Seven years BC, the Sumerians used herbs in medicine. The ancient Egyptians used fennel, coriander and sautéry before BC. In ancient Greece in the year 7, Galen was known for the preparation of complex herbal remedies with more than 2 compounds. Emperor Charlemagne (1-5) compiled a list of 5 different vegetables planted in his gardens. The Relationship between Vegetables and Health As in the book, a series of pre-medieval cooking methods has been important in Europe. This book promotes the use of vegetables and salads and claims in his introduction that he has consulted with medical scholars and philosophers at the King’s court to write the book. Vegetables In general, herbs are any herbs that are used as food, flavorings, medicines, or fragrances because of their fragrance or flavor.
Use in cooking distinguishes vegetables from spices. Vegetable refers to the green leaves or flowering parts of the plant. (Fresh or dried) while spices are made from other parts of the plant including seeds, skin, roots, and fruits (usually dried). Vegetables are used in a variety of ways, including cooking, medicine and in some cases spiritual.
In the medical or spiritual use of any part of the plant, such as: leaves, roots, flowers, seeds, root skin, inner skin (vascular bundle), swelling and overgrowth may be considered herbs. There are many types of vegetables such as: Eat Vegetables – Ash Vegetables – Cabbage Vegetables and many foods that are made with vegetables: such as vegetable cuttings; Coconut greens and etc. Used in cooking, cooked vegetables are distinguished from leeks. These vegetables, like spices, are used in small quantities to taste the food, not the food itself. Vegetables can be like sautéed or lavender or as a two-year parsley or as a year-old basil. Enduring vegetables can be like bushes of rosemary or leafy leaves. Grass plants, which by definition cannot be woody plants, are not. Some herbs such as dill and its seeds or coriander leaves and seeds are used as both herbs and spices. Also, there are some herbs like the mint family that are used for both cooking and medicinal purposes. Medicinal herbs Some herbs contain herbal chemicals that affect the body. When used in small quantities, it can have effects that are exemplified in spice cooking, and some vegetables are toxic when consumed.
Extracts of some herbs such as kale or kava can be used for medicinal purposes: reducing depression and stress. However, excessive consumption of these vegetables can lead to increased toxicity in the body and may have serious side effects and therefore should be used with caution. They may also have side effects when taken with some prescription medicines. Vegetables have been used as the basis of traditional Chinese medicine for a long time, dating back to the first century of the common era and much earlier. The Ayurveda treatment system in India is based on the use of vegetables. The root of medicinal use of vegetables in Western cultures goes back to the Hippocratic Elemental Therapy System, which is based on four elements. Well-known botanists of the Western tradition include: Ibn Sina (Iranian), Galen (Roman), Paracelsus (Swiss-German), Nicolas Culpeper (English). Some plants, in particular cannabis leaf and extract, contain psychotropic properties and are of early psychotropic properties. The Holocene has been used by humans for religious and recreational purposes. People in northern Peru have been eating coca leaves for more than five years. While the history of cannabis use as a psychotropic substance dates back to the first century AD in China and the northern regions of Africa. Indigenous Australians developed herbal medicine based on herbs that were readily available. The isolation of indigenous people meant that the drugs developed were very serious for the disease, and that this was due to their non-involvement with Western diseases.
Vegetables such as Australian mint, golden acacia, eucalyptus were used to treat cough, diarrhea, fever and headache.