And I use quite a few myself.
But watch out for homeopathic herbs.
As I stated above the dilutions are so immense that there is absolutely nothing left of the active ingredient in the sugar pills.
But that's not the only problem Hannehman (the guru of homeopathy) based his theory on opposites.
That is, he believed that a product that produced fever (for example) could be used to prevent fevers if it was greatly diluted. He believed that the more it was diluted, the stronger its effect became.
Naturally this theory has never been proven.
But just to say this.
Whatever effect homeopathy claims for a product of homeopathic medecine, the real effect of that product (without dilution) is the opposite.
So make sure you study the properties of the herb from a non-homeopathic source or you might end up with exactly the opposite of what you are looking for.
Classical homeopathy is generally defined as a system of medical treatment based on the use of minute quantities of remedies that in larger doses produce effects similar to those of the disease being treated.