The herbs in your spice collection support your health!
Have you ever wished that you had something natural to help a stuffy-nosed toddler to breathe well enough to sleep?
Or wanted something non-pharmaceutical that would help to prevent you from getting sick when everyone around you is coming down with something?
Chances are, if you have any kitchen herbs in your cupboard at all, you will have what you need on hand. Use them in cooking, use them in tea, and sometimes use them in a bath… your kitchen herbs can do more to help you than you might expect!
Having autism can make pharmaceutical drug use inadvisable. Between invariably-impaired detoxification (and all drugs are toxins), and an often out-of-balance immune system, drugs often do things they shouldn’t, and don’t do what they’re supposed to, in an autistic body.
Many kitchen herbs used for cooking have much greater nutrient density than most of our foods, so they help with hyper-nourishment. However, they also have medicinal properties.
Since most people who do any cooking at all tend to stock a few basic herbs for cooking...
And most people who have health challenges end up doing a lot more home cooking to avoid the health hazards of processed food...
The likelihood that you will be able to reach into your cooking spice and herb supply for first aid support is higher than usual.
While kitchen herbs are food, and mostly considered very safe, plants are what drugs are primarily developed from. Herbs used too often or at the wrong times can push the body too hard, taking it further off balance.
As a result, it’s important to understand herbs much better if you’re going to drink the same tea often, daily, or several times a day. However, on a first aid, occasional basis, kitchen herbs are very helpful, handy, simple to use, and low-risk.