Herbs

You'll find information here about herbs that don't fit into any category currently.

Snippets about uses that don't warrant a full page but are useful to know.

There are so many uses for herbs - medicinal, culinary and cosmetic.



  • For example, a rosemary infusion is good as a final rinse for oily hair.
  • Rosemary is reputed to lessen the appearance of grey hairs if you have dark hair and use it as a rinse.
  • Chew a sprig of parsley to neutralise the smell of garlic.
  • Chamomile is useful as an eye bath, lessens the pain of toothache and can be used as a rinse for lightening blonde hair.

The herbs articles are arranged in alphabetical order and each page will give you bits of information that don't fit into a specific category.

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Read all about basil how you can make anything from dog treats to cakes, use it as skin care, grow it in soil or water, indoors or out, how it's a bug repellant, preserve in oil, salt, dry or freeze - the list is endless. Find out all about beautiful basil.


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