It is quite easy to grow lemongrass at home outdoors or in a pot. Lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus or Cymbopogon flexuosus) is a fragrant herb that is commonly found in Asian dishes from Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and India. This plant is native to India and Sri Lanka, so it will grow as a perennial in USDA… Continue reading Grow Lemongrass, it is the Easiest Herb to Have!
When we think of pollinators we think of bees, however there are many creatures that do this wonderful job. In fact, there are about 100,000 different animals that act as pollinators so the list is quite huge. Obviously we won’t cover so many animals in this article, since it will never end! These animals include… Continue reading Top 13 Pollinators that Help Plants Reproduce and Give us Food!
Black cohosh has been used medicinally by Native Americans for centuries. They showed the European colonists about the health benefits of black cohosh. This herb became a popular treatment for women in Europe during the mid-20th century. It was also used in traditional Chinese medicine as a painkiller and anti-inflammatory. Do not confuse black cohosh… Continue reading Health Benefits of Black Cohosh May Make it the Best Herb for Women!
Black pepper (peppercorn) may be one of the most common spices you can buy, but it is also possible to grow black pepper at home. Keep reading to learn how to cultivate this plant which I am growing at my farm in Pedasi. People who live in USDA zones 10 and 11 can grow black… Continue reading Grow Black Pepper which can also be White or Pink!
Turmeric is one of the oldest spices known. It has been used for over 5,000 years in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurvedic Medicine. This spice is used to help with swelling, pain, digestion, cholesterol, blood sugar and more. It is beneficial for the heart, brain, skin, joints and other organs. This could truly be the… Continue reading Is Turmeric the Most Powerful Spice? Here are 13 Reasons to Agree
Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is one of my favorite spices. It is truly a unique one since no other can replace its distinctive taste and aroma. Most people use ginger for culinary purposes, but ginger has many medicinal benefits as well. It is used to relieve nausea, inflammation and pain, as well as a diuretic. However,… Continue reading Grow Ginger from Scraps to have a Spice Bonanza
Fertility herbs for women have been used for many generations, as they are quite affordable and easy to use. These fertility herbs for women are especially useful in treating issues relating to hormonal imbalances, weak uterine muscles, irregular cycles, ovulation and high stress. Fertility treatments are insanely expensive and should be regarded as the last… Continue reading 16 Powerful Fertility Herbs for Women