Pr Ntr Kmt herbs

herbs

    Herbs are a gift from nature. They include leaves, bark, berries, roots, gums, seeds, stems and flowers. They have been used for thousands of years to help maintain good health.

—courtesy of Austin Nutritional research

    The earliest ornamental gardens were created in ancient Egypt around 2200 B.C.E., about 600 years before the creation of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. These gardens were created by Sesh per Ankh priests, primarily for the medicinal qualities of flowers and herbs. The gardens also were considered to show the power of Pharaoh, who grew flowers where nature did not.

Some herbs may be poisonious under some conditions. Exercise appropriate care. There are herbs that were formerly believed to be completely safe that are now known to be dangerous. Knowledge about safety continually evolves and changes.

    Wild gathering: Avoid wild gathering. Some plants are endangered species. Some plants can be toxic just by touch. Even experts can make deadly misidentifications of wild plants. Please grow your own herbs in your own goddess garden (or window boxes).

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herbs:

Some herbs may be poisonious under some conditions. Exercise appropriate care.

    Wild gathering: Avoid wild gathering. Some plants are endangered species. Some plants can be toxic just by touch. Even experts can make deadly misidentifications of wild plants. Please grow your own herbs in your own goddess garden (or window boxes).

See also: herbalism and nutrients.

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    Nutrition and herbalism are often practiced by Egyptian magicians, Sesh Per Ankh, shamans, witches, and other pagans.

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