Herbal medicine, also known as phytotherapy, is an alternative healing method that uses plant-based substances to prevent and treat diseases. The effects of herbal medicine are based on the ability of plants to produce biologically active compounds that are capable of regulating various biochemical processes in the human body. Herbal medicine can treat a wide range of conditions, including inflammatory diseases, gastrointestinal problems, infections, sleep disorders, and stress. Medicinal plants can be administered in various forms, including teas, tinctures, capsules, and ointments. The healing effects of herbal medicine are explained in various ways, including the direct interaction of active compounds with biological targets, the modulation of signaling pathways, and the regulation of immune responses.