Herb Health Benefits
Grow chervil with tarragon, chives and parsley for fresh fines herbes this gardening season.
Add sorrel to your kitchen garden to grow a super healthy green for salads, soups and side dishes.
The dandelion is one of the most hated weeds in America, but also the mostly widely used wild green in the world. Learn how this herb was used historically, how it can treat many ailments, such as liver diseases and eczema, and how to make a dandelion omelet.
When your muscles are aching and your bones aren't moving, spice up your life by adding a little more spice to your meals with these herbs for inflammation. It may just be what Mother Nature ordered.
Since Oregon grape (Mahonia spp.) is the state flower of Oregon, we thought it would be nice to spend a little time telling you about the Pacific Northwest's best kept secret.
Black Cohosh, one of the early Native Americans' favorite medicinal plants, contains many benefits that can help you live a healthier life.
Milk thistle, which has a long history of safe and effective medicinal use dating back thousands of years, is medicinally valued for supporting healthy liver function.
This smooth, caffeine-free herbal tisane is rich in antioxidants and a fresh addition to summer meals.
Add garlic to your daily diet by taking these tips into consideration.
Every herb has a story, and that of licorice begins with its reputation as a “sweet herb.” Plants are put on this earth to provide nourishment and healing benefits. Licorice is one of those unique and special plants that does both.
Boost your immune system, control your cholesterol levels and stay full longer with healthy, easy-to-make winter soups.
These three herbal staples treat acne, treat eczema and reduce inflammation.
Arnica cream, ointment, tincture or salve can relieve muscle and joint pain.