The overview of culinary and wild herbs and grasses is of course not complete. More unusual or rather unknown herbs have been omitted. It doesn’t necessarily make sense to feed everything just because it is theoretically possible.
Suitable herbs & grasses
also in larger quantities/ only small quantities
Blätter: [B] / Blüten: [Bl] / Früchte: [Fr] / Knospen:[Kn] / Samen: [Sa] / Stiele: [St] / Wurzeln: [W]
Herbs with essential oils
Herbs with a high content of essential oils (many kitchen herbs!) must be fed only in moderation and in any case not daily (maximum 1-2 times a week).
Kitchen and wild herbs to meet nutritional needs
Vitamin A: dandelion (1.7mg/100g) / ribwort / parsley (0.9mg/100g)
Vitamin C: ribwort / white goosefoot (236mg/100g
Calcium: white goosefoot (310mg/100g) / oregano (310mg) / basil (250mg/100g)
Silicic acid: ribwort / bird’s knotweed
➔ Nutrient content
Wild and medicinal herbs