Chlorophyll For Health

Chlorophyll For Health

Chlorophyll Supports the Body’s Detox Pathways The wonderful deep green hues of plants and vegetables comes from a pigment known as chlorophyll. Plants use this deep green pigment along with sunlight to obtain nutrients. In many cultures, it has been used as a...
Celery, A Medicinal Herb

Celery, A Medicinal Herb

Celery Is A Surprising Medicinal Herb Crunchy, delicately salty by nature, and packed with hydration, celery stalks (Apium graveolens​) are a great snack to pair with your favorite summer dip. Did you know that celery is also a potent botanical medicine recognized for...
Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Is Your Extra Virgin Olive Oil the Real Thing? Most people are aware that preparing food with Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) has many health benefits, but few know how to properly select EVOO. Even more surprising: grocery store shelves are filled with imposter EVOO!...
Stinging Nettle & Allergies

Stinging Nettle & Allergies

Stinging Nettle to Minimize Outdoor Allergy Symptoms If you love to be outdoors, but are irritated by seasonal pollen, consider the herb Stinging Nettle to help reduce the sneezing and itching symptoms of hay fever. A well-established remedy in Western botanical...
Apricots and Antioxidants

Apricots and Antioxidants

Apricots are Awesome! Though some will argue the place of origin of apricots–China, Persia, India, or Armenia–there’s no denying the worldwide appeal of the tangy flavor packed in this little fruit. Now widely grown in the Americas, they make a...
Wild About Winter Greens!

Wild About Winter Greens!

Eat Your Winter Greens   If you want to liven up your salads, get wild about winter greens! Here’s a list of cold-weather hardy greens that are packed with nutrition, flavor, and color: Belgian Endive. Add kick to your salad with chopped-up endive leaves....