The Ultimate Guide To Herbal Medicine!

Herbs are an amazing addition to any meal. They provide a fresh taste and aesthetic appeal to your dishes. However, nowadays people prefer to use dried up herbs from the shelf. They claimed that it’s fast and convenient. Unfortunately, nothing taste or look better than the natural, fresh leaves of the herbal plants. It does no justice to the dish by using dry herbs. Fresh herbs can bring any dish to life.

Taking care of them can be fun and enjoyable. If you are confused about how to take care of your herbal plants, look no further. We have the ultimate beginner’s guide that can educate you on taking care of your herbal plants and information about different types of plants.


Use cool, clean water to rinse and remove the dirt off of the herbs. After that, gently pat and drain the herbs until it’s clean and dry. Find a jar and put a little bit of water in there. Trim the ends of the herb stem and place them in the jar. You can leave them on the counter or store it in the refrigerator.


You can chop up the herbs and put them into an ice cube tray and freeze it for later usage. You can also put olive oil in the ice tray with the herbs for a nice sauté and roasted dish.


A microplane mill is the best tool to use for mincing your herbs. If you don’t want to use it, you can grab a sharp knife and cut them carefully.

Indoor Gardening

herbal indoor gardening

You can also grow your herbs indoor to avoid nasty weathers. There are various indoor gardening kits that are easy to use and efficient. That way, you will get fresh herbs on a daily basis that is accessible on the kitchen counter.

Types of herbs to consider:

• Basil

Basils are an excellent herb that adds maximum flavor to your dish. They also have anti-inflammatory properties for health benefits. If you are suffering from chronic illnesses such as arthritis, then basils are highly recommended for you. It has a minty and peppery taste that adds a tint of sweetness to it. This makes it a great addition to any pasta dishes.

• Cilantro

Cilantros have a high concentration of carotenoids, which contains an abundance of vitamin A. It has a bright taste with some citrus sensation to it. It’s perfect for guacamole, salsa, or any Mexican dishes.

• Lemongrass

This type of herb is great for Asian dishes such as Thai or Vietnamese food. It also has anti-inflammatory properties to reduce swelling and promote fluid balance in the body. They make a wonderful addition to any curry or Pad Thai dishes.

Growing fresh herbs in the comfort of your own home can be a fantastic learning experience. You’ll feel very proud and accomplish about your ingredients. You will also have confidence that your ingredients are fresh and free from pesticide. If you are in need of something clean and green, just hop over to your indoor gardening and snip some leaves here and there and you got an excellent addition to your dishes.

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2 thoughts on “The Ultimate Guide To Herbal Medicine!”

  1. I can’t grow in my yard as all of my neighbors use chem lawn; however, I do grow in pots on my deck- I love snipping some fresh basil, rosemary, or mint– The herbs are great flavor and I know they are good for us too.. thanks for all the valuable information

    1. HI Judee,
      Its really hard when your neighbors are using chemicals – there should be a ban on such things. Glad to hear that you found a way go grow your own herbs. Thanks for stopping by and commenting. Have a healthy, happy & blessed day!

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