Coral Gables, FL – Information on herbs has been documented by herb aficionados for centuries in different forms. With the advent of the internet, there has been an increase in plant-focused content and it could prove difficult to find reliable information in one place. Natural Herbs Guide was created to address this issue and has announced the launch of its new website. It strives to help more people learn everything they would need to know about herbs by exploring the species of plants, from the popular to the more mysterious, weird, and obscure ones.
Natural Herbs Guide was founded by Laurel Santos, who is passionate about herbs and plants. The idea of the site came to her when she realized how inaccessible books and material for plants were. Her keen interest in the healing properties of plants led her to create a dedicated website which acts as a virtual plant library for other plant lovers like her.
Most of the information on the site comes from years of studying and independent research. To ensure that her readers get the most accurate information, Laurel triple checks with existing research and scholars in the botany world. The site is suitable for everyone from newbies to experts, providing the most up-to-date and accurate information to guide them towards improving their health, flushing out toxins, and helping their bodies absorb nutrients.
Natural Herbs Guide has an updated herb glossary that provides detailed information about the herbs, including the name, a clear picture, uses, history, and benefits. The glossary has information on plants such as acerola, andrographis, ashwagandha, astragalus, bitter orange, black elderberry, black walnut, and burdock. There is also in-depth insight on cat’s claw, Chinese skullcap, gotu kola, hawthorn, red clover, reishi, and Pau D’Arco.
While there is much that is known about the garlic plant, little is known about where it originated from, the parts that are edible other than the bulb, the many types of garlic, and other health benefits. Natural Herbs Guide delves more into all of these, with similar deep-dives on the site about other well-known plants such as ginger, oregano, maca, basil, alfalfa, amla, and wild lettuce. In an effort to educate the readers, the site has well-researched articles on plants that are less known, including tongkat ali, vervain, and uva ursi.
To learn more about Natural Herbs Guide, call +1 (305) 925-0838. Laurel’s office is located at 1 Alhambra Plaza, PH Floor, Coral Gables, FL 33134, US. Visit the website for more information.
Natural Herbs Guide
1 Alhambra Plaza, PH Floor