Lecture 18 - 03:30 Herbs and Medicinals $5 billion annually...

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Unformatted text preview: 03:30 Herbs and Medicinals $5 billion annually global market over $5.9 billion growth 4.4% yearly currently >700 herbs and spices under production plants functioning for uses as medicinals, components of perfume food and preservation Herbs vs Spices: herbs: typically vegetable substances with an aromatic scent or flower originating from herbaceous green leaves and stems spices: typically veggies substances with an aromatic scent spicy taste originating from root, bark, fruit or dried seed Plant tissues: List all of the herbs and spices that you know based on what plant tissue they come from Seeds: KCumin Flower bud: Saffron, lavender Fruit: Pepper flakes, vanilla bean Bark: Cinnamon Leaves: Basil Stem/rhizome: Ginger Root: Sassafras, horseradish Origins of herbs and spices Med: Rosemary, basil Tropical: Pepper, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, ginger, cardamom Americas: Vanilla and allspice Northern Europe Mustards, horseradish Historical uses: Preservation and flavor Perfumes Teas Dyes Medicinals Spiritual Politics Trade Popular herbs and spices 1. Basil1....
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Lecture 18 - 03:30 Herbs and Medicinals $5 billion annually...

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