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Herbs by the Ounce

Years to Your Health carries a large selection of Dried Herbs by the Ounce. In Irving, Texas since 1983. 503 E 2nd St Irving, TX 75060 (972) 579-7042. The açaí berry is the fruit of the Euterpe oleracea a species of palm tree grown for their fruit and hearts of palm.

Herbs by the Ounce: Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)

Most people consider Taraxacum officinale a weed but I like to eat the leaves in salads. I also love my Dandelion Root tea. To me Dandelion is a food and so I eat the leaves and make tea with the root. I keep it in my kitchen with all the other foods. I cook with it and put small amouts in salads, soups, wine and jelly.

How to Grow and Use Basil

Watch the video, Ramona Werst will show you how to start basil plants in egg shells . Ramona Werst has a great knowledge about cooking with herbs and she has many videos worth watching. I recommend you spend some time on her blog and soak up some of her knowledge.

Seven Toxic Essential Oils

Essential oils are what are used in aromatherapy. They provide many valuable benefits, however there are essential oils that are potentially hazardous. They are as follows. Pennyroyal - an infusion of the leaves makes a safe digestive tea, but the essential oil can kill when taken internally.

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About Herbs and what to do with them.

Herbs by the Ounce - Herbs by the Ounce

Years to Your Health carries a large selection of Dried Herbs by the Ounce. In Irving, Texas since 1983. 503 E 2nd St Irving, TX 75060 (972) 579-7042. The açaí berry is the fruit of the Euterpe oleracea a species of palm tree grown for their fruit and hearts of palm.

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ttp://www.yearstoyourhealth.com/herbs/ - Watercress (Nasturtium officinale) is a dark green vegetable with rounded leaves attached to a long hollow stem that floats in water. Watercress is one of the oldest known leaf vegetables eaten by humans. Photo by Masparasol. | See more about green vegetables, dark green and tea time.

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http://www.yearstoyourhealth.com/ - Fenugreek has three culinary uses: as an herb (dried or fresh leaves), as a spice (seeds), and as a vegetable (fresh leaves, sprouts, and microgreens). Original photo book source: Prof. Dr. Otto Wilhelm Thomé Flora von Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz 1885, Gera, Germany

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http://www.yearstoyourhealth.com/herbs/ - Yarrow or Achillea millefolium is a flowering plant in the family Asteraceae. It is native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere in Asia, Europe, and North America. Other common names for Yarrow are gordaldo, nosebleed plant, old man's pepper, devil's nettle, sanguinary, milfoil, soldier's woundwort, thousand-leaf, and thousand-seal.

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http://www.yearstoyourhealth.com/herbs/ - Yerba mate or Ilex paraguariensis, is an evergreen tree that grows up to 15 meters tall. The leaves contain caffeine and related compounds and are harvested to make tea. The tea is prepared by steeping dry leaves and twigs of the plant in hot water.

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http://www.yearstoyourhealth.com/herbs/ - Wild Lettuce (Lactuca virosa) is a plant in the Lactuca (lettuce) genus. It is related to common lettuce (L. sativa), and is also called Wild Lettuce, Bitter lettuce, Laitue vireuse, Opium Lettuce, Poisonous Lettuce, Tall Lettuce or Rakutu-Karyumu-So. Drawing by by Franz Eugen Köhler, Koehler's Medicinal-Plants.

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Aloe vera is a species of succulent plant that probably originated in northern Africa. The species does not have any naturally occurring populations, although closely related aloes do occur in northern Africa. The species is frequently cited as being used in herbal medicine since the beginning of the first century AD.

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http://www.yearstoyourhealth.com/ - Milk thistle is a thistle of the genus Silybum Adans., a flowering plant of the daisy family (Asteraceae). The plant is native to the Mediterranean regions of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. The name "milk thistle" derives from a feature of the leaves, which are prominently banded with splashes of white.

Essential Oils

Years to Your Health carries a large selection of Essential Oils. In Irving, Texas since 1983. 503 E 2nd St Irving, TX 75060 (972) 579-7042. Allspice is the dried berries of the Pimenta dioica tree. It is used as a spice in cooking and is one of the most important ingredients of Caribbean cooking.

Castor plant from my trip to Austin Ayurveda.

Castor plant from my trip to Austin Ayurveda. http://www.austinayurveda.com/ Photo by Harvey Robinson Copyright 2012, All Rights Reserved. | See more about plants, trips and seasons.

Herbs by the Ounce: Basil

It is great to have a nutritious Basil plant growing because the leaves are best used fresh and can usually be bought as a potted plant. The harvested leaves will keep only for 1 or 2 days and are best used on the day you pick them. You can freeze the leaves or dry them for putting away for future usage. Basil can also be bought dried and stored in a jar. If they are kept in a cool dark place, the leaves will last. If in a glass of water at room temperature, Basil picked for cooking is will last best.

Herbs by the Ounce: Asparagus officinalis

The Romans liked asparagus, they cut the shoots from the wild and domesticated the plant. Anywhere Roman legions marched, they took asparagus with them. The plant was spread, throughout the Mediterranean and into France. Many years later King Louis XIV would eat asparagus in the winter thanks to the "hot beds" in the palace gardens. Many years after Louis XIV I eat asparagus whenever I want at my neighborhood Trader Joe's.

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Yarrow

Yarrow

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Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale)

The name Dandelion is from French dent-de-lion, is used for members of the genus Taraxacum. Dandelion is a plant that contains natural phytochemicals with medicinal properties.