Do herbs grow back?
No, but if nursing woman eat fresh dandelion leafs (as a salad) that will increase amount of the milk and breast will appear larger for short period of time.
Much depends on where you live and the amount you are growing. A very good outlet is the Farmer's Market. There is usually a web site for the local market with their particular rules, the schedule, etc. In our area there are six markets a week, none of which are at the same time.. Get a table and a…n umbrella or some other weather covering. Wash your produce and make small bundles, set a price, or have a regulated (licensed) scale and sell by the ounce.. You could also set up a business and set up an on-line store. See Healing Spirits as an example.. Or, you could sell your herbs to other vendors for resale or processing. This would be ideal if you focus on one or two key herbs.. (MORE)
Most aromatic herbs help repel garden pests since the volatile oilsthat they give off interfere with the chemical sensors insects useto locate host plants. Lemon basil, sage and summer savoryrespectively help repel white flies, cabbage worms and cucumber andsquash beetles.
Answer . All you really need is a lot of dill weed. Salt, pepper, garlic and onion powders can be obtained at the grocery stores. I have found that dry dill weed actually does the trick quite well.
Answer . Any plant will grow in the sand if it is watered (mechanically, if need be) according to the plants needs.. If you mean "what herbs grow in the sand naturally?" .... I have seen Datura aka jimsonweed grow in the sand... of course there are lots of herbs on this list.. Also, did you me…an medicinal herbs? (MORE)
From my expirience with crickets (growing up with 2 brothers and playing with inocent little insects) they live about 5 minutes after the hind legs are removed. i highly recommend not conducting an expiriment to prove me right or wrong; can you imagine how painful that must be? But it also depends o…n the size of the cricket. the smaller ones die sooner than the larger ones, and the larger ones try to escape with their front legs. answering this question brings back memories.... (MORE)
The penis cannot be made larger by ingesting anything; products that claim otherwise are fraudulent.
A herb is a type of plant that is usually very aromatic, and tastes good.some rare herbs are only found in spesific places
I do not know about a herb, but I do know about a food which has been said to help tremendously with pain and discomfort -- more than the pharmaceuticals in fact. This food is red cherries; with 17 different antioxidants, they are very good for you in many ways. They are a natural cox-2 inhibitor wh…ich should help dramatically with the pain. When regular cherries are not potent enough, they can be purchased in concentrated form in most health food stores. Answer I don't know if you would consider this an "herb" but it IS natural. From personal experience I have found tea tree oil to be most helpful in removing my severe headaches because of cervical arthritis in my neck. I rub it wherever my neck is tender turn out the light and sleep like a baby. It hasn't failed me yet and I have used it at least 8 month. Yes it has a fragrance - sort of a wintergreen- but no one has ever mentioned it. It is so good to not wake up with a head ache! Salai Guggul is known to be effective. A good product with a combination of Salai Guggul and some other herb is Arthrid. More information on www.sindor.com. My mom and uncle are on it. (MORE)
A herb is a plant that is valued for qualities such as medicinal properties, flavor, scent, or the like. Herbs are annual, perennial or biennial that can be grown from seed and has practical and culinary purposes
Although this seems a very simple question, the answer is quite complex. I recommend you go to your local library, check out several good books on basic gardening, and at least one specifically on herbs. Do your research including zone, water needs, sun exposure and hardiness. Prepare your herb …bed carefully and then plant away. Any number of people I know started out growing herbs for their kitchen and have expanded to gardening for their flowers, fruit, and vegetables. The one bit of advice I can give you is put a 50 cent plant in a 5 dollar hole and you will get good results every time... if you reverse that ratio, you are looking at disappointment more often than not... Happy gardening. (MORE)
If you plant them by seed it takes anywhere from 30 days to 2 months
Oregano. Perhaps the easiest. Once a sprig is planted you should have a border of some type to help stop it from spreading. It does grow like a bush and would need pruning if you like. This fine herb will actually be infestatious if not watched when growing, claiming lawn if nearby. It can be watere…d, but needs little.. Chives, year after year, are another herb which once started thrive very well. This perrenial is a favorite to many Chefs. Chives, as far as I know, come in a few varieties. One of them being a garlic chive. Towards the peak of a season a pod forms to help reseed and form new plants. You will know by the purplish bulb formed on the tops. (MORE)
Herbs are plants that can improve the flavor of food, they also have medicinal properties.
The herbs used in breast enhancement are listed at the natural breast enhancement reference site, NBE Quest, which catalogues the various ingredients of herbal formulations for promoting breast growth. None of these herbs have been shown to enhance or enlarge breasts in any peer-reviewed clinical st…udies. (MORE)
Natural herbs are very effective for the growth of hair. It also nourishes the scalp and helps to remove dandruff from scalp completely.There are many herbs like Aloe Vera, Hibiscus Leaves, gooseberry, and many others which proves helpful in growth of hair.
