Medicinal Herbs: Grow Your Own Medicine! Noreen’s Kitchen
Greetings! Here I show you some of the medicinal herbs that I plan on putting into the garden this year. I have two boxes in the garden that are in a far corner and in rather shady spots. They don’t serve me well for some veggies so I thought I would go ahead and plant some herbs. The herbs that I have chosen are mostly for medicinal purposes. I plan to make tinctures, teas and use them dried. I will go into them more in another video.
Never consume any herb unless you have researched it and know exactly what the implications are. Never use medicinal herbs or plants until you educate yourself on their uses and medicinal properties. The same is true for local wild edibles. Never eat any wild plant unless you have educated yourself or consulted a local expert.
I hope you are encouraged to get yourself some medicinal herbs and bone up on your plant knowledge!
I get all of my herb seeds from Baker Creek Seeds. They can be found at:
I use Herbs 2000 as one of my sources for herb info. They can be found here:
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MAKE A HERB GARDEN – In a small area of your home – Fresh Herbs on Tap
I love Fresh Herbs in cooking and we have always tried to have a herb garden, wherever we live. In my new place, there was not an established herb garden, so I decided to start one.
No matter how small your outside space there is always room for a pot of herbs. So my advice to an cook is, if your growing something you can’t eat, pull it out and replace it with a beautiful edible plant 🙂
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Parsley is on of the most popular herbs for cooking, is versatile and delicious. Growing parsley in a pot has many advantages: you can move the herb around to find the best growing conditions, bring it indoors when it gets too cold and you can keep it close to the kitchen whenever you need to use some.
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Italian flat-leaf parsley is a flavorful herb that’s easy to grow. P. Allen Smith shares tips on how to grown Italian parsley in your garden or inside your home. Resistant to most pests, Italian parsley is still vulnerable to spider mites. Simply spray herb with an insecticidal soap if trouble occurs.
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