Why You Should Grow Organic Herbs in Your Kitchen Garden

Herbs are so easy to grow, making them great for beginner gardeners. For being tender greens, organic herbs pack a flavor punch. You can throw out all the fake processed flavorings that disrupt gut health and use fresh organic herbs to flavor all your meals. The health benefits of herbs are undeniable.

Health Benefits of Organic Herbs

  • Source of Vitamins + Phytonutrients
  • Source of Minerals + Electrolytes
  • Anti-Inflammatory Properties
  • Digestion Support
  • Antibacterial Properties
  • Antiviral Properties
  • Natural Sweetener
  • Medicinal Purposes
  • Flavor Factor

We have all heard about the importance of gut health. Each of these herbs offers different support in the digestion process.

For example, in the summer months I chop lemon balm and sprinkle it on my fruit salad or make a pitcher of cold brew tea. Check out all the digestion supporting options below you can easily grow. 

Digestion Supporting Herbs

  • Mint
  • Fennel
  • Rosemary
  • Dill
  • Basil
  • Lemon balm

My homemade peppermint tea is a favorite in the wintertime, and my go-to when I experience certain digestion issues.

Immune Boosting Herbs

  • Peppermint                                        
  • Garlic
  • Thyme                                                 
  • Echinacea
  • Tulsi/Holy Basil                         
  • Oregano
  • Sage                                                    
  • Calendula
  • Fennel SEed                                       
  • Lemon Balm
  • Rosemary

Hopefully, I have inspired you to pick even one herb and grow it this year. Even one pot will set the stage  for future growing.  If you are looking for more support, sign up for some more one on one coaching and lets grow together!

Or if you’re more of a DIY gardener, my Garden-to-Table Mini Course comes with video tutorials and my garden guidebook so you can grow herbs from seed to harvest!