This herb improves cognitive function and shields the brain from free radicals. It is used for cooking and some drink it as herbal tea. Rosemary is a good purifier for humid winter air. They breathe carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen. They give out a very pleasant aroma.
Basil is commonly grown in Asia and North Africa. They can easily be domesticated. It is used to make herbal tea and soaks in carbon dioxide when domesticated.
3. Coffee Plant
Coffee plants are easy to domesticate. It blooms in white and smells so refreshing in the morning that it would make you miss your morning coffee and just breathe. They take about four years to start blossoming. Roast and grind them to coffee 🙂 One plant provides about 50 grams of dry coffee mass (around 2 ounces), which is enough for about a week’s supply.
Geranium works great as a mosquito repellent and does not attract other parasites which leave the plant dry. It looks excellent when it blooms and purifies air. It takes about a week for a new root to grow.
Jasmine blooms at around6-8PM leaving a pleasant aroma in and around the house. Having jasmine tea is also very good. Just bruise some petals in a cup and pour boiling water. Cover for 10 minutes with a small dish. In China and India, it is mixed with green tea leaves. Jasmine tea has healing properties but it is better used as an evening house fragrance and air purifier.
It is an excellent insect repellent. The aroma of lavender relaxes the lungs and helps for calmer sleep. It also helps relax anxiety.
They make easier to breathe if you have lung diseases. They make excellent herbal tea and a great cooking spice. They are easy to grow and have a pleasant aroma.
Woodbine is also known as European honeysuckle or common honeysuckle. The plant gives out a pleasant aroma at night. It takes about two years for the plant to start to blossom.