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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.
Grow lavender herb to eat the edible flowers, aromatherapy soaps and sachets. Or create your own medicine chest to promote health and peacefulness to your life
Enjoy a kitchen herb garden right at your fingertips while you are cooking your favorite meal for yourself and others. Wow them with different tastes, aromas, and add bits of freshly picked herbs.
Elderberry is rich in history, folklore and one of the best medicines for the cold and flu. Learn how to grow your own and where best to plant this amazing herb
These top ten edible plants are herbs that strengthen nearby plants helping with pollination, soil nutrition and pest control. Some are excellent companions.
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