Peppermints are a herbs from a mint family, has much stronger favor and smell than any other mints .
Peppermints mostly used for making tea, you get tired of drinking same old ginger tulsi tea 🙂
Can be used in making oil, flavored drinks . Also used in toothpaste and candy.
It has many medicinal values great for digestion,tension headache, diabetes and blood pressure and many more.
In garden, rub a few peppermint leaves on arms and legs, mosquitos will stay away from the smells.
I only plant l peppermints once few years ago, now they keep coming every spring, sometimes it’s very cold in winter then will die down but comes back in spring.
I use in a tea so also dry some for winter time .
Almost year around I have peppermints in garden.
Love it ❤️
Do plant few herbs in the garden. They are very valuable not just as a food but as a medicine and preventive medicine .
Here some pictures of peppermints in garden.
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Fresh turmeric tea is healthy, delicious and simple to make.
Take about three cups of water to boil.
Once water starts boiling add
fresh piece of turmeric shredded if available or use turmeric powder.
I used one tsp fresh turmeric powder which I made at home with fresh turmeric from garden by drying and grind it to powder.
Small piece of ginger grated
Pinch of black peppers,
Piece of cinnamon stick.
Let it boil for few minutes.
when it’s ready add
One tablespoon of honey.
Squeeze a piece of lemon
Stirring it well
enjoy this healthy and delicious tea hot any time.
If you like cold Let it cool down
Squeeze piece of lemon
Add couple of ice cube if you like cold drink
Enjoy in hot summer days
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Done digging until next season 🙂 at least for turmeric.Today is fourth and last day to harvest turmeric.
Although digging was a hard work, real work begins afterwards
Not to mention still have to replant this stack of turmeric , taking afternoon tea break ☕️:)