University of Southern Indiana
Lavender in a field

Medical Uses for Cultivated and Common Wild Herbs

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Peppermint, thyme, rosemary, dandelion, bee balm and elder flower—herb by herb, instructor Regina Maier will discuss the nutritional and medical values and uses of many herbs we grow in our garden or can find in our surrounding environment. Many plants have antiseptic, anti-inflammatory or calming properties, are expectorants or diuretics. Learn how to start your own personal reference guide of herbs you have access to.

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