Growing Your Medicine Cabinet in the Herb Garden
By Crafty Little Gnome on March 05, 2012
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[Editor's Note: When planning this year’s herb garden not only consider what might season your food nicely, also consider what might replace things in your medicine cabinet. Stinging nettle, chamomile, elder flower and blackberry leaf all have medicinal purposes. You can grow these herbs all spring and summer long to help with ailments such as stomach upset and anxiety. When summer ends you can dry them for use throughout the winter. - Jen]
Guest blogger for the Crafty Little Gnome Geerte had this to say about medicinal herbs:: "Even if you’re not a full-blown witch, gathering herbs and using them as medicine is a convenient, cheap, and fun thing to do. "