✵A listing of popular herbs gives an introduction to herbs: Acidophilus, Activated Charcoal, Agrimony, Alfafa(Medicago sativa), Allspice, Almond sweet, Aloe Vera, Angelica(Angelica archangelica), Anise(and Star Anise), Apple, Apricot Pit(seed), Arnica, Artichoke, Ashwagandha, Asparagus, Astragalus.
✵There are Totally  kinds of herbs,  kinds of related plant species,  kinds of related microorganism species,  processed substance, are recorded and introduced, till the date April 5th, 2022.
Brief Introduction: Lactobacillus acidophilus belongs to the genus Lactobacillus, a Gram-positive Bacillus. The end is round, and it mainly exists in the small intestine, releasing lactic acid, acetic acid, and some antibiotics that act on harmful bacteria, but the bacteriostatic effect is weak.
Brief Introduction: Activated charcoal is made from charred wood, peat moss, or other vegetable matter, this fine black powder is specially processed so that its absorption capacity is enhanced. Activated carbon is mainly composed of carbon, and contains a few elements such as oxygen, hydrogen, sulfur, nitrogen, chlorine, etc. It is irregularly arranged in structure, and there are pores between cross-connections. When activated, it will produce carbon tissue defects, low bulk density, large specific surface area, and strong adsorption performance. It is a kind of industrial adsorbent with wide applications. The specific surface area of ordinary activated carbon is between 500 and 1700 m2/g.
Brief Introduction: Agrimonia eupatoria is an aromatic perennial spread in the Northern Hemisphere, the yellow flowering tops of which are used medicinally. The star-shaped flowers bloom along an erect stem, forming tall spikes. Although not as common, the small hooked fruits, leaves, and roots have been used medicinally as well.
Brief Introduction: Medicago sativa is a forage legume. Its high protein content makes it suitable for livestock feed. It has a tetraploid genome. Medicago sativa was probably domesticated in the Near East during the Bronze Age to feed horses being brought from Central Asia and later spread to Europe.
Brief Introduction: The main producing areas of allspice are Jamaica, Cuba, and other countries in Central and South America. It is a plant that can only be cultivated on the American continent. The plant grows in hot and arid areas. After drying, the seeds produce a mixed aroma similar to cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg, so it is called allspice.
Brief Introduction: The flowering tree Prunus amygdalus is a deciduous tree of the rose family, native to Western Asia, it has been used for thousands of years. It is not an almond, but a tree of the Amygdalus subgenus.
Brief Introduction: The Angelica archangelica is commonly known as American angelica or Angel's wort. The seed, whole herb, and root are used medicinally. Angelica herb consists of the above-ground parts of Angelica archangelica, Angelica root is the dried root and rhizome of Angelica archangelica. Sometimes referred to as Archangelica officinalis(Moench) Hoffm. Other Angelica species, including the North American Angelica atropurpurea, are sometimes used medicinally as well.
Anise(and Star Anise).
Brief Introduction: The Pimpinella anisum is an annual herb, it is cultivated for its licorice-scented fruit, anise seed. The seeds can be used as a food seasoning and medicinal, and the seedlings can be used as green vegetables or salad side dishes.
Brief Introduction: Apple is the fleshy, seeded, edible fruit of trees of the Malus genus. The graceful, flowering apple tree grows across temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. The Malus genus includes one of more than one thousand cultivated varieties. Its seeded fruits come in various sizes, taste sweet and tart, colors red, yellow, green, and texture mealy, and snappy.
Brief Introduction: Arnica is the dried flower heads of Arnica montana or other Arnica species, in the USA, species used include Arnica fulgens Pursh., Arnica sororia Green., Arnica latifolia Bong, and Arnica cordifolia Hook. Arnica is classified as a protected species in many countries.
Brief Introduction: rtichokes have been eaten safely in Europe and USA for hundreds of years, it is native to the Mediterranean coast and prefers warm and humid climates. Artichoke has a unique flavor and excellent nutritional value. It is a healthy vegetable with high nutritional value and is known as the "King of Vegetables". In addition to fresh food, it can also be salted, quick-frozen, or processed into canned products; the outer bracts of the buds can be made into health-care tea; the stems and leaves can be used as functional feeds or deep-processed and purified to make meals, apéritifs, oral capsules, cosmetics, etc. Artichoke is also an elegant ornamental flower, and its large flower heads open, with violet-blue flowers as gorgeous as sapphire, which is lovely.
Brief Introduction: The small evergreen undershrub grows in the Mediterranean, and the Middle East.It has showy greenish or yellow flowers.The dried roots, fruits or berries, and oval leaves are used medicinally.