Everyday healing power

Discover the everyday healing power of flavorful culinary herbs. Add herbs and let your diet do double duty by eating well to feed your appetite and your health.
This article was taken from Herb Companion Newsletter ***
I once gave a friend a gift basket I had filled with packets of culinary herb seeds. On each packet I wrote the herb’s therapeutic benefits. My friend later said she was now sprinkling “little green things” on all of her food—a new habit that she still enjoys. Culinary aficionados describe those “little green things” as they would a fine wine or an intoxicating perfume. For example, Jill Norman in The Classic Herb Cookbook (DK Adult, 1997) portrays mints as “…highly aromatic, the strong, sweetish yet fresh smell is instantly recognizable. The taste is pleasantly warm and pungent with a cooling aftertaste.” Aromatic, flavor-rich herbs truly are intoxicating—not just in a culinary sense, but medicinally, too. Their flavors and aromas are rich in medicinal import. Herbs help us digest our food, detoxify our bodies, and keep our hearts and minds active. Even in smidgens, they make their presence felt. *** Flavorful Recipes With Healing Powers
Herb ButterHerb OilShrimp with Coconut Milk, Chile and Curry LeafCarrot and Ginger EnergizerSalsa VerdeHerb-Roasted PotatoesTurmeric Yogurt SoupChile Pepper GarnishStrawberry, Cantaloupe and Basil Salad • Online Exclusive Recipe: Bow Ties with Herb Sauce Follow the links for more information or read the article page-by-page. Shortcut to Digestive Herbs Shortcut to Antimicrobial Herbs Shortcut to Antioxidant Herbs Shortcut to Memory-Boosting Herbs Shortcut to Heart-Healthy Herbs
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