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The beneficial effects of herbs

  1. Fresh herbs are a great alternative to salt in a meal. Dill, for example, goes very well with fish and with a few leaves of basil, any pasta is a real treat. But did you know that you can also help your health with herbs? Promote digestion or suppress coughs. Everything is possible if you choose the right herbs.

  2. Fresh herbs are a great alternative to salt in a meal. Dill, for example, goes very well with fish and with a few leaves of basil, any pasta is a real treat. But did you know that you can also help your health with herbs? Promote digestion or suppress coughs. Everything is possible, if you choose the right herbs.

  1. Basil Chives Lemon balm Dill Coriander Mint Parsley Rosemary Sage Thyme

Basil

  1. Typically Mediterranean. That's how you can best describe basil. A combination of the freshness of lemon and the refined taste of jasmine. The herb works best in Southern European (tomato) dishes such as pizza and pasta, or with salads, steamed vegetables and fish. Basil stimulates the appetite and stimulates digestion. The oils in basil also work very well against stomach cramps and regurgitation. The herb is also bactericidal and can therefore also be used externally for insect bites or acne, for example. Finally, basil also has an uplifting power.

  2. Typically Mediterranean. That's how you can best describe basil. A combination of the freshness of lemon and the refined taste of jasmine. The herb works best in Southern European (tomato) dishes such as pizza and pasta, or with salads, steamed vegetables and fish. Basil stimulates the appetite and stimulates digestion. The oils in basil also work very well against stomach cramps and regurgitation. The herb is also bactericidal and can for that reason also be used externally for insect bites or acne. Finally, basil also has an uplifting power.

Chives

  1. Chives are related to the onion, leek, garlic and shallot and have a spicy taste. Chives are especially tasty with fresh eggs, salads, soups and sauces, but they are also used with fresh cheese, grilled fish and meat dishes. Chives also promote digestion, stimulate the appetite and have a positive effect on stomach complaints. In case of a hangover, the herb can provide some relief. In addition, chives are full of antioxidants.

  2. Chives are related to the onion, leek, garlic and shallot and have a spicy taste. Chives are especially tasty with fresh eggs, salads, soups and sauces, but they are also used with fresh cheese, grilled fish and meat dishes. Chives also promote digestion, stimulate the appetite and have a positive effect on stomach complaints. The herb can provide some relief for a hangover. In addition, chives are full of antioxidants.

Lemon Balm

  1. The name actually says it all: lemon balm is characterized by a fresh lemon flavor. The leaves of the lemon balm can be used in many dishes: salads, sauces and chicken and fish dishes. Lemon balm is also often used to make tea. Lemon balm has a calming effect. It soothes headaches and nausea. In addition, it sometimes helps to dissipate gloomy showers. In patients with dementia, the herb appears to aid memory and slow down the dementia process.

Dill

  1. The taste of dill is somewhat complex. It may seem sweet and aniseed at first, but in the end the salty takes over. Dill goes very well with sour flavors such as lemon and vinegar and also goes well with fish and meat dishes with a strong flavor. Dill aids digestion and appetite. In addition, the herb works expectorant and antispasmodic. It reduces hiccups, stomach aches, insomnia and flatulence.

  2. The taste of dill is somewhat complex. It may seem sweet and aniseed at first, but eventually the salty takes over. Dill goes very well with sour flavors such as lemon and vinegar and also goes well with fish and meat dishes with a strong flavor. Dill aids digestion and appetite. In addition, the herb works expectorant and antispasmodic. It reduces hiccups, stomach aches, insomnia and flatulence.

Coriander

  1. You either love it or you loathe it. There seems to be no middle ground with cilantro. The taste is typical, fresh, aniseed with woody nuances and slightly bittersweet. The spice is widely used in Indian, Moroccan and Thai cooking. Tradition has it that cilantro promotes “immortality”. It contains a lot of vitamins and minerals, so that is not really surprising at all. In addition, the herb is useful for mild stomach and intestinal complaints and prevents bloating.

  2. You either love it or you loathe it. There seems to be no middle ground with cilantro. The taste is typical, fresh, aniseed with woody nuances and slightly bittersweet. The spice is widely used in Indian, Moroccan and Thai cooking. Tradition has it that coriander promotes â € immortalityâ € ™. It contains a lot of vitamins and minerals, so that is not really surprising at all. In addition, the herb is useful for mild stomach and intestinal complaints and prevents bloating.

Coin

  1. Mint comes in many varieties. The aroma is typical: spicy and refreshing at the same time. Peppermint is probably the most pronounced variety due to its high menthol content. Mint works well with swollen vegetables and fruit dishes. Of course the herb is also not to be sneezed at in a fresh mint tea or mojito. Toothpastes contain mint so often for a reason: it is not only refreshing, but it is also said to whiten your teeth. Mint is also good for digestion and provides a fresh mind and a clear voice. In addition, inhaling the oils from mint counteracts nausea and improves concentration.

  2. Mint comes in many varieties. The aroma is typical: spicy and refreshing at the same time. Peppermint is probably the most pronounced variety due to its high menthol content. Mint works well with swollen vegetables and fruit dishes. Of course, the herb is also not to be sneezed at in a fresh mint tea or mojito. Toothpastes contain mint so often for a reason: it is not only refreshing, but it is also said to whiten your teeth. Mint is also good for digestion and provides a fresh mind and a clear voice. In addition, inhaling the oils from mint counteracts nausea and improves concentration.

Parsley

  1. The fresh, savory taste makes parsley indispensable in the kitchen. Like cilantro, the spice has slightly woody nuances. Parsley is very suitable for mixing with other herbs. It is often used as a garnish, but you can also use parsley in all kinds of dishes. Parsley contains a lot of vitamin C and minerals. In addition, the herb also stimulates digestion: it aids in digestion and prevents flatulence. Parsley is also a diuretic and can prevent skin aging.

Rosemary

  1. Rosemary is not only found in the kitchen, but also in bathroom products. It has a eucalyptus-like sweet taste and smell. Rosemary is traditionally used with baked potatoes, lamb and goat cheese. The spice also comes into its own in sweet dishes. In case of a cold and flu, rosemary ensures that waste products are removed more quickly. Rosemary also promotes blood flow. According to the ancient Greeks and Romans, the herb is also a means of strengthening memory.

Sage

  1. Sage also has a eucalyptus flavor, but is in a slightly rougher herb. Fresh sage has a hint of lemon, but it is lost when dried. Sage works very well with pork, veal, poultry and soups and is also very tasty with pumpkin, green vegetables or in cheese sauce. The herb is an excellent remedy for hot flashes and excessive sweating. Sage can also provide relief for a cold or a tickle in the throat.

Thyme

  1. The pronounced taste of thyme, spicy-sweet, is typically Mediterranean. It is a commonly used spice in vegetables, fish, meat and sauces. Especially with stewed meat and bean dishes, but also in sweet dishes, thyme comes into its own. Thyme contains thymol, a substance that is good for the respiratory tract. It suppresses coughs and has an expectorant effect. In the past, thyme was sometimes called the antibiotic of the poor, because of its fungal and bactericidal properties.



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