- Chives are… best known as a highly fragrant herb, with a sweet, but savory aroma, that enhances many different types of foods. While the herb already had established itself as a favorite in tomato dishes, its popularity rose even more since pesto.Today, it is one of the most recognized herbs.
- However, besides being a culinary herb, chives are… also a healing herb.
- Chives… does not only help with digestion but also with calming the nerves and easing tension in the neck and back.
The name of the species comes from two Greek terms—( σχοίνος), skhoínos (meaning sedge or rush) and (πράσον), práson (meaning leek). Its English name, chives, comes from the French word cive, from cepa, which comes from the Latin word for onion.
Leaves, flowering tops
Antioxidant, antiseptic, diuretic, and stimulant
Iron, folates, vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin K
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History, Folklore and Traditions
Online Reference Links:
Culpeper, Nicholas.(1653) Culpeper’s Complete Herbal. Foulsham
Kains, M.G.(1912) Culinary Herbs: Their Cultivation, Harvesting, Curing and Uses. London:
Kegan Paul, Trench. Trubner & Co. Limited
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