Herbs

Herbs

+ digestion, liver, gallbladder function | Dr. Bob uses peppermint leaf, milk thistle, and dandelion root as supplements; and basil, chives, parsley, cilantro, and dill for eating

How to Use

supplement | raw | tea

An herb’s fragrance and aroma add the extra zest to beverages, salads and your favorite recipes. The oil in the leaf is what provides the flavor and taste. Peppermint leaf supports liver/gallbladder function and is also a natural antimicrobial agent. I add fresh peppermint leaf to fresh sun-brewed iced tea. Basil, parsley and chives promote optimal digestive function and can be added to a salad. We also add cilantro, a relative of the parsley family to our salads. Dandelion root and leaf promote optimal liver function. I personally add ten drops of peppermint leaf and dandelion root to four ounces of water every morning. I add chives, parsley, basil and cilantro to my daily salad. You can grow fresh herbs all year long. One warning: Do not overcook herbs.

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