Kitchen Herbs

Thyme

Thyme ‘s reputation as a healer and protector goes back thousands of years it was taken as a protector, factor of respect, bravery and courage. at the time of black death many people ran towards thyme for protection. and now thyme is used in the kitchen of every household for its benefits for health. it fights against fungi and many other diseases. it can also be called as a life herb. planting this plant can only bring health and taste to your kitchen and health.

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Peppermint

It is a natural hybrid of water mint (Mentha aquatica ) and spearmint . This herb has been used as a remedy for indigestion since Ancient Egyptian times. It is popular as a traditional or folk remedy for several conditions and illnesses because of its calming effects, including flatulence, menstrual pains, diarrhoea, nausea, depression-related anxiety, muscle and nerve pain, the common cold, indigestion, and irritable bowel syndrome.

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Parsley

The Ancient Greeks simply associated parsley with death as it was supposed to have sprung from the blood of Archemorus . from its ancient history to its present benefits of providing an excellent source of vitamin K and vitamin C as well as a good source of vitamin A, folate and iron. Parsley's volatile oil components include myristicin, limonene, eugenol and alpha-thujen in the kitchen . it is a pleasing herb to enhance your cooking .

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Sage

Sage has been held in high regard throughout history both for it culinary and medicinal properties. Its reputation as a panacea is even represented in its scientific name, Salvia officinalis, derived from the Latin word, salvere, which means "to be saved. Planting and using it will definitely make everyone compliment your food.

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Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha, also known as Indian Ginseng, has a wide range of health benefits, including its ability to fight against cancer and diabetes, as well as reduce inflammation, arthritis, asthma, hypertension, stress, and rheumatism . this herb of health can be your secret of healthy life and better living


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Basil

Basil who doesn’t know about (tulsi) holy native plant of India the other meaning of basil is king. This holy plant has been worshipped by the people of India as a symbol of purity. and also scientifically it is also known as an antioxidant to fight against many diseases like fighting cancer, diabetes and many more.

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Stevia

Stevia is a plant native to South America. It is part of the sunflower family and its leaves are naturally sweet. This plant helps in maintaining blood sugar level. Its appearance is pleasant in nature, its leaves moulded in the shape of a flower makes it even more interesting.




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Ajwain

Bishop's weed or carom, is an annual herb in the family Apiaceae. Ajwain plant is also called bishop's weed, but this is a common name it shares with some other different plant. It helps in reducing kidney diseases, asthmatic problems and many more. Its small shinny leaves and mild fragrance will light up your garden and its benefits are just an add up to your life.

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Rosemary

An Herb with History. Rosemary is an evergreen shrub and a member of the mint family. It has nothing to do with Mary or roses, instead deriving its name from the Latin "rosmarinus." which means "dew of the sea," referring to its light blue flowers and affinity for wet environments. Rosemary fragrance will help you connect to nature and will help you start a day with its essence.

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Orgigano

Since it is from Greece. Greeks believed that this herb was created by the Goddess Aphrodite. The word “oregano” comes from the Greek words oros, for “mountain,” and ganos, for “joy” meaning “ joy of the mountains to which ever dish this plant is added to it turns it into a new dish with defining it. Oregano’s small leaves will add flavour and magic to your cooking.

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