In this section you will find a lot of information on the various aromatic plants, what are their main characteristics, how they are cultivated, the best soil for their development and any properties they contain. We will try to inform you about the diseases and parasites that can affect and infest them and to suggest possible remedies.

They are called aromatic plants as they contain substances with a pleasant aroma and contain essential oils. Many of the aromatic plants are used by all of us especially in the kitchen to give flavor and aroma to our dishes; who among us has never prepared ravioli with butter and sage or a bean soup with rosemary or, again, braised meat with thyme? Perhaps these will not be exactly the dishes you cooked but, surely, you will have used these aromatic herbs very often to flavor others. How many times have you happened to walk and notice rosemary bushes in the streets or in the gardens, ... continue

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continue ..., yes, because this aromatic plant grows and develops spontaneously in our areas. We will also talk about the use in the medical and cosmetic fields of many of these aromatic plants; sage for example, is an excellent whitener for the teeth, but it is also useful as a digestive, antiseptic and is particularly suitable for those suffering from hyperglycemia, moreover, dried and put in the cupboards, it works as an anti moth. In the herbal field these dried plants are used for the preparation of infusions or drinks with thirst-quenching power, industrially they are used for the production of liqueurs and bitters, in perfumery they are contained in creams, perfumes, etc.

Within this section we will also indicate the most appropriate period in which to harvest these aromatic plants, so that you can derive the best benefits from them. We will also advise you, depending on your needs, which part of the plant will be better

Seize. There are many aromatic plants and many species of them, we are aware that we cannot tell and explain them all, as it would be superfluous and too dispersive, but we will do our best to increase and improve your knowledge about these plants, especially the most used ones. and known.

In case you don't have any aromatic plants in your garden or in your pot on the terrace, we hope that reading this section has inspired you and encouraged you to buy at least one sage plant.

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