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Basil, parsley, laurel, rosemary, tarragon, mint, dill, chives, thyme, sage, oregano... the whole culinary herbs family illustrated on a beautiful black background.
Parsley: Petroselinum crispum Parsley leaves and root are high in iron content and rich in vitamins A, B, C and trace minerals. Parsley adds color and aids digestion of the foods we eat and acts to prevent gas and bloating. diuretic, helps gout and rheumatism. Parsley does inhibit the histamines that trigger allergies so may help treat sinus infection and congestion. Don't take medicinal (mega) doses if pregnant
Herbalist Deb Soule's list of healing plants... Deb's life closely follows the yearly agricultural rhythm, spending most days with her hands in the earth tending three acres of medicinal plants using organic and biodynamic practices.
I've barely ever cooked with marjoram, but I have grown it the last few years just because I love the smell so much.