Using herb powders rolled into bite-sized balls is a brilliant kitchen apothecary tool. Almost any herb can taste good this way. The wisest herbalists use these to acquaint those who are sensitive and discerning of palate, especially children, to a pleasant way of ingesting herbs.
Rosemary Gladstar, an amazing teacher known as the godmother of herbalism, offers the idea of herb balls in the books she has authored. These mix herbal powders into 2 parts nut butter with 1 part sweetener, honey or maple syrup, and are an inspiration to create your own favorite confection. It is true that many herbs are just not appealing to our penchant that leans toward the salty and sweet. They are bitter or sour or overly fragrant. But mix herbal powder with cocoa, peanut butter and honey and the flavor becomes tolerable, even delightful. For me, these also function as a filling and healthy quick breakfast or snack.
If any ingredient in the recipe does not suit your own tastes, feel free to make substitutions, different nuts, maple syrup for honey, or cinnamon instead of ginger. Let your preferences steer you through more eating of herbs.