Summer Savory Medicinal Seeds
Harness its power to address occasional colic, diarrhea, indigestion, flatulence, stomach upsets, and mild sore throats through the creation of soothing herbal teas.
Some diabetics have been known to drink summer savory tea to reduce excessive thirst.
It can also provide instant relief when applied externally to wasp or bee stings, alleviating discomfort with a simple rub of a sprig.
Summer savory will add a touch of elegance to your bean, pea, and lentil recipes. Delight in its subtle and refined flavor, distinguishing it from its winter counterpart. After the vibrant blossoms have graced your garden, simply pull up the plants and hang them to dry, preserving their aroma and taste. By allowing a few plants to go to seed, you can enjoy the return of this herb year after year. Watch as it reaches a height of up to 10 inches, adding a visual charm to your garden.
Summer Savory can be used in the same way sage is. Enhance the flavors of poultry stuffing and stews, and create your own herbes de Provence blend using this amazing plant ally.