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Three super healthy kitchen herbs

  1. Dried or fresh herbs are delicious flavors for various dishes. We all have the necessary herbs in our kitchen cupboard or on the windowsill. But did you know that in addition to being tasty, some herbs are also very healthy for us, because they are a source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytonutrients?


  1. One herb that has traditionally been used for its curative properties is ginger. Ginger refers to the rhizome of the ginger plant. Finely chopped or ground ginger gives dishes a sharp, spicy taste.

Mustard seed

  1. Mustard is made from seeds of the mustard plant, which occurs in different varieties. The seeds are ground and mixed with water, vinegar, sugar and salt to form a smooth paste with a typical sharp taste. Mustard seeds are also available as single seeds, which you can add as a spice to give dishes a spicy flavor.


  1. There are more than twenty varieties of mint plants, all of which have a wonderful aromatic scent. Mint and mint essential oil have an enormous variety of applications. The Egyptians, Greeks and Romans already used it for digestive complaints because mint improves bile flow and can relieve cramps of the smooth muscles in the intestinal wall.

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