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Showing you that herbs don’t just taste good…..they do good!

What you will learn

Identify which herbs in your kitchen have beneficial properties other than tasting good

Show how to use kitchen herbs to benefit from their medicinal properties

Identify kitchen herbs

Empower yourself by learning about the medicine cabinet in your kitchen

Description

A short course going through the basic herbs you are likely to already have in your kitchen, or that are easy and cheap to buy, and their medicinal properties.

From rosemary to garlic, mint to ginger – we all have herbs in our cupboards, draws and fridges that can be used to do more than make our food taste good.

The medicinal properties of these herbs can help with menopausal symptoms, headaches, sore muscles and even increase your general health.

This course will show you how to identify the herbs. What they can do and how to use them simply and easily.

Many of these herbs are super simple to grow in gardens and pots on the window sill.

You don’t even have to know how to cook. As long as you can heat water you can benefit from these amazing and delicious kitchen herbs simply and easily.

Margaret the author firmly believes that by learning a little about medicinal herbs and how to use them we empower ourselves and connect to the natural world around us.  In a world where we are becoming increasingly distanced from nature and it’s beauty, connecting with herbs is a simple and easy way to counter that.

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Introduction

Kitchen Herbs

Garlic

Rosemary

Thyme

Sage

Mint

Lemon Balm

Dill

Marjoram

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