Herbs are “devided” in two types: “Warm” and “Cold” herbs – which means herbs that grow in the warm part of the year and, well, herbs that grow on the cold part of year. Use for spells, incence, in tea. You can use fresh or dried up, doesn’t matter as long as you keep a little stack at hand, you never know when you might need some. If it’s for tea, infusions or tintures – if you can – either grow your own or… buy organic from your local suppliers.
Cood Season Herbs – From early Autumn to late Winter:
Warm Season Herbs – From early Spring to late Summer.
- Sweet Marjoram
If you decide to grow your own garden, pay attention and study a little gardening before…
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