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Bug TIP: Keep ants, roaches and flies away with bay leaves.
Cook's Thesaurus: European Herbs
Cook's Thesaurus: European Herbs--BAY LEAF= bay laurel leaf = laurel leaf = sweet bay laurel leaf Equivalents: One whole leaf = 1/4 teaspoon crushed. Substitute one fresh leaf for every two dried leaves, and one California bay leaf for every two Turkish bay leaves. Notes: Bay leaves are a staple of Mediterranean cuisines, lending a woodsy flavor to sauces, stews, and grilled meats. It's best to add whole leaves, then remove them before serving the dish.
Lemon verbena - Annual or Frost tender Perennial. 2-3 feet. Fast growing. Strong lemon scent, great for essential oil production. Good for adding to food and beverages. Companion plant with basil, bee balm and oregano.
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Get Rid of Acne the natural way
Parsley, herb garden by front deck stairs
Parsley, contain vitamins and minerals like: Beta Carotene, Chlorophyll, Folic acid and Iron and is considered one of the seven best food to fight disease today.
Health Benefits of Parsley
Curly Leaf Parsley
Banish under eye circles with Parsley
Curley Parsley- Find this and other great native plants at Beaver Creek Reserve's annual Native Plant Sale!
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Oregano When you're suffering from cold or flu, steep oregano in a pot of water and inhale the vapors, which are antibacterial, antiviral and decongesting. This immunity-enhancing herb also settles digestion and prevents bloating from Herb Gardening Guide
Oregano - this herb does well in dried form, but the fresh form definitely has more flavor. This versatile herb shows up in almost every cuisine I'm familiar with including, Italian, Mexican, Cuban, Greek and American to name a few. It's a low maintenance, pretty plant that would be not only a tasty but visually lovely accompaniment to any kitchen herb garden.
Health Benefits of Oregano
Oregano - When you're suffering from cold or flu, steep oregano in a pot of water and inhale the vapors, which are antibacterial, antiviral and decongesting. This immunity-enhancing herb also settles digestion and prevents bloating. #oregeno #healing #herb #natural #medicine
healing powerfull medicinal plants can grown in your garden less visits to the doctor,start learning by Growing Oregano.......
Oregano When you're suffering from cold or flu, steep oregano in a pot of water and inhale the vapors, which are antibacterial, antiviral and decongesting. This immunity-enhancing herb also settles digestion and prevents bloating. #plantbased #holistic #healing #natural #flu #illness
Fresh Basil, Fresh Scented, Nature Food, Herbs, Growing Green, Transplant Basil, Extra Flavoured, Gardens, Food Wisdom
Table Talk - Growing Green: how herbs can help the planet
Oak barrel for an herb garden. Neat idea.
Not only does it smell good, but it also tastes delicious! I worked in a greenhouse for a couple of years, and transplanting basil was one of my favorite jobs.
Peppermint Essential Oils, Growing Herbs, Food, Teas, Remedies, Health Benefits, Plants, Herbs Gardens, Leaves
mint plants - super easy to grow & full of health benefits too - Mints (Mentha spp.) can be used as both a ground cover and attractant for bees. They also are excellent for flavoring foods, teas, and for plant based medicines. Dill (Anethum graveolens), caraway (Carum carvi), parsley (Petroselinum crispum), and fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) all serve as host plants for butterflies and beneficial insects, and as food for humans. All of them will self-sow if allowed to set seed.
Peppermint essential oil is good for headaches, stomach aches, muscle and join pain and soooo many more things!
Will this intimidate me out of planting an herb garden?
