CELERY helps calm the nerves naturally, according to Hippocrates. It is perhaps because of its rich calcium content.
CELERY helps calm the nerves naturally, according to Hippocrates. It is perhaps because of its rich calcium content. Celery is a part of the Apiaceae family and also has a strong effect on the kidneys, helping to eliminate wastes via urine. And worldwide, it has a high reputation as an antirheumatic. Research carried out by Dr. David Lewis at Aston...

The Benefits of Barley

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Humanity has been availing the Benefits of Barley for centuries. Barley has been longer cultivated than any other cereal.
Humanity has been availing the Benefits of Barley for centuries. Barley has been longer cultivated than any other cereal. Also, the bread made from barley was a major source in the Middle Ages. Barley mainly serves as a main animal feed crop; lesser amounts of barley are used in health foods and in the malting process. It was so heavy...
Cabbage and Carrot – The Two Superfoods for your Health
Cabbage Indeed, Cabbage and Carrot are two superfoods that have to be taken by everyone in daily life. Cabbage has been the subject of an impressive amount of medical research. Not surprisingly: its healing powers — long attested in traditional medicine — cover a startling range of ailments. Cabbage contains healing mucilaginous substances similar to those produced by the mucous...
If you ask from any Frenchman about Artichokes Plant, he will tell you, that Artichokes is the friend of the liver.
If you ask any Frenchman about Artichokes Plant, he will tell you, that Artichokes are the friend of the liver. Its extracts from this vegetable feature prominently — as do those of the dandelion — in bitter alcoholic drinks intended to stimulate the appetite or soothe the troubled liver after an evening’s excess at a table or bar. Three Frenchwomen,...
What is Sauerkraut and its Benefits as many people do not know about this?
What are Sauerkraut and its Benefits many people do not know about this? A genius must have thought of this wonderful way of preserving the goodness of cabbage for months on end. In traditional European sauerkraut, raw cabbage is finely shredded and layered in a stone crock, with sea salt and spices such as juniper berries; each layer is...
Well everyone must have some knowledge about Pomegranates. Which is a thick-skinned super seedy fruit, with a dazzling red hue which is now touted as a sensational fruit by scientific researchers? The beverage carries only the goodness of the fruit and doesn't have any preservatives or added colors. The mouth-watering pomegranate red pearls can be squashed to make a...
The creamy, crispy and crunchy cashew nuts are cherished for their succulent flavor. They are eaten as a snack, roasted, salted, and sugared.
The creamy, crispy, and crunchy cashew nuts are cherished for their succulent flavor. They are eaten as a snack, whether roasted, salted, sugared, or covered in chocolate, and are often used as a flavorful complement to appetizers, main dishes, and desserts. Slightly sweet in taste they are relished as the garnish in sweets and desserts. Along with almonds, they...
Cucumbers have come a long way. If you grew them twenty years ago and gave because you got a lot of scabby, pulpy, disease-ridden fruits.
Cucumbers have come a long way. If you grew them twenty years ago and gave them because you got a lot of scabby, pulpy, disease-ridden fruits. Or the fruit never set, or they turned out great but gave you indigestion, try again? But these days there are several good disease-resistant varieties. The seedless ones, less bitter ones, even burpless...
The Black Diamond apple is located in the Tibetan region of Nyingchi and belongs to the Huaniu family.
Are you tired of red and green apples? There is a new variant available if that is the case. The Black Diamond apple is located in the Tibetan region of Nyingchi and belongs to the Huaniu family. In spite of its name, the apple is actually dark purple in color with white pulp inside. Apple cultivars like the rare...
Lucuma “Gold of the Incas” is common in Peru mostly use in ice cream flavor and even trumping vanilla and chocolate is a super healthy fruit.
Lucuma is pronounced (loo-koo-mah) and is also known as the “Gold of the Incas” and is so common in Peru. This fruit is mostly used in ice cream flavors and even trumping vanilla and chocolate. Lucuma (Pouteria Lucuma) is a super healthy fruit that has been eaten by Peruvians since 200 A.D. But modern science is just now getting...
The Black Sapote “Diospyros nigra” is a species of persimmon in the family Ebenaceae. It is also called “chocolate pudding fruit”
The Black Sapote “Diospyros nigra” is a species of persimmon in the family Ebenaceae. It is also called “chocolate pudding fruit” and black snap apple. Black Sapote is a tropical fruit mostly grown in Mexico, Central America, The Caribbean, and Colombia. Sapote means soft edible fruit and has no relation with white sapote or mamey sapote. The tree can...
Description Do you know, what is the Difference Between Turnips and Rutabagas? There is nothing in the garden quite as unromantic as a turnip unless perhaps it’s rutabaga. It is strongly flavored and good at storing root vegetables; they are rarely invited to sit at formal tables. But they are good earthy peasant food. Most people insist on a bowl...
Juicing Benefits
There are numerous health juicing benefits. How was it when I discovered juicing that I was floating from excitement? Despite being so natural, it was so drastically different from everything we knew about That made perfect sense, and I couldn't believe I had been able to access it all these years. Why didn't I learn about this sooner? What...
Apples are a potent source of antioxidants with polyphenols, flavonoids, and vitamin C. Therefore Apples are a good source of fiber, and potassium and there are only 47 calories in an average-sized apple. The undisclosed secret behind the antioxidant capacity of the apple is in its skin. The apple skin alone gives 2 to 6 times the antioxidant activity...
The best reason to grow beets is to make homemade borscht. But you can also boil them and serve them with butter or one of those gooey sauces, you can pickle them, or you can eat the green tops in salads or as cooked vegetables. Beets can be savored from the first tops in spring to the last dug roots...
Papaya Shrinks Prostate Cancer Risk by 63 percent and that’s the benefit seen by men in this study. When they ate 390 grams of papaya per week that’s half a large papaya and carries just 200 calories. How does papaya provide such health benefits? It is an extremely rich source of the three anti-cancer super nutrients beta-carotene, lycopene, and...
Apricots are a solid dietary source of catechins, a broad family of flavonoid phytonutrients.
There are so many Health Benefits of Apricot. It is naturally beautifully orange-colored fruits full of beta-carotene and fiber that are one of the first signs of summer. Apricots are grown in many countries of the world, but they’re most popular in countries of North America, South America, and New Zealand. However, dried and canned apricots are available year-round,...
The mysterious and rarely seen Butcher's Broom or (Ruscus aculeatus), is a low-growing permanent shrub. It has hard, erect, stems and very rigid leaves that lay off in a sharp spine. Thus, from the center of the leaves grow small greenish-white flowers. The flowers flourish in early spring and grow into red berries in autumn. The minute red berries...
Blueberry is a wonderful plant. Not only do they live for decades and bear delicious fruits that need almost no care. But they also are beautiful in themselves, with white, bell-like flowers in spring and handsome oval leaves that turn orange-scarlet in fall. The berries are pretty, ripening slowly so that clusters are green, red, and blue all at once....
Why are tomatoes so healthy
Why are tomatoes so healthy? Our modern tomatoes are all descendants of wild cherry tomatoes that grew along South America's western coast. From Mexico, the Spanish introduced the fleshy tomato to Europe during the 16th century. It is believed that the Mexicans were the first to cultivate the tomato. It was only a matter of time before the tomato became popular...

