Which Herbal Remedy Are You?

You don't believe in modern medicine anymore? Take this quiz and find out which herbal remedy you are!

Tags: Herbal-Medicine

Here are all the results with descriptions

Lemon Balm (Melissa officinalis)
The gentle taste of lemon balm tea will calm you down very effectively. Its fragrant leaves have a relaxing effect on your nervous system and even on your stomach! You should try lemon balm and peppermint infusion; it's delicious! And don't forget to also use it in your kitchen; it goes perfectly with a fruit salad!

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis)
This wonderful herb, from the Mediterranean area, not only tastes good but also has some health benefits too! Some studies have shown that sniffing rosemary aroma will stimulate your energy and will bring more oxygen to your brain, so you can work more effectively. It also is a good source of iron, calcium and vitamin B6.

Thyme (Thymus vulgaris)
Thyme has a long history! It was used by the Egyptians in the process of embalming their pharaohs! Nowadays, we use it widely in different cuisines and in aromatherapy. Regarding health benefits, thyme is known for its usage with respiration problems. The word 'thyme' also means 'courage and spirit,' and in Ancient Greece, they would use the expression 'smell of thyme' as a compliment of the person's bravery.

It is one of the most popular herbal remedies in the modern world! It's believed that it helps to strengthen our memory, and it was used thousands of years ago in China as a source of energy! Legend says that it was a symbol of divine harmony because of the 'man' shape of the root. Chinese emperors used it often for different kinds of illness, but it was also part of their cuisine.

Calendula (Calendula officinalis)
'Calendula officinalis' or pot marigold was used as an herbal remedy since the twelfth century! Nowadays, the petals of this joyful, orange flower are used for natural anti-inflammatory creams and creams for babies, and are also believed to help heal wounds! Not a broken heart though--for this, you must search for other remedies.

Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)
There are almost 40 different types of lavender, but the most popular one, which we all know very well and which gave the name to the color lavender, is 'Lavandula angustifolia.' Besides the wonderful smell and beautiful color, it has health benefits too! If you constantly struggle with insomnia, steep a few petals in hot water and prepare yourself a fancy tea. This remedy was used for centuries to induce sleep! When your skin feels dry, put some petals in a bottle of water and spray your face with it--it will give you an immediate relief and floral aura!