If you haven't downloaded the files, the WHO (World Health Organization) has 5 PDF files of medicinal plants with the monographs.
WHO Monographs on Selected Medicinal Plants - Volume 2
Go down the page and you will see the link to download the PDF's
I have been sick for about 10 days. Although the worst has passed, I still have that lingering cough...and it seems to act up only at night. I have taken Goldenseal Root, Lung Support & Fenugreek tea...are there any other herbs that will do a better job in getting rid of the cough?Thanks:)
This is the year for mint in many of my recipes, along with my basil (an annual), they go together so well adding a nice flavor to many of my summer salads.
I also grow chives which I use in place of onions often and some tarragon that I never use. The tarragon comes up like gangbusters but I...
Herbs de Provence/Provencal
Recipe DescriptionThis MYO mix is so much more cost effective than buying it at the grocery. Preparation Steps:Gather spices and measuring spoons to be used. Level of Difficulty:Easy Time Needed:5-10 min Ingredients:~1 tbsp dried...
Rosemary is one I just can't deal with. I've done the roasted potatoes with rosemary and it's overrated. :P Several ways.
I know there is a love/hate out there for Cilantro but I find the stuff absolutely yummy.
Oh and Basil rocks my socks.
I need to cut back on salt big time too. I don't...
If you're looking to enliven your holiday staples, skip the recipe overhaul and think minor tweaks with greenery.
Fresh herbs are a fast and simple way to enhance tried-and-true recipes, even ones already heavily seasoned with dried herbs. Switching to fresh can give a dish a whole new feel...
Today I'm doing one tray of parsley and one of chives. They've been growing in the south facing bay window all winter, and I've been using them all winter and now it's time to put them outside. So I cut them way back and now I'm drying them ;)
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Hello! I came across this forum and thought I'd join and learn how to do this forum thing ( technologically impaired grandma here). I am happily married and my hubby and I have 7 grown kids and 6 grandkids ( 1 in heaven :angel2:) between us. We live on a beautiful...
I love having fresh herbs on hand. But what is the best way to clean and store them?
I did see that you can rinse them and use a salad spinner. Which I do have one. But how to store after I after I clean them.
Of the herbs you grow, how many of them do you actually harvest and use constantly... I am worried I will grow some herbs and not use them... Do you use them only for flavor, or do you use them for decorations and such? Just curious.