Certain vitamins and minerals do help in the growth of hair. You can purchase supplements at any local grocery store nowadays, along with pharmacies and special health stores such as GNC. According to this link on Advicenators: http://www.advicenators.com/qview.php?q=548401 these specific v…itamins may help to increase the length of hair (although, keep in mind that if your hair on your head increases growth so will the hair all over your body): " * Vitamin A * Vitamin C * Vitamin E * Biotin * Inositol * Niacin (Vitamin B3) * Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5) * Vitamin B6 * Vitamin B12 # Calcium # Chromium # Copper # Iodine # Iron # Magnesium # Manganese # Potassium # Selenium # Silica # Sulfur (methyl-sulfonyl-methane or MSM) # Zinc " It apparently, again according to the above Advicenators link, recommended that you take a multi-vitamin to gain some of these nutrients you may not have enough of from the foods you eat. It is also advised to take extra-special care of your hair as it grows so that it lessens breakage--leading to it shortening naturally and increasing the amount of "dead ends" you may experience. Specific herbs that increase hair growth my contain the above nutrients. Many people are lacking these nutrients, and when supplied with a decent quantity they respond quickly. These specific herbs are: Horsetail Birch Oil Ginkgo Burdock Root Oil . according to: http://www.hairstylescut.com/healthy-hair/herbs-for-hair-growth.htm (MORE)
No, most herbal teas are made with leaves, stems, roots, barks, and flowers, even the ones made with seeds would not give to viable seeds.
well that depends, if you have a shady spot were you want to grow herbs rosemary would be easier, thyme likes sun lite.
If you use regular compost, around 2 hours. Supercompost yields herbs for me after I log off for about an hour and a half and they are full gorwn, I'm level 70 farming and that has worked for me so far.
My favourite herbs for direct sunlight are thyme, there are four or five cultivars that are great additions to a garden (both as an ornamental and a culinary herb), rosemary both the upright & prostrate type, chives, French tarragon, and oregano (this also comes in many cultivars).
Chive is one of the easiest herbs to grow. It is a perennial plant that will thrive in average soil and sunlight. You should plant it initially in the early spring and allow it to establish itself in the area you want it to grow. There after it will sprout each year at the most appropriate time for …your growing area. As long as you only cut the green tops (do not pull it out by the root) the plants will thrive, supplying you with plenty of fresh chives for your culinary use. (MORE)
because of the excessive sweat discharge on your back and water's tendency to disperse heat, it is your body's best defense in keeping your body warm!
Yes, coffee grounds can help herbs grow. They deliver nitrogen,which is a macro-nutrient necessary for healthy soil and soil foodweb members (such as herbs and other plants).
Yes Banana peels can help herbs grow , as we know putting your waste into a compot bin and letting it rot down produces vey fertile and high nutrition soil , if you put this in the pot of the plant or a thin layer on top if already planted the nutrients will be washed down where the herbs can absorb… all the nutrients that can help in quicker development. (MORE)
so you dont have to go to the store & buy some and they taste good.. We grow herbs because they are vital to the planet. The can be part of delicate food webs that sustain ecosystems. Also, herbs are EXTREMELY important to medicine, people use them as natural remedies to cure sickness, injury, infe…ction, and disease. (MORE)
I'm not really an expert, but some herbs that grow in the shade are : . Herbs that Herbs that can grow other plants that. grow in partial shade in very shady places, like grow in the shade. beside a tree. Angelica Anise hyssop Honey berry Bergamont Wild ginger leafy vegetables Ch…amomile Parsley Blueberries Chives Lemon balm sevral types of pears Comfrey Spice bush Gooseberries Chervil Beans Mint Currants Leaks Scotish varieties of apples Lemon balm Beats Garlic Dwarf tomatoes here's a link that might help: http/www.thelittleherbcottage.co.za/articles/herbsforshade.html (MORE)
Chose herbs that thrive in the heat, use lots of mulch, in the south east watch for mildew, in the south west use soaker hoses.
A.Herbe I have a painting by A.Herbe and on the back was a typed bio. Born 1900 at Stammerdorf near Vienna Austria, he attended the Viennese Academy of fine arts and studied under Prof. Fahtinger who helped him very much recognize his great painting talents. Already in his early years he exhibited… in the Viennese Kunstlerhaus but also in the Glaspalast and Zedlitzhalle his paintings caught on. By travels to Holland and Italy he developed further in his technique which influenced his works a good deal. Later being unable to undertake trips to foreign countries he did mostly painting of the Austrian wachau landscape and his home country of choice. I have search the internet and can't find anything on this artist. (MORE)
Knowing the temperature range during winter months would go a long way to determine this. Also the parallel would give a good indicator , for comparison to other regions around the globe , then research the types of herbs that grow in those region's. Here are some hardy herbs that grow in a wide ran…ge of climes. Sage , Rosemary , Thyme, to name a few. I live in Surrey , B.C. Canada , and have these herbs in pots , the Lambs Ear Sage has survived - 15 deg. C. , and has been growing for 8 yrs. , just the other day I went out and picked some leaves for a dish. The Rosemary died last year in that cold. the Thyme barely hangs in, but comes back in spring. The fact these are fairly woody, mature plants , I believe helped. So I believe you should , with care , be able to raise other types. (MORE)
Best season is probably spring or fall, however each herb has it'sown favorite times. Some, like rosemary, like it hot, while others,like chives, like it cool.
