60 Herbs And Their Amazing Uses

60 Herbs And Their Amazing Uses

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Here’s a great list of 60 herbs that we discovered over at our friends Nature Hacks.



The list contains 60 of the most popular, well-known herbs and a quick summary of each of their uses. It’s a perfect guide that you might want to bookmark or print out and keep somewhere handy so that you can use it as a quick reference.

There are thousands of herbs altogether, though most people use but a handful of these on a regular basis. What’s interesting is that there are many “forgotten” herbs that have long been held to have remarkable nutritional or healing benefits, often being popular for hundreds of years. Some of these have simply fallen out of common use in both kitchen and medicine cabinet, or are widely used in one part of the world but relatively obscure in another.

One thing I will say about nature hacks list is that although the information is great, there are many more wonders and uses for each of the herbs than the ones given. Our own list of herbs now has over 180 herbs and also includes pictures and fully detailed pages for each one. It’s a great “herbal encyclopedia” when you want to learn in depth about a herb.

We also have a growing database of essential oil information which has fully detailed reports for 35 of the most popular oils and more on the way.



Ok, here is the link to nature hacks list of 60 herbs: 60 Herbs And Their Amazing Uses



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  • By maureen o riordan, May 26, 2015 @ 11:08 pm

    Very informative

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