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* volatile oils that help stimulate brain activities and increase brain alertness.
*Hair treatment, to stimulate the scalp for faster, healthier, and stronger growth.
* One compound it contains, cineole, Rosemary also aids in digestion and perks up your immune system.
Growing tips: Rosemary needs to live in a very sunny window and may even need supplemental light. It is sensitive to overwatering so keep it on the dry side.
TO USE: Take Fresh Rosemary or dried herbs and boil for 10 minutes. Let it sit so the water can absorb all the oils and magic till it is room temperature. Place on hair or skin with palms, a damp towel, or a custom spray bottle.
* It increases healthy gastric secretions, relaxes the intestines, soothes spasms, settles the stomach, and alleviates gas.
*Aids in severe heart burn.
*Rich in antioxidants that support good vision and also cleanses your liver, helping to eliminate harmful toxins from your body. Growing tips: Mint is an easy-to-grow herb that is invasive, so be sure to grow it in its own pot.
TO USE: Boil in water as a tea, and drink.
*Aids in the cold or flu, steep oregano in a pot of water and inhale the vapors, which are antibacterial, antiviral and decongesting.
*settles digestion and prevents bloating.
TO USE: Cook with your favorite italian and soup dishes.
Growing tips: Oregano needs a lot of light to grow so find a window with direct light or grow out-of-doors.
*Increase oxygen to the brain cortex and to help improve concentration.
*Sage is easy on the digestion.
TO USE: Cook it up in soups and poultry dishes. For beauty and hair bring to a boil and let it sit to room temperature apply to the external/ internal body.
Growing tips: Sage can be a bit difficult to grow. It is very sensitive to overwatering because it is more susceptible to mildew than other herbs.
*Contain a substantial amount of vitamin C as well as essential minerals such as potassium, calcium, iron and folic acid.
* clears stuffy noses, prevent bad breath, ease stomach aches, strengthen the lower back, and improve poor circulation that gives you cold hands and feet.
TO USE: Chop up chives and add them to stir-fries or mix in with ground poultry to stuff ravioli or dumplings.
Growing tips: Chives are fairly easy to grow because they don’t require as much light as other herbs.
* Scent can perk up your energy level and it is filled with luteolin, a bioflavonoid that studies have shown to be the best protection of cell DNA from radiation.
TO USE: Combine with a tea, or use in your regular cooking.
Growing tips: Basil can be more difficult to grow. Your best bet is to grow it during warm, bright summer months.
*Energy tonic that can boost your immune system and smooth out your digestion.
TO USE: In your cooking to get its health benefits.
Growing tips: Cilantro, the name for the stems and leaves of the coriander plant, can be hard to grow. Sow the coriander seeds in a thick concentration in a shallow tray.
*Cools the liver and clearing the eyes.
*Packed with luteolin, and there is some evidence that this helps protect the eye from UV radiation damage and from glycation, a process in which sticky sugar molecules bind up protein, potentially damaging the retina.
TO USE:The age-old folk remedy recipe for vision protection is a juice blend of celery, peppermint, and Chinese parsley, made fresh daily. To aid in Eye infections and puffiness, boil and soak in a cloth. Wring out and apply to area with eyes closed.
Growing tips: Parsley doesn’t need very much sun, but it is a slow grower, so don’t expect a high yield.