The Dragon's Tale

Homegrown Herbs from The Dragon’s Garden.

The Dragon’s garden is in full bloom!  Look for our freshly plucked homegrown herbs in current and upcoming specials.




Widely used throughout Southeast Asia, its flavor has a hint of licorice and spice. Recent research suggests that basil can help fight bacteria, viruses and chronic disease. It’s iron-rich and known to detox the liver.  Impress your friends by muddling it for refreshing herbaceous summer cocktails.  Fun fact: the blooms are edible and make a beautiful garnish or salad topper.





Our mint is thriving, and we’ve been having a lot of fun infusing it into our Dragon Detox Water along with ginger, flaxseed, seasonal fruit, and other superfood ingredients. Mint health benefits include:

*Improves oral health
*Quick & effective remedy for nausea
*Relieves symptoms of acne
*Clears up congestion of nose, throat & lungs
*Helps lose weight in a healthy way
*Inhibits the release of histamines that causes allergies & hay fever
*Helps to prevent cancer
*Natural stimulant, relives fatigue & depression
*Aids digestion





Kale is king of super healthy greens and is one of the most nutrient dense foods of the planet. It’s loaded with powerful antioxidants & vitamin C.

Thyme is a nutrient-dense spice with a beautiful fragrance.  It has been used since ancient times for its medicinal properties.

Sage’s wonderful health-promoting properties are held in such high esteem that the International Herb Association awarded it as “Herb on the Year”.  Antioxidant rich, it makes a great anti-inflammatory and brain booster.

Greek Basil is actually native to Southeast Asia and was brought to Europe in the middle ages. It goes deliciously well with tomatoes. Fun fact: do like the Greeks and place it on outside tables to keep flies away.


What’s your favorite dish that incorporates fresh herbs?


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