Herbs For Growing And Astrology

Published: 15th December 2009
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Zodiac herbs are becoming increasingly popular amongst many people of today. However, growing herbs for your astrological sign has long been a practice amongst our ancestors. So, if you are thinking about different herbs for growing you may want to consider astrological ore zodiac herbs that are specific to you.



Each sign of the zodiac is ruled by a particular planet. Each planet governs a specific zodiac sign and there are certain herbs specific to a body part. So, for example if your astrological sign is Sagittarius, your astrological sign would govern the thighs, hips and liver which means that you may be prone to encounter problems specific to these areas. The herbs that are specific to the aforementioned body parts are: Sage, Jasmine, Lemon Balm, Dandelion, Hyssop and Mellissa. In this case you would want grow these herbs also known as your zodiac herbs to help prevent and maintain optimal health in these areas.



Now, I will cover the additional zodiac signs and their corresponding herbs:



Aries- Aries governs the HEAD. People born under this sign are prone to headaches or head injuries.



Herbs- Aloe, Basil, Cayenne, Wormwood, Garlic, Terragon and Hawthorn.



Taurus- Taurus governs the NECK and THROAT. If you were born under this sign then you are more susceptible to sore throat, thyroid problems and colds.



Herbs- Peppermint, Thyme, Catnip, Motherwort and Raspberry.



Gemini-Gemini governs the SHOULDERS, ARMS, HANDS and LUNGS. Geminis are susceptible to repertory ailments and accidents involving the shoulders, lungs, arms and hands.



Herbs- Dill, Caraway, Fennel, Oregano, Lavender, Parsley, Fenugreek and Valerian



Cancer- Cancer governs the BREAST and STOMACH. If you were born under this sign you are susceptible to digestive ailments caused by emotional stress and tension.



Herbs- Chick weed and Clary Sage.



Leo- Leo governs the SPINE, HEART & BACK. Leo people are prone to experiencing problems specific to these areas.



Herbs- St.Johns Wort, Chamomile, Eyebright and Bay.



Virgo - Virgo governs the INESTINE and NERVOUS SYSTEM. Virgoans are prone to ulcers and illnesses caused by stress.



Herbs- Dill, Caraway, Fennel, Oregano, Lavender, Parsley, Fenugreek and Valerian.



Libra- Libra governs the BUTTOCKS, KIDNEY and LOWER BACK. If you were born under the sign Libra you are prone to kidney infections and lower back problems.



Herbs- Peppermint, Burdock, Catnip Feverfew and Raspberry.



Scorpio- Scorpio governs the GENITALS. If you were born under the sign Scorpio then you are more than likely prone to having infections in the urinary system.



Herbs- Aloe, Catmint, Basil, Cayenne, Wormwood.



Sagittarius- Sagittarius governs the HIPS, LIVER and THIES. Sagittarians have a sensitive liver and need a lot of physical exercise to stay healthy.



Herbs- Sage, Jasmine, Lemon Balm, Dandelion, Hyssop and Mellissa.



Capricorn- Capricorn governs the JOINTS, BONES and KNEES. If you are born under this sign then you are more susceptible to arthritis, orthopedic and joint problems.



Herbs- Slippery Elm, Comfrey, Mullein.



Aquarius- Aquarius governs the SHINS, ANKLES and CIRCULATORY SYSTEM. Aquarians are susceptible to hardening of the arteries, sprains and varicose veins.



Herbs- Sage, Rosemary, Fennel, Mint.



Pisces- Pisces governs the FEET and the LYMPHATIC SYSTEM. Pisceans are prone to corns, bunions and foot aches.



Herbs- Basil, Lemon Balm, Clove, Sage, Nutmeg, Borage.



Cultivating your very own astrological herbs can be a fascinating and fulfilling experience. The aforementioned are herbs that you may want to consider cultivating based off of your astrological sign to maintain optimal health and vitality in these areas.







Janet Suzalski is an herb garden enthusiast and enjoys spending her time writing & teaching others about herb gardening. For more great information and tips on herbs for growing visit her site at http://www.herb-gardening-info.com and while you are there feel free to sign up to her FREE Mini-Course on Herb Gardening Secrets.

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