We all have the grand idea of a BIG garden that is supplying us with all our table needs.
But really, that garden is out of reach for so many.
Maybe you do not have the space or just feel you physically
cannot take on the physical needs of a home garden.
But you can plant a few plants which can benefit you in so many ways.
You can grow them almost anywhere there is some sunshine.
By your front door or in your kitchen window, herbs are a blessing in SO many ways.
And yes, Granny knew this!
This Spring, plan to grow herbs...for cooking, medicinal and emergency purposes.
These easy to grow plants ALWAYS are on hand in my kitchen year round.
Every meal in our home begins with one or more of the herbs below.
Hey, let's face it, Granny knew the value of an herb and we do also.
Pick a few and plan to plant.
DRIED LAVENDER* -for rashes, burns, psoriasis, stress and insomnia.
GINGER- settles nausea and diarrhea.
OREGANO*-immune booster. Settles stomach, fights infection and colds.
BASIL*-reduces tension, sleep aid.
BAY LEAVES-a digestive aid. My mother boiled the leaves and served as a tea to settle the stomach.
GARLIC-immune booster and wards off infection.
PEPPERMINT*- for nausea, stress, headaches, muscle pain, weight loss
ROSEMARY*- Supports the immune system, fights candida.
Cloves - analgesic properties, and kills bacteria.
* These are a MUST in my kitchen for cooking, soaps, medicinal and skin care needs.
You can see that along with adding flavor to so many dishes, herbs have valuable properties in regards to our health. In my home, they are grown and dried yearly for use in a variety of ways. Alternatives in treating illness, for use in skin/bath products and in cooking - herbs are a valuable plant!
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