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We talk a lot about them on our channel, since they are powerful natural medicines that help prevent and treat many diseases. Isn’t that true?
So, in today’s video, you will learn how to grow turmeric, garlic, and ginger at home. How cool is that?
Because they have anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antioxidant, and antibacterial properties, these ingredients are very useful in our lives. And even more so when we follow a healthy lifestyle.
Growing them at home can be very useful, and all you need is some motivation and a good dose of patience!
How to grow turmeric at home
The best time to plant turmeric is in early-spring as it requires warm temperatures to grow. For a successful harvest, buy Curcuma longa, which you can easily find at organic stores or grocery stores.
How to grow garlic at home
Growing garlic at home is easy. It is usually planted during fall and the best garlic heads harvested you can find are usually planted mid-fall.
How to grow ginger at home:
To always have some ginger at hand, grow it in fertile and well-drained soils, in indirect sunlight or shadow. Choose the warmest months to plant ginger and protect it during the cold season. You must always water it, but it doesn’t require too much water.
Now you will always have these three ingredients at hand to flavor your meals and take care of your health!
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