How to Grow Pears?

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How to grow pears on sturdy, deep-rooted trees that can live and bear for as long as seventy-five years. They will take less cold than apples
How to Grow Pears? Pears grow on sturdy, deep-rooted trees that can live and bear for as long as seventy-five years. They will take less cold than apples but more than peaches, and often have fewer pest and disease problems than either. They are not especially rich in vitamins, but no matter. Get your vitamins A and C from the...
There are numerous health benefits of Papaya. This is a fruit that can be cooked, eaten raw, or used in recipes to provide flavor. The papaya is a tropical fruit and originated from Central America. It has been planted all around the world and is consumed by many people regardless of their culture and location. Papayas are also called...
Pitaya Fruit Different Colors
Some fruits are so amazing and delicious to eat. Below is the list of 13 Strange Fruits in the World, which probably you've never heard about them.  Sugar Apple The sugar apple is a strange fruit, which taste is just like a pineapple-banana combo. The fruit is looking like an overgrown pinecone; the scaly, green skin is filled with an...
Well, crops in Succession Planting is a good way to make the most of your precious garden space.
Well, crops in Succession Planting is a good way to make the most of your precious garden space. Sometimes it means planting several successions of the same crop. However, in the small plan, there is a spring carrot crop planted together with radishes to shade the carrot seedlings, then a summer carrot crop planted in another spot to mature...
Jack fruit is to have spread from India to the other tropical countries such as Malaysia, Burma, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Brazil, Jamaica etc.
Description Jack fruit is well believed to have originated in the mountainous region of the Western Ghats of the Indian peninsula. It is supposed to have spread from India to other tropical countries such as Malaysia, Burma, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Brazil, Jamaica, etc. Jack fruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) is one of the most important underutilized fruit belonging to the family “Moraceae” and...