For centuries we have cooked with antiviral herbs and spices found in our kitchens. Many of these are flavorful adding a little pizzazz to our meats and vegetables. These various staples contain antiviral properties that many of us were unaware of.
With the Coronavirus pandemic happening all around us, families are cooking more and staying inside. There are so many antiviral herbs and spices that you can cook with that will help boost your immune system and provide you with the antiviral properties our bodies need right now. These herbs are excellent for every day use, and that can help to keep you healthy. It’s also a great way to keep busy by growing your own herb garden either indoors or outdoors. You can reuse old pots, cups or even vases to grow your own herbs and stick on the windowsill. You don’t even have to leave your house to get the supplies you need. Most of these traditional herbs are readily available on Amazon or other shopping sites. Some sites also offer kits that include containers, soil and seeds.
Planting your own herb garden is a great way to stay busy, de-stress and also keep the kiddos busy. It can be a great homeschool project as most states are on distant learning, and it will give them a sense of responsibility as they learn how to take care of their little green friends!
Here are some amazing antiviral herbs :
- Lemon Balm
Have fun and play around with different herbs for bold or delicate flavors. Keep in mind that some herbs and spices may interfere with certain medications or anyone who may have underlined health issues. If you are uncertain on whether you can cook or eat any of these particular herbs, you should consult with your licensed medical professional.