By Mary Purdy, MS, RDN
Integrative and Eco-Dietitian and Adjunct Professor at Bastyr University
Culinary Herbs! These flavorful gems add zing to your meals and can provide some potentially anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties that support immune function and overall health. Try out these three herbs, often found growing wild or pretty cheap to purchase from the store and keep on your window sill. (NOTE: They are not meant to substitute seeking medical advice or treatment if you need it. They are meant to support your overall health.)
Please see the video for more info on specific properties of each herb.
Below are recipes from fellow dietitian nutritionists: