Herbs you can use for natural health in the salad bowl and as remedies.
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Here are 25 herbs you can grow to add variety to your salads. In most cases you can also use them for making remedies for day to day ailments.
The salads we eat nowadays are so much varied than our grandmothers would have served up. Instead of limp lettuce, cucumber and tomato, we have a huge selection of leaves and flowers we can add to the mix. A varied diet is much more healthy than the same old thing we always eat, so the more the healthier!
After reading this book, you'll have a huge variety of herb salad ingredients at your fingertips, and know how to use them to treat everyday ailments, without having to fatten the purses of the pharmaceutical companies.
It's ok to use a pinch of some herb in cooking, even if you're pregnant, but when it comes to using them for remedies, the quantities used are much greater and the concentration very much higher. MOST HERBS ARE NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE BY PREGNANT WOMEN.
Less than half of the remedies listed in this issue are ok to use as remedies when you're pregnant. These are anise hyssop, salad burnet, chervil, dandelion, fennel, garlic chives, English marigold (and its oil), green onions, ramsons, salad rocket and sorrel.