Depends on how much of it you lose, and how the wound is treated. If you lose something like half the nail, or even down to the cuticle, and the cut is left open, then something fairly functional and natural looking can grow back. But the further towards the joint, and particularly if the wound is s…titched up, the more likely you are to end up with a stump. (MORE)
No, the way teeth are formed excludes any possibility of healing growth. A sufferer can consider white fillings or a complete tooth replacement (expensive). There is a natural way of fixing this: an adult tooth grows in place of the first one.
Eventually everything will grow mold unless you somehow manage to prevent any water from getting to them.
Look at what farmers are growing. Ex: garlic, strawberries, artichokes, tomatoes, chili peppers, basil, oregano, CORN. The climate in Tracy is ideal for all kinds of vegetables and herbs. Water in this region is the key element in producing a successful garden because of the dry hot summer months.
i dont know what herb makes hair grow longer but i did hear the coconut oil makes hair grow 2x fast!
Such herbs as thyme, rosemary, fennel, chives, dill, and mint were grown in many places in Europe as a part of the production of ordinary farms and estates. Medicinal herbs tended to be grown in monasteries and by physicians. The details of growing the herbs were very much as they are today.
yes,african herbs goes grow your penis very big and even smaller if wrongly applied.in zambia there is even a case in which it made a man,s manhood to shrink after he did not follow the instruction correctly.And on the other hand there is one whose penis keeps on growing.there for those charms and m…edicnes are there.dont forget that before conventional medicine came into existence,africans were using herbs for there ailments.am also a testimony to this and i know the woman who can do that in zambia. +260 977600822 (MORE)
Lobelia (Lobelia inflata ) and myrrh (Commiphora molmol ) are two examples of antispasmodic herbs.
Most culinary herbs tolerate direct sunlight. It would be easier to list the few that do not tolerate sunlight well: The mint family are fine in shade, and do well in partial sun, but do not thrive in full sun unless kept well watered. Chervil will bolt (go to seed) much more quickly in …direct sunlight as it is not fond of the heat. Cilantro/Coriander is happiest with shade form the heat in the afternoon (bright sun in the morning) Dill is another herb that likes a bit of shade from the hot afternoon sun. Mitsuba (an herb somewhat like parsley) prefers the dappled shade under trees. Salad Burnet likes so shade but requires 6 hours sun per day to do well. Lettuces tend to bolt and acquire a bitter "green" taste, in full sun. A bit of shade in the heat of the day will extend your harvest of lettuce. Stevia (an herb used as sweetener) prefers only 3-4 hours of sunlight per day as it is quite tender. That leaves the following herbs, all of which do well in direct sun: Angelica, arugula, basil, bay, bergamot, borage, calendula, caraway, chicory, chives (regular and garlic), fennel, fenugreek, garden cress, horseradish, hops, hyssop, lavender, mellisa (lemon balm), lemon grass, lemon verbena, lovage, marjoram, oregano, mustard, parsley, rosemary, sage, savory (summer the anual and winter the perennial), tarragon and thyme. (MORE)
Chinese Ge Gen has been said to help with lower back pain by increasing the flow through the sciatica. It includes a combination of herbs with the main ingredient being the root Pueraria Mirifica.
I'm afraid not. Try the following guideline: "if something makes superb medical claims (e.g enlarging something, major weightloss etc...) , but is not being used in mainstream "medicine", then it is guarenteed not to work". i.e If there was a herb that enlarged your breasts, many people would be usi…ng it, and it would be widely known about, since it would be considered "safer" than surgery, and would have been reviewed by the British Medical Journal. (MORE)
There are herbs that you use for foods and teas. There are also herbs you can also use to cure illness or diseases.
Ferns and herbs do not grow in the same situations. Ferns grow in full to lightly shaded areas with moist rich organic soil while most herbs are Mediterranean based and prefer sunny areas with quick draining sandy soil. Planting these herbs in the same areas as ferns will have them rotting and dying… within a year or two. Not saying it's impossible. It would just be periods of trial and error to make it happen. (MORE)
In Eterna City Go to the house next to the Team Galactic HQ And they sell revival herbs P.S. It restores the Pokemon's health and heals any status problem Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Where_do_you_get_revival_herbs_in_platinum#ixzz20fYhU6nH
the dense forests mostly have trees which most likely shield the shrubs depriving them from sunlight and water
There are many different herbs that grow naturally in the Amazon. The most common and well known is a herb called Basil. Basil is used in everyday cooking around the world.
During winter pretty much anything that grows in Europe or theStates. In summer though the range is limited to a few hardy herbssuch as Perennial Basil, Sage, Mint (although they can only begrown in the shade). Herbs such as Lavender whcih do not tolerate high humidity do notgrow in the summer mont…hs, while more tender herbs are simply burntby the sun and wind (in summer). (MORE)
If you get a standard clay pot with holes on the bottom that is recommended. Parsley and Rosemary are fairly easy to maintain. Mint and Basil can also be used in clay pots. Avoid using fertilizer.
Chili peppers, ginger, star anise and other spicy herbs can begrown in Chengdu and Chongqing china.