all abouts growing herbs
herbalmedicinewoman: Peppermint (Mentha piperita) Common names: brandy mint, balm mint, curled mint, lamb mint. Part used: Leaves and oil. Medical properties: Aromatic, stimulant, stomachic, carminative, rebefacient. Description and uses: This is one of the oldest house hold remedies and should be in every garden as it grows very prolifically. Excellent remedy for chills, colic, fevers, dizziness, flatulence, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dysentery, cholera, heart trouble, palpitation of the heart, influenza, la grippe, and hysteria. Applied externally, it is good for rheumatism, nueralgia, and headache. Peppermint enemas are excellent for cholera and colon problems. It is especially useful for convulsions and spams in infants. Peppermint is a general stimulant. A strong cup of peppermint tea will act more powerfully on the the system than any liquor stimulant, quickly diffusing itself through the system and bringing back to the body, its natural warmth and glow without the usual tendency to relapse. It is good in cases of sudden fainting or dizziness with extreme coldness and pale countenance. Useful for gripping pains caused by eating unripe fruit or irritating food. Do no drink coffee and tea, which is harmful, Coffee weakens heart muscles. Peppermint tea is delicious and strengthens your heart muscles.Coffee hinders digestion, is a cause of constipation and poisons the body. Peppermint tea cleanses and strengthens the entire body. Give it a fair trial and see how much better you feel when you leave off coffee and tea and drink peppermint tea. Instead of using aspirin or some other harmful drug for headaches, a a cup of peppermint tea as string as you like it, lie down for a little while, and see what a good effect it has on you. If need be, drink 2 or 3 cups, so that enough gets into the system to help you. You will not be disappointed. It strengthens the nerves, instead of weakening them as aspirin and other drugs do. If the tea is not at hand, take some of the leaves and chew them up until you can swallow the easily. This will start your food digesting and assist the entire body in doing its work more normally. use one ounce of the herb in a pint of boiling water and sweeten with some honey if desired. Take in doses of one wine glassful. You may also use 5 to 15 drops of the liquid extract in a cup of water. -source:Back to Eden by Jethro kloss, the revised and Expanded Second Edition
Snails, Sali Salvia
Salvia officinalis, Salie, Sage, great repellant for slugs and snails that want to eat your Alcea Rosa!
Alles over Salie (Salvia officinalis)
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HERB GARDEN Sage, edible, purple flowers. Potential pot sharer
Health benefits of sage
Sage - One of the essential herbs, along with parsley, rosemary and thyme. Grown for distillation of an essential oil. It has a savoury, slightly peppery flavor. Healing properties long attributed to the various Salvia species. (antisweating agent, antibiotic, antifungal, astringent, antispasmodic, estrogenic, hypoglycemic, and tonicmanagement of Alzheimer's disease. Investigations have taken place into using sage as a treatment for Alzheimer's disease patients.
Nature's most powerful medicinal plants. Sage is an incredibly useful herb, widely considered to be perhaps the most valuable herb. It is anti-flammatory, anti-oxidant, and antifungal. In fact, according to the noted resource World’s Healthiest Foods, “Its reputation as a panacea is even represented in its scientific name, Salvia officinalis, derived from the Latin word, salvere, which means ‘to be saved’.” It was used as a preservative for meat before the advent of refrigeration
sage. Sage is an incredibly useful herb, widely considered to be perhaps the most valuable herb. It is anti-flammatory, anti-oxidant, and antifungal. In fact, according to the noted resource World’s Healthiest Foods, “Its reputation as a panacea is even represented in its scientific name, Salvia officinalis, derived from the Latin word, salvere, which means ‘to be saved’.” It was used as a preservative for meat before the advent of refrigeration (eminently useful: you never know when you’ll be forced to hunt in the wild). Sage aids digestion, relieves cramps, reduces diarrhea, dries up phlegm, fights colds, reduces inflammation and swelling, acts as a salve for cuts and burns, and kills bacteria. Sage apparently even brings color back to gray hair. A definite concern when lost in the woods.
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Thyme kills bacteria and viruses and should be taken at first signs of a cold or illness. Thyme is a source of essential vitamins such as vitamins A, E, C, K, B-complex and folic acid and it is also a source of calcium, iron, manganese, selenium, and potassium. Thyme contains antiseptic, antiviral, antibacterial, carminative, diaphoretic, and is an expectorant which supports healing the entire body. #songcroft naturals #natural living #organic living #natural family #organic family
THYME: Kills bacteria & viruses when taken @ first sign of cold/illness. Rich in A, E, C, K, B-complex, lutein & a good source of calcium, iron, manganese, selenium & potassium. The oil has been used as an antiseptic since ancient times due to its antiviral/antibacterial properties. A great purifying herb for the digestive tract where its been found to destroy intestinal worms & aid in the digestion of fatty foods. Use fresh thyme when cooking in soups, salads, dips, vegetable sides, rice, etc.
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I love the way rosemary smells!