Herbs have been used for centuries to sooth and to heal. With such a long history of use, herbs most certainly have a place in the survival garden. With that in mind, today I offer a few suggestions to get you started in creating your own healing garden. By guest writer Gaye Levy
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Stevia, Sweet Leaf Natural sugar-free sweetener. Leaves are 30 times sweeter than sugar. Single plant yields up to a ½ lb. of dried leaf. All parts of the plant are sweet, but pick the herb's short-stemmed leaves for fresh use. Leaves can be sun-dried, powdered and stored in an airtight container for future use. Sun: Full Sun Height: 12-20 inches Days to Maturity: 40-60 days Sowing Method: Indoor Sow
Grow a "Healing: Garden...this is a fun blog. Here's an excerpt, "In the language of flowers, Lemon Balm means love and its traditional herbal uses were equally dramatic to renew youth, cure scorpion stings and make bees swarm. The fresh leaves make a relaxing tea with antiviral properties." Yeesh, Scorpion stings? MUST HAVE.