The mobile healing gardens at Boston City Hall contain plants that have healing properties. We hope you will learn about these plants and depending on your needs and preferences, consider planting them in your own garden, be it outside on your porch, in your yard or on your kitchen counter!
3. Improves brain function
4. May reduce Alzheimer's disease
1. Promotes good digestion and oral health
2. Reduces nausea
3. Remedy for headaches
4. Breath freshener
5. Heals respiratory disorders and congestion
6. Beneficial for asthma sufferers
7. Helps prevent cancer
8. Improves memory
1. Used to reduce the symptomsof the common cold or flu
2. Reduce headaches
3. Kills yeast
4. Slows or stops growth of bacteria
5. Stimulates growth of new tissue
6. Combats inflammation
7. Helps treat wounds
2.Highest ranking antioxidant herb - higher than blueberries
4. Suppresses cancer cell growth
April 2, 2012 - Alison Lewis, on MindBodyGreen:
1. Low in calories, high in fiber, zero fat - AIDS DIGESTION
2. High in iron - SUPPORTS FORMATION OF HEMOGLOBIN, CELL GROWTH, LIVER FUNCTION
3. High in Vitamin K - PROTECTS AGAINST VARIOUS CANCERS & ALZHEIMER'S
4. High in antioxidants.
5. Contains omega-3 fatty acids - ANTI-IMFLAMMATORY - fights arthritic, asthma and auto-immune disorders
6. Lowers cholesterol levels and helps cardiovascular function.
7.High in Vitamin A - HELPS VISION,SKIN AND PREVENTS LUNG CANCER
8.High in Vitamin C - HELPS IMMUNE SYSTEM, METABOLISM, HYDRATION
9. Calcium - PREVENTS BONE LOSS, MAINTAIN CARTILAGE & JOINT FLEXIBILITY
10. Great detox to keep body and liver healthy.