If you have begun to learn about permaculture homesteading, you likely know how beneficial herbs are in the garden.
They can perform many tasks such as attracting beneficial insects, repelling pests, adding nutrients to the soil, creating wildlife habitat, and more!
Best Herbs for a Permaculture Garden
Herbs can also be used in the natural medicine cabinet in the form of tinctures, salves, and other medicinal preparations.
So why not choose herbs that have uses in both places? This guide will help you do exactly that! It includes 6 herbs that work wonders in the garden and are used for many common ailments. I recommend these 6 herbs for anyone looking to start a home medicine cabinet or permaculture garden.
Herbs have many uses in home remedies as well as in the garden. If you’re low on space, it makes sense to choose herbs that perform double duty. But how do you know which ones to choose for your garden? Luckily, I pulled together 6 of my absolute favorite herbs to share with you in this free guide.
Even if you just choose one or two to start with, you will see amazing results in your garden. Then you can use those same herbs for common ailments as needed.
Benefits of Herbs for Medicinal Use
Herbs are a great way to support the body. Herbs can be used for many common, mild ailments such as:
- cold symptoms
- cuts and scrapes
- irritated skin
- immune support
- wound support
Benefits of Herbs in the Garden
Herbs are also amazing in the garden. Some of thier uses include:
- attracting pollinators
- repelling pests
- creating habitat for beneficial animals such as birds and frogs
- adding nutrients to the soi and building organic matter
The benefits go on! Download the guide and get started with permaculture herbs!