Turmeric is an excellent addition to any meal, adding zest to the flavor. However, satisfying your taste buds is not the only benefit of this spice. It was been used for thousands of years to treat many health ailments.
The fruits of rose plants are called hips. The hips are very nutritious and are especially rich in vitamin C. They are flavourful and can be eaten raw or cooked.
Thyme is an aromatic and tasty herb. Thyme oil contains a chemical called thymol and has killed bacteria and fungi in the lab. It may have health benefits.
Harvest and roast your own dandelion roots, juice your ginger and dry the pulp, and try this cold and flu prevention supplement.
Bay leaves are aromatic leaves that are often used in cooking. While these leaves give a distinct fragrance and flavor to many meals, bay leaf has been in use since ancient times to treat many health ailments and conditions.
Commonly used in Indian cuisine, cardamom has reached out to other countries throughout the world as a pleasing, fragrant spice used in many meals. Not only should you keep this spice in your cabinet as an ingredient for your next meal, you should also keep it because of its many health benefits.
Learn about the superb flavor and health benefits of parsley, sage, rosemary, and thyme. These herbs were used through the ages for both medicinal and culinary purposes and are easy to grow yourself.
As the name suggests, feverfew has been used for centuries as a medicinal herb to reduce fevers. However, there are many additional healing properties that this plant contains.
Comfrey is a beautiful herb with many medicinal properties that helps with many medical issues. Here we discuss the plant, how to use it and what it can do to help you remain healthy.
Cloves are a tasty spice that enhances the taste of food. Clove oil may help toothaches, but the oil and the eugenol that it contains may also cause health problems.
The Butterfly pea flower or Clitoria ternatea has been used for centuries in ancient Chinese and Indian Ayurvedic healing practices. Contemporarily, the Butterfly pea flower is used to decrease stress, improve eyesight, and more!
Plantain, how do you use it? Here's my 5 favorite ways to prepare plantain for medicinal use including tincture, poultice, tea etc. Plus over 20 ways this common weed offers relief!
Herbs and spices do more than add flavor to our foods; they promote health and wellness. Let’s learn about the healing properties in your spice rack.
Everything you need to know about St John's Wort (Hypericum): where it is from, what it is used for, and its health benefits and dangers.
This is a guide for herbs and plants that may help you with your health ailments and conditions. This is a short list compared to many medicinal plants.
Information on wheatgrass health benefits and nutritional profile. The nutritional value of this plant is high, and modern science ranks it amongst the healthiest foods for you.