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Herbs are a valuable addition to your daily diet - you can use them in a variety of ways.
They smell delicious, taste delicious and have many cosmetic and medicinal uses.
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Using herbs in cooking is maybe the best way of keeping in good health, there isn't a clear culinary/medicinal herb divide.
The Herb Guide Sitemap is a listing of every page within The Herb Guide.
A guide to herbs and their uses. Culinary, medicinal, cosmetic, lots of articles about all things herbal
Learn how to deal with indoor garden pests without using chemicals. You will be eating these plants and you don't want to contaminate them.
Minted new potatoes are so delicious and easy to cook in the microwave.They are the perfect side for a summer salad or lamb dish. Step by step with photos
Do you have a herb related question - this is the place to ask and read what others want to know. Useful little titbits, snippets and How To information
St John's wort has been described as 'Nature's Prozac'. It is clinically proven to be as effective in the treatment of mild to moderate depression as prozac.
A versatile open tart herb recipe. This would be good if you have vegetarians and meat eaters to cater for at the same meal. Really easy to adapt so that you don't have loads of cooking to do.
This herb dumplings recipe is so simple to make. Here are step by step photos on how to make dumplings - just right to drop into soup
Indoor herb gardens are a good option if you have no garden or you want herbs during the winter. Growing herbs indoors with Aerogrow.
Easy step by step with photos tutorial for growing lavender from cuttings. An inexpensive way of increasing your stock.
Growing salad burnet is relatively easy. It's a perennial and has a lovely delicate cucumber flavor which goes well in salads and summer drinks - bring on the Pimms :-)
The Growers Dictionary is where you will find explanations of the terms gardeners use. How to layer and divide plants to increase your stock - what's mulch? How do you sow seeds and take cuttings
Find a great herb gift for under $10. If you have herb lovers to buy for then have a look at this great selection to find the perfect gift - or a little treat for yourself.
Herb Guide TV is a section where you will find the videos that the Herb Guide has published. A wide range of herbal videos making simple remedies, cosmetics, gardening and cooking.
This garlic prawn recipe (shrimp) is very simple and quick to cook. Ideal as an appetizer or lunch with crusty bread to mop up the garlicky sauce.
Herb Guide News is a free monthly publication that is full of great info on growing and using herbs. From culinary through cosmetic to medicinal
Comfrey applied externally as a poultice will help aches and strains. It is also an excellent organic fertilizer and well worth growing a patch in your garden to feed other plants.
About Me. A brief background on Liz who writes the Herb Guide and why she does it!
The Herb Guide that will answer your questions on growing, storing and using herbs from culinary to medicinal uses
Which are the best herbs to go with chicken. Fantastic list here with recipes to try. Lovely versatile chicken.
A full list of herbs to go with fish and seafood. Great recipes for the very best herby fish and seafood dishes.
Lamb is the traditional roast for Easter. It is succulent and these 7 Herbs to go with Lamb will enhance the flavor without overpowering it
April's edition of the Herb Guide News Featuring testing seed viability, herbs to go with pork, remedies, recipes and crafts
Issue #6 of Herb Guide News focuses on herbs to repel mosquitos. Which are the best herbs to grow in your sitting area or around your windows to deter these pests.
The mint herb is an essential in any herb garden. Growing mint is easy and there are many types of mint - from the common spearmint to chocolate mint. More than 20 photos
This mint sauce recipe is a good way to preserve mint for use out of season. Step by step guide with photos for making mint sauce
Rosemary is a superb evergreen herb. It is used widely in cooking and beauty products. An infusion is a good rinse for oily hair.
Step by step instructions with photos to make sage stuffing. You'll love this - so easy and tasty. I doubt you'll ever want to buy a packet of mix again!
This fresh herb recipe is a spicy combination of coriander, chicken, rice, beans and salsa - almost a chicken chilli in a pepper bowl. Great with some sliced avocado and tortillas.
This fabulous video from the UK shows you how to build a fire pit in your backyard using easily obtained materials in a few hours
This great one pot recipe uses a gorgeous combination of chicken tomato basil and rice. It takes about 10 minutes to prepare and 40 minutes to bake in the oven. A perfect mid week meal.
People love receiving herb gifts. Everything from herbal tea through growing kits to indoor gardens. Prices to suit all.
Ayurveda is the ancient herb medicine of India. It is holistic and has been in existence for more than 5000 years.
Review and unit by unit description of the Herbal Academy of New England Introductory Herbal Course
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Unit 2 of the Herbal Academy of New England Introductory Herbal Medicine Course covers herbs for kids, her and him along with colds and flu remedies
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Unit 3 of the Herbal Academy of New England Introductory Herbal Medicine Course covers kitchen remedies. Review of this fascinating unit
The Herb Academy Herbalism Courses are the very best online herbal medicine courses you can take. This is a review of the Body Care Module in the Introductory Herbalism Course
The holiday issue of Herb Guide News covers homemade stuffing, thyme cough syrup and homemade herbal gifts.
A two ingredient no churn, no cook ice cream base flavoured with honey and lavender. So easy a child could make it.
Beautiful basil is the herb featured in this edition of The Herb Guide eZine. Fabulous recipes, growing tips and projects
This chocolate mint cookie recipe is so simple and combines chocolate with the refreshing taste of mint. Just pop a mint thin on to melt after cooking - delicious.
Herb Guide News Issue #9 has great tips, techniques and inside information about using herbs - cooking, freezing, drying, remedies, cosmetics and lots more
This basa fish with mint sauce is an unusual blend of herb. You would normally expect mint to go with lamb but this sauce is quite different.
In the language of love, lavender means devotion and undying love. This issue of The Herb Guide eZine gives some great ways of using lavender as gifts for your beloved..
Nasi Ulam is a traditional Malay herb recipe. This one is sent from Nazlina who runs a cookery school in Penang.
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