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15g
Basil/Basilikum
Source:Source: „Das große Buch der Heilpflanzen“ von Apotheker Mannfried Pahlow
Culinary use: to flavour soups, vegetable, meat dishes, tomatoes and tomato dishes,
Herbal tea: minor digestive upsets, restlessness and lack of appetite
 
   
15g
Savory/Berg-Bohnenkraut
Source:Source: Bown, Deni.“The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
Culinary use: leaves are used to flavour legumes, sausages, meat dishes, stuffings, and marinades (especially for olive oil), etc.
Herbal tea: antiseptic, astringent, expectorant herb, improves digestion etc.
 
 
   
40g
Trigonella/Brotklee
Source:Source: „Die Geheimnisse aus meinem Kräutergarten: Gesund und schön durch Biokräuter“ by Mulser Martha
Culinary use: traditional South Tyrolean bread spice, can also be used to flavour soft cheese
 
   
15g
Taragon/Estragon
Source:Source: „Die Kräuter in meinem Garten“ by Hirsch, Siegrid and Felix Grünberger
Culinary use: to flavour fish and meat dishes, tragon vinegar etc.
Herbal tea: minor digestive upsets, diuretic
 
 
   
20g
Fennel/Gewürzfenchel
Source:Source: „Das große Buch der Heilpflanzen“ von Apotheker Mannfried Pahlow
Culinary use: to flavour different dishes which are digested more easily
Herbal tea: digestive and antispasmotic
 
   
15g
Lovage/Maggikraut
Source:Source: „Das große Buch der Heilpflanzen“ by Apotheker Mannfried Pahlow
Culinary use: for soups, stomach liquors etc.
Herbal tea: improves digestion
 
 
   
15g
Marjoram/Majoran
Source:Source: Bown, Deni.“The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
Culinary uses: popular in Italian and Greek cooking, with meat dishes, soups, stuffings, tomato sauces, and pasta etc.
Herbal tea: for bronchial complaints, tension headaches, minor digestive upsets.
 
   
15g
Oregano/Origano
Source:Source: „Die Geheimnisse aus meinem Kräutergarten: Gesund und schön durch Biokräuter“ von Mulser Martha
Culinary use: for pizza, mozzarella, and tomato dishes
Herbal tea: for stomach problems, digestion etc.
 
 
   
25g
Rosemary/Rosmarin
Source:Source: Bown, Deni.“The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
Culinary use: used to flavour meat dishes, potatoes, used to prepare rosemary oil or vinegar, etc.
Herbal tea: improves digestion, stimulates the liver and gall bladder, stimulates circulation
 
   
20g
Sage/Salbei
Source:Source: Bown, Deni.“The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
Culinary use: to flavour meat dishes, sauces, saltimbocca (an Italian dish of veal and ham), and stuffings for pork and poultry
Herbal tea: astringent, antiseptic, improves digestion
 
 
   
15g
Chives/Schnittlauch
Source:Source: Bown, Deni.“The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
Culinary use: to garnish and flavour soups, soft cheeses, omelettes, potatoes, etc.
 
   
25g
Thyme/Thymian
Source:Source: Bown, Deni.“The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
Culinary use: leaves used to flavour roasted or grilled meat, marinades, vinegar etc.
Herbal tea: an aromatic, astringent herb that is expectorant, improves digestion, relaxes spasms, and controls coughing, it is strongly antiseptic and anti-fungal.
 
 
   
20g
Hysop/Ysop
Source:Source: : Bown, Deni.“The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
Culinary uses: used sparingly in soups, salads and meat dishes.
Herbal tea: for bronchitis, upper respiratory tract infections, coughs.
 
   
20g
Lemon Thyme/Zitronenthymian
Source:Source: Bown, Deni.“The Royal Horticultural society: Encylopedia of Herbs and their uses”. London: DK, 2008.
Culinary use: leaves are used to flavour savoury dishes, especially fish, stuffings for poultry, and vegetables, delicious as tea
Herbal tea: an aromatic, relaxant herb with a strong lemon scent which is used for respiratory complaints and cough (children love the taste of this herbal tea)
 
Literatur:
„Das große Buch der Heilpflanzen“ by Apotheker Mannfried Pahlow
„Die Kräuter in meinem Garten“ von Hirsch, Siegrid and Felix Grünberger
„Die Geheimnisse aus meinem Kräutergarten: Gesund und schön durch Biokräuter“ by Mulser Martha
„Heilkräuter anbauen, sammeln, nützen, schützen“ by Kräuterpfarrer Hermann Josef Weidinger
 
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