About Herbs:

Be it for condiments, medicinal or spiritual purpose, herbs are deeply embedded in our households and customs. Occupying little space, herbs can be easily be grown on small balconies or gardens, having access to bright sunlight.

Add rosemary or thyme to your food, or spice up your mocktails with basil or pudina. Or perhaps you want to wow your guests with some lemon grass in their tea? Tulsi, ajwain and mimosa pudica (touch me not) have miraculous healing powers.

myBageecha recommends you to start your kitchen garden in a few grow bags with at least a few edible herbs. The delight of eating something home-grown more than makes up for the few minutes spent everyday caring for them.

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