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Garden of herbs

Growing medicinal plants at home can turn your windowsill into a living pharmacy.

The nutrients and antioxidants in herbs help to strengthen the immune system, protect heart, improve brain function and soothe the nerves.

Start with the cultivation of five herbs: they are low maintenance and can grow well as house plants in your kitchen.


Has antispasmodic and is very effective in cough. Sage essential oil helps relieve pain in case of sore throat and other throat disorders.

How to grow?

The seeds or shoots of plants are planted in early spring. Sage is often necessary to pour and keep on a Sunny windowsill.

How to use?

Place 6-8 sage leaves in a mug, mash them, add hot water. Wait until the leaves begin to isolate the essential oil. When the infusion has cooled, remove the leaves. To alleviate the cough, drink in small SIPS.


Rich in antioxidants and has antiseptic effect. Studies have shown that adding essential oils of Basil in drinking water is known to kill the parasite Giardia lamblia. Basil also helps to reduce stress, ease stomach pains and strengthen the immune system.

How to grow?

Plants sown in late spring and leave the pots in a Sunny location. The soil must be regularly, but not too often watering.

How to use?

Trim the leaves every few weeks and add them to salads or sandwiches. You can grind them in a blender along with the garlic and use for cooking various sauces.


This herb improves blood circulation and strengthens the immune system. Rosemary helps protect the brain from Alzheimer’s disease and other ailments.

How to grow?

To plant shoots of this plant better in the summer.

How to use?

Rosemary can be used when cooking chicken, fish and potatoes. If you are cooking on the grill, put a few stalks of rosemary (pre-separate them from the leaves) on the coals to impart a special taste and aroma to the food. You can use sprigs of rosemary instead of skewers for cooking kebabs.


Used as a sedative. It helps to relax people with initial middle stage of Alzheimer’s disease. Also effective for insomnia. Helps fight cold and flu.

How to grow?

Lemongrass is very multiplies rapidly, and it is recommended to grow it outdoors, on the balcony. Planted it in spring in a Sunny weather.

How to use?

Prepare a tea made from lemongrass as well as sage tea.


This herb is good for dental pain, indigestion, gas and fever.

It also helps in the treatment of tissues of the digestive system.

How to grow?

Peppermint likes dark, shady location. The seeds or shoots of mint are planted in moist soil in late spring or early summer. This plant can be carried into the garden, assuming that it began at home.

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