Medicinal use:The uses of arracacha are very similar to those of potatoes. This tuber is used in South American gastronomy to prepare various dishes, soups, stews, meatballs, cakes, gnocchi, purees and garnishes. The arracacha provides a special flavor and color to the dishes. The young stalks can be consumed in salads. Given its nutritional value, the consumption of arracacha is recommended in the diet of children, the elderly and convalescent.
Medicinal use:Celeriac root can be used raw or cooked. Celeriac meat is tough and compact and off-white. Celeriac has a mild flavor and is often used as a flavoring in soups and stews, although it is increasingly being used on its own, usually pureed, or in stews, gratins, and baked dishes. In any case, celery is very positive in the human diet due to its high content of dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals, in addition to being considered a good diuretic due to the high percentage of water.
Medicinal use:In Mexican gastronomy it is used in many dishes, such as corn and esquites, black beans, in some seafood soups such as chilpachole de jaiba, within a wide variety of broths, It is commonly believed that it prevents flatulence caused by consumption of beans. To be used in food, its flowers are removed and it is used as a condiment, adding a deep flavor, with bitter nuances and very aromatic, which is why it is used in moderation.
Medicinal use:Its flavor is highly described and argued, the first flavor that we will recognize is that of anise and we will notice hints of licorice, along with a spicy and sweet flavor. Gastronomy: It withstands high temperatures better than any other type of basil, including its simile, sweet basil. It is very typical in the dishes of Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, and, of course, Thailand.
Medicinal use:In addition to its organoleptic properties, it is widely used to color many dishes, not only in Italian cuisine or a different pesto sauce, both fresh and dry we can use this aromatic herb in soups, salads, purees, sauces, vinaigrettes , meat, fish and even desserts.
Medicinal use: In Laos, lemon basil is widely used in curries, stews, and fried dishes as it is the most commonly used type of basil in Laos. Many of the stews of Lao cuisine require the use of lemon basil. It is often eaten raw in salads or lalap (raw vegetables) and accompanied by sambal. Lemon basil is often used to flavor certain Indonesian dishes, such as curries, soups, stews, or steamed or grilled dishes.
Medicinal use: It is a very common ingredient in Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine, due to its strong flavor similar to anise (Pimpinella anisum); It is used to flavor curries and sauteed vegetables. They are used as a condiment to flavor salads and pasta and pizzas typical of Italian cuisine. They also flavor fish and meat-based roasts, sauces, croquettes, meatballs, and even vegetable patés.
Medicinal use: La mayoría de las diferentes variedades de albahaca cultivadas en muchas regiones de Asia tienen un sabor parecido al clavo de olor es frecuentemente usada en la cocina mediterránea; se puede consumir fresca o seca para aderezar tanto ensaladas, sopas de verduras, salsas para acompañar platos de pasta, la famosa salsa italiana de pesto la lleva como ingrediente principal.
Medicinal use: Garlic is used in cooking as a natural flavoring. It has a characteristic aroma and flavor that usually accompanies certain dishes of Mediterranean cuisine. Some of the many dishes where garlic is an essential ingredient are ajoblanco, garlic cabañil, hot garlic, mataero garlic or pringue garlic, atascaburras, Andalusian gazpacho, garlic chicken.
Medicinal use: It is used in Asian cuisine, especially in Thailand. In, it is one of the most used herbs to prepare tereré, the traditional drink of the country. Lemon tea, also known as lemon grass or zacatillo, is a citrus-scented plant native to India which is rich in antioxidants that help to relieve pain. One of the most important properties of this plant is that it helps lower the cholesterol level due to its antihypercholesterolemic properties.
Medicinal use: This is the quintessential herb for women recommended in Ayurvedic medicine. It tones the female reproductive system and is an excellent rejuvenator. Shatavari increases breast milk production and is excellent for menopausal women.
Medicinal use: The dried leaves give 1.5 to 2.5 percent of essential oil rich in sesquiterpenes: patchouli alcohol (30-40%), is used as an antiseptic. The leaves are used. Also used in perfumery, cosmetics, soap. Serves For a simple and effective oral cleansing, try a Patchouli Mint mouthwash. Combining two powerful oils from the mint family, this rinse will give your mouth a rejuvenating cleanse that will leave your breath feeling fresh and clean.