November is the perfect time for gardeners to grow cool weather herbs to get most of their flavor and fragrance, as well as to use them to stay healthy during the cool season days.
Cilantro, rosemary, dill, fennel, thyme, oregano, lavender, mint, salve, and parsley are undoubtedly the most common and easiest herbs to grow during the cool season.
Discover how to grow cool weather herbs and which to use to get most out of their flavor in the article below:
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Learning to use herbs is a healing journey and a preventive way of living; nonetheless, herbs are not meant to take the place of your family doctor.
Herbs can be helpful allies in maintaining good health, but they can be powerful medications that should be treated with the same caution and respect as drugs, precisely, because herbs DO work.
Many herbs do have dangerous interactions when paired with prescription drugs; while others are contraindicated for individuals with certain health conditions.
The information contained herein is not presented with the intention of diagnosing, treating, curing, or preventing any disease. It is not to be used as medical advice and is offered only for use in maintaining and promoting health in cooperation with a physician.
Always check with your doctor first before beginning any health program.