Aloe. The aloe vera plant has been treasured for thousands of years and was used to embalm the dead as well as in perfumes
Black cumin. Cohen says in her article, Medicinal Plants from the Bible, that the jet-black seeds of this herb can be used to flavor breads and other baked goods.
Flax. This powerful herb contains alpha-linoleic acid or ALA, which Duke said slows blood clotting and reduces inflammation, easing colitis, arthritis, and gastritis.
Garlic. Garlic has been scientifically shown to support cardiovascular health by acting as a blood thinner and removing plaque from the arteries.
Onion. This member of the allium family is much richer in cancer-fighting quercetin than garlic, reported Duke.
Saffron. Saffron acts like an antidepressant and a sedative. “It contains biologically active compounds which protect your levels of dopamine, serotonin and norepinephrine