The Kitchen Witch Guide to Herbs, Flowers and Other Plants

This page will guide you through different types of (medicinal) herbs, flowers and plants. Learn how to recognize, use, and take care of all these plants*.

a – b – cd – e – f – g – h – i – j – k – lm – n – o – p – q – rs – t – u – v – w – x – y – z

 

C

Calendula
Chamomile

D

Dandelion

L

Lavender

M

Mint

R

Rosemary

S

Sage
Stinging nettle

*Please note that the content on this webpage is not intended as a medical reference but as a source of information. Before trying any herbal remedy, I advise you to try a small quantity first to establish whether there are any adverse or allergic reactions to the herb, plant or flower. If you wish to take a herbal remedy with prescribed medicines, you should talk to a pharmacist our your GP first. Lisa from Kitchenoflion can not be held responsible for any adverse reactions to the recommendations on this webpage. The use of any herb, plant, flower or derivative is entirely at the reader’s own risk. Read Kitchenoflion’s full disclaimer here.

2 comments on “The Kitchen Witch Guide to Herbs, Flowers and Other Plants

  1. Mirjam H.

    Nice! I look forward to reading more about herbs (…or ‘about more herbs’) soon 🙂

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