8 treasures of nature: small herbs

Who are “Going Green”  through our products have acquired a taste of it and now want to create a separate herb garden, for we have put together exactly the right herbs. Parsley, mint and other herbs are real treasures: beautifier, remedies and natural flavor enhancer in one. Our favorites:
dill

Goes well with:
cucumbers, salads and fresh fish. Healing: He is said to have a nerve-calming effect. It also aims to stimulate the appetite, help insomnia and relieve indigestion. Special tip: can Dillseed one form of tea or wine cooked to bloating, stomach cramps and in mothers who breastfeed, use for milk production. A traditional asleep means for adults is Dill Wine: Put a tablespoon coarsely crushed dill seeds in a tea filter, pour a cup of hot white wine, let stand briefly and drink before going to sleep.

coriander

Goes well with:
Asian dishes, Indian dishes, poultry and white fish. Medicinal properties: The essential oil of coriander (cilantro oil) changes in appetite and indigestion. Then you just let a teaspoon of ground coriander seeds pull ten minutes a cup of hot water and drink. Special tip: A tea made from coriander seeds smells wonderful, tastes good and brings relief in mild indigestion, bloating or flatulence.

mint
Goes well with: 

fruity desserts, salads, oriental dishes. Medicinal properties: The leaves of mint in addition to essential oils and menthol also tannins and bitter substances and Peperinsäure. They act as a disinfectant, soothing, cooling and antispasmodic. Special tip: A unsweetened tea from mint leaves is good for nausea or bloating in the gastrointestinal area. It also relieves spasms of the digestive organs, stimulates the digestive juices, and especially on the bile. Very good does a steam bath with mint tea for colds, throat and bronchial catarrh.

rosemary

Goes well with:
baked potatoes, ratatouille, fish and to flavor olive oil. Medicinal properties: rosemary helps with low blood pressure and headaches, strengthens the digestive and nervous system and can relieve menstrual and menopausal symptoms. Special tip: As a spice promotes rosemary digestive activity. It also stimulates the blood circulation, so Rosemary is an effective remedy for headaches, exhaustion and lack of concentration. Due to its antiseptic Rosemary can be used as a gargle for throat and gingivitis.

thyme

Goes well with:
Mediterranean dishes, stews, legumes, eggplant, tomatoes. Medicinal properties: Due to its high content of essential oils of thyme stimulates digestion and helps to make heavy, hearty dishes more digestible. Special tip: Thyme tea relieves indigestion, helps cough and may also be applied as a gargle for inflammation in the mouth and throat. A Thyme relieves joint pain, often associated with an emerging cold. Because of its antiseptic effect, thyme is also suitable for facial steam baths for blemished skin.

sage

Goes well with:
stewed vegetables, mushrooms, poultry and pasta. Medicinal properties: As a culinary herb eases digestion sage fatty foods. He also acts as a disinfectant, which is why he is the first choice for sore throat of all kinds. Special tip: In tea the antiseptic ingredients of sage are particularly evident: It relieves bloating, fights colds and is a proven gargle for sore throat. As a traditional herb woman he is also recommended in order to stimulate the flow of milk in nursing mothers and to regulate hormonal sweats.

lemon balm

Goes well with:
young vegetables and fresh fruit. Medicinal properties: In medicine ingredients from lemon balm are used to treat depression. Special tip: A mug soothing balm tea with a little honey is a proven remedy for stress-related tension and falling asleep. Because balm contains tannins and bitter substances, it also precludes stomach discomfort.

parsley

Goes well with:
cottage cheese, tomato salad, mild egg dishes. Medicinal properties: As with all bulbs have the chives antiseptic effect, so he was used as a “antidote” for millennia. It contains essential oils that affect blood pressure and digestion low. A particularly pronounced effect, the parsley on the reproductive organs of women. It promotes menstruation, relieves menstrual cramps and can be of valuable assistance at the birth. Special Tip: Parsley is a real Vitamin C Bomb and very helpful if the immune system weakens, or one has to struggle with spring fever.

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