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The mint herb is easy to grow, harvest and used in teas or aromatherapy medicinal benefits. The types best suited for teas are peppermint and the Moroccan mint. The mint herb was so highly esteemed in Biblical times that the Pharisees collected tithes in mint.
Short herb roots are plants that have a grown depth of 3 to 8 inches approximately. They provide some weed control when planted near other crops such as tomatoes for vegetables or basil for herbs.
Elderberry recipes make a great tasting syrups and teas that helps alleviate the common cold and flu virus to sinusitis, rheumatic and arthritic complaints.
My Etsy shop has lavender sugar, lemon lavender jelly, lemon lavender teas, lavender sachets, handmade soaps and handmade gifts and handcrafted artisan goods.
The calendula herb is an excellent skin healer and rejuvenator for dry skin and chapped lips. The flowers are edible and can be substituted for saffron.
Cooking with lavender is reliant upon the correct lavender variety for your lavender recipes like bouquet garni blends, Provence and lavender herb vinegar.
These delicious herb recipes contain helpful tips, benefits of using herbs in cooking, the healthy nutritional antioxidants they provide us and wellness.
Currants come in four different varieties with black having strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. They make delicious jams and jellies.
Learn which medicinal herbs to grow and use for many ailments in your own medicine herb garden. Many medicinal herbs are prized for their healing properties.
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