featuring a detailed layout of over 1500 plants and their medicinal properties, with advice on how to sow, grow, and harvest your very own herb garden!

A must-have volume for self-sufficient herbalist, the herbs encyclopedia features tons of tips and tricks on planting and propagating a diverse range of herbs with the core focus on improving your health and treating your ailments with a little help from nature!

Herbal medicines are those with active ingredients made from plant parts, such as leaves, roots or flowers. But being "natural" doesn't necessarily mean they're safe for you to take. Just like conventional medicines, herbal medicines will have an effect on the body, and can be potentially harmful if not used correctly.

Phytotherapy: suitable medicinal plants:
✓ Arnica is an herb that grows in Europe and the U.S. It's often used as a skin treatment for bruises, aches, and pains;
✓ Calendula flower is used to prevent muscle spasms, start menstrual periods, and reduce fever;
✓ Aloe vera is commonly known as a topical gel used to treat sunburn;
✓ Ginseng. You might already know about this popular herb, which may boost your body’s defenses (immune system) among other possible benefits. Two types of it -- American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) and Asian (Panax ginseng) -- are considered natural adaptogen.
✓ Chamomile. As a traditional medicine, it is used to treat wounds, ulcers, eczema, gout, skin irritations, bruises, burns, canker sores, neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatic pain, hemorrhoids, mastitis and other ailments

The free application "Medicinal Plants & Herbs" is very friendly, it has a beautiful and simple interface. The best choice for a pocket dictionary that is always at hand. Herbal remedies are plants used like a medicine. People use herbal remedies to help prevent or cure disease and natural cures offline. They use them to get relief from symptoms, boost energy, relax, or lose weight. Herbals are not regulated or tested like medicines

Features of the Herbs Dictionary:
• The herbs dictionary works offline. Access to name of herbal and herbal and natural remedies offline, without an Internet connection (except for photos);
• Very quick search for descriptions. Equipped with a quick dynamic search function - the herbs encyclopedia will start searching for words during input;
• Unlimited number of notes (favorites);
• Bookmark - you can add descriptions to your favorites list by clicking on the asterisk icon;
• Manage herbal recipes - you can edit your bookmark lists or clear them;
• Search History;
• Voice search;
• Compatible with modern versions of Android devices;
• Very efficient, fast and good performance;
• An easy way to share with friends;
• The application is very easy to use, fast and with extensive content;
• Automatic free updates every time new terms are added;
• The directory "Medicinal Plants & Herbs" is designed to occupy as little memory as possible.

Features Premium:
no ads;
photos, images of access offline;
Clear browsing history.

Note:
Herbal medicines are those with active ingredients made from plant parts, such as leaves, roots or flowers. But being "natural" doesn't necessarily mean they're safe for you to take. Just like conventional medicines, herbal medicines will have an effect on the body, and can be potentially harmful if not used correctly.
Updated on
Mar 26, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

4.6
2.81K reviews
Crystal Ledesma
August 25, 2023
Really loved this app. Paid for ad-free version as well. Worth the money in my eyes. My only struggle is I REALLY wish it was a bit easier to search for a plant using basic common names as well as being able to adjust for only plants in your area. Adding a location option would up this by a star. If you know how to read and are educated well enough, this is a very clear and concise app. Pretty easy UI but not fancy and complicated.
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cthebadge38
January 2, 2022
Most complete app I've found yet for edible and medicinal plants. My biggest complaint is listing them by their Latin names instead of most common. Although you can search by most common name, it's kind of a pain. The photos are hi res of you click on them which is great. However, it would be nice to have more photos and maybe commonly misidentified plants.
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Mark Van den Borre
February 12, 2024
Plain ads app, nothing of real value.
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Anna Voronich
February 15, 2024
I regret that you did not like the app, but thanks for the feedback.

What's new

- Added categories for medicinal herbs and plants;
- Color themes added: Settings - Color themes
- New feature: "Read Later" list;
- Added function of uploading download of lists: history, favorites, read later;
- Optimized view on tablets;
- Added full-text search;
- Bug fixes;
- New articles added.