Herbal and fragrant plants are grown at the Healing Garden. (Part-1)

Healing Gardens are great places to grow plants for their aromatic and medicinal qualities, which can help with emotional, mental, and physical health.

The relaxing and anti-anxiety benefits are one of lavender's properties. People generally use it because of its calming aroma, which is thought to help them fall asleep.

Echinacea is often used to avoid or lessen the severity of colds because to its immune-boosting qualities.

Chamomile is known for its soothing and anti-inflammatory properties. As a tea, it helps many people unwind and have a good night's rest.

Peppermint is commonly used to relieve indigestion and nausea because to its digestive qualities.

The adaptogenic qualities of holy basil, also known as tulsi, aid the body in adjusting to stressful situations. For respiratory issues, it is also prescribed.

Ginger possesses digestive and anti-inflammatory qualities. Common uses include easing nausea and aiding digestion.

Curcumin, found in turmeric, has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects. It has multiple medicinal uses.

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