Organic Herbs, Organic Spices, Herbs & Spice through Hydropnics.

 What’s the difference between a spice and an herb? Herbs are seasonings from leaves while Spices are seasonings that come from any other part of a plant. For Example, Ginger & Turmeric (rhizomes), Cumin Fenugreek and Coriander (seeds), Garlic (bulb), Cinnamon (bark), cloves (buds) and saffron comes from the dried pistil of its flower.  

Herbs

Parsley

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Fresh parsley is very rich in Vitamin A and potassium. It is moderately rich in Vitamin C, calcium, folate (folic acid), and phosphorous. It is also a good source of dietary fiber when considering weight to volume ratio.

At 3 Hermits we grow mostly organic spices. We also grow  some spice and herbs through hydroponics

Oregano

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Oregano is a proven super "functional food." This herb is one of the foundation bases of healthy Mediterranean diet. It has an excellent nutritional profile. 


At 3 Hermits we grow mostly organic spices. We also grow  some spice and herbs through hydroponics 

Thyme

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Thyme and basil contain constituents that can both prevent contamination and decontaminate previously contaminated foods. In these studies, published in the February 2004 issue of Food Microbiology, researchers found that thyme essential oil was able to decontaminate lettuce inoculated wth Shigella, an infectious organism that triggers diarrhea and may cause significant intestinal damage. It makes good sense to include thyme and basil in more of your recipes, particularly for foods that are not cooked such as salads. 


At 3 Hermits we grow mostly organic spices. We also grow  some spice and herbs through hydroponics 

Sage

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Sage leaves and tinctures made from the plant are also traditional remedies for inflammation of the mouth and other parts of the gastrointestinal tract, to calm intestinal spasms and to treat gastritis and diarrhea. In addition, sage is sometimes applied topically to treat eczema, acne and minor skin injuries. Sage may also have antimicrobial properties and could be useful when applied topically to fight bacterial and viral infections. 


At 3 Hermits we grow mostly organic spices. We also grow  some spice and herbs through hydroponics 

Thai Basil / Lemon Basil

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Thai basil is widely used in the cuisines of Southeast Asia, including Thai, Vietnamese, Lao, and Cambodian cuisines. Thai basil leaves are a frequent ingredient in Thai green and red curries. 


At 3 Hermits we grow mostly organic spices. We also grow  some spice and herbs through hydroponics 

Mint

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Mint with its trademark fragrance and taste is widely used in ice-creams,candies, tea, breath fresheners toothpastes etc. 


Mint leaves, both fresh and dried, have long been a mainstay of cooking and as key additives to curd, drinks and coolers. Fresh leaves in particular add flavor to many different recipes of food and drinks.


At 3 Hermits we grow mostly organic spices. We also grow  some spice and herbs through hydroponics 

Spices

Ginger

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Ginger has also been used for hundreds of years as a therapeutic agent. It has been used for relieving nausea, loss of appetite, motion sickness, and pain. The root or underground stem (rhizome) of the ginger plant can be consumed fresh, powdered, dried as a spice, in oil form, or as juice.


At 3 Hermits we grow mostly organic spices. We also grow  some spice and herbs through hydroponics 

Turmeric

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Turmeric and especially its most active compound curcumin have many scientifically-proven health benefits, such as the potential to prevent heart disease, Alzheimer's and cancer. It's a potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant and may also help improve symptoms of depression and arthritis.


At 3 Hermits we grow mostly organic spices. We also grow  some spice and herbs through hydroponics 

Garlic

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While garlic ranks as an excellent source of manganese and vitamin B6, a very good source of vitamin C and copper, and a good source of selenium, phosphorus, vitamin B1, and calcium.


At 3 Hermits we grow mostly organic spices. We also grow  some spice and herbs through hydroponics 


The sulfur-containing compounds in garlic have been shown to provide health advantages in our cardiovascular system, immune system, inflammatory system, digestive system, endocrine system, and detoxification system.