Phil Elden Sage, Pineapple: Not reliably winter-hardy and should be over-wintered in pots. Has rough, pointed leaves and attractive cardinal red flowers. Used to give a pineapple scent to potpourris or to add flavor to drinks such as iced tea. Clove Family: Myrtaceae Genus: Eugenia, Syzygium Species: Caryophyllata, Aromaticum respectively Also Known As: Caryophyllus, Clavos Rx: oil for toothache, infusion It has been used for toothaches, oral hygiene, a digestive aid, and an infection fighter. It is also used to treat hernia, ringworm, and athlete's foot. Warnings:Children under the age of 2 should never be given clove for medicinal purposes. The oil may cause stomach upset when swallowed, and used externally may cause rash.

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Marjoram Light Sun Height 1 foot Spacing 6-12 inches Type Treat as annual Uses Soups, meat stuffing, eggs, vegetables Other Slow growing. Jyotishmati (Celastrus Paniculata) Jyotishmati oil is stomachic, tonic and good for cough and asthama. It is used in leprosy, gout, rheumatism, headaches and leucoderma. Its use in the treatment of beri-beri is also reported. It is used in combination with other herbs as sexual stimulant. Phillip Elden Dill Family: Umbelliferae Genus: Anethum Species: Graveolens Also Known As: N/A Rx: chew seed for fresh breath, infusion or tincture, add to bath to for prevention of urinary tract infections In addition to its preservative action, Dill is an infection fighter and soothing digestive aid. Used for stomach problems, flatulence, urinary tract infection (UTI) Warnings: May cause skin rash in sensitive individuals. Jasmine (Jasminum) Aromatherapists use Jasmine oil for treating disorders related to nervous system, menstrual cramps, anger, headaches, insomnia, depression, worry, muscular tension, labor pains. It is also known to increases sensuality.

Philip Elden

Sage, Pineapple: Not reliably winter-hardy and should be over-wintered in pots. Has rough, pointed leaves and attractive cardinal red flowers. Used to give a pineapple scent to potpourris or to add flavor to drinks such as iced tea. Clove Family: Myrtaceae Genus: Eugenia, Syzygium Species: Caryophyllata, Aromaticum respectively Also Known As: Caryophyllus, Clavos Rx: oil for toothache, infusion It has been used for toothaches, oral hygiene, a digestive aid, and an infection fighter. It is also used to treat hernia, ringworm, and athlete's foot. Warnings:Children under the age of 2 should never be given clove for medicinal purposes. The oil may cause stomach upset when swallowed, and used externally may cause rash. Phillip Elden Phil Elden Read more: Phillip Elden Phillip Elden