artemisia - herb of the year

Herb of the Year ~ 2014

The International Herb Association has announced Artemisia spp. as Herb of the Year for 2014 log on to learn about this beautiful herb… http://www.iherb.org/hoy2014.htm Happy New Year to everyone at Eat Your Herbs forum. ~ Meadow Walker

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Holiday Recipes

What better way to use up leftover chicken or turkey stock and Thanksgiving turkey? This recipe serves 10-12. Serve half the soup after Thanksgiving and freeze the rest for a quick and hearty dinner in December. Turkey and Root Vegetable Soup 2 large carrots, cut in slices or small chunks 2 large parsnips peeled and […]

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Herbal Cornucopia

During the first world war, garlic juice was used in field dressings to prevent gangrene. During the second world war, rosemary leaves and juniper berries were burned in hospital wards to kill germs. The name “Jasmine” comes from the Persian word “yasmin” which means “gift from God.” Goto kola stimulates collagen production in women over […]

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Herbs That May Increase Self-Confidence

Lemon Balm taken in the form of tea- relieves stress and anxiety in social situations. When you’re not stressed and anxious, you feel more confident. Use fresh or dried lemon balm leaves and drink up to 3 cups each day. Valerian- This supplement also reduces those feelings of low self esteem many of us often […]

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Halloween Dinner~ Herby and Delicious

Even Charlie Brown and the Great Pumpkin would enjoy this one pan dinner. You’ll need a whole roasting chicken, redskin potatoes and a bag of those baby carrots. The herbs featured in this dish are sage, thyme, spearmint and chives. You can use fresh or dried herbs. 13x9x2 baking dish. You can use a throw […]

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