Herbs Seeds

Making herbs in your daily diet may help to prevent heart disease, cancer and diabetes. It may also help to reduce blood clots and provide anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor properties. This is an ongoing research and according to findings these are instrumental in keeping your blood pressure and cholesterol in check.

To grow herbs in kitchen gardening, you can start by choosing a sunny location near a window and selecting herbs that thrive indoors, such as basil, parsley, chives, or mint. Plant them in well-draining soil and water them regularly, but make sure not to overwater. You can also use a growbags and place them in patios, terraces, balconies and on your rooftops in winter time. With proper care, your herbs should thrive and be a great addition to your cooking.