Rosemary is useful in stimulating the immune system, hair growth and memory, is useful in increasing circulation, improving digestion, and is also an anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant.
Bee Balm is a member of the mint family and is commonly used in teas. Bee balm is a natural source of thymol, an anti-septic which is used in mouth washes, and to treat mouth and throat infections. Bee balm tea can be used to treat fevers and headaches.
Parsley may help stimulate appetite, increase urine production, improve digestion and stimulate menstrual cycles. It is rich in vitamin A and C and is a good source of folic acid (great for a healthy heart.)
The serrano pepper is said to be 5 times hotter than a jalapeno pepper, ranging between 10,000 to 20,000 Scoville units. These peppers are commonly used in pico de gallo and salsa.
Peppermint, best known for freshening breath, is used to soothe upset stomachs and aide in digestion. Some studies suggest it may have anti-fungal, anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties.
Neem, the super-herb, is a tropical evergreen that is used in many different ways. It is used for cooking, medicines (addresses a wide range of ailments), shampoos, lotions, teas, to brush teeth, religious ceremonies, and even serves as a natural pesticide.
Mangoes are generally a sweet fruit. They are often used in cuisine as chutneys or pickled, the pulp for jams and served with cooked rice.