CABBAGE (Brassica oleracea) is an ancient vegetable of the European old world, but cabbages In China were mentioned by Confucius (Chinese Philosopher 497 B.C.), which suggests that the plant traveled quite widely in the distant past.
Certainly the wild cabbage must long ago have provided sustenance for those of our hunting-and-gathering ancestors who sought the vegetables out.
The wild cabbage was a small plant that grew around European coastal areas (especially those of the Mediterranean) and – like broccoli – was first eaten for its stem. But by the time of the Romans, the head had become larger and more rounded, and the subsequent encouragement of various characteristics has resulted in some 409 varieties, such as numerous heads of cabbages, Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Cauliflower, Collards, Kale, and Kohlrabi, to name but a few, Moreover, the various Oriental species of the Cabbage family include the Chinese cabbage (Napa) and BOK CHOY. – 🌍 History of food. – Healthy And The Brain
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1,5 cup of raspberries
1/2 cup of rhubarb
4 cups of oat milk ( or your choice of milk)
At Healthy and the Brain (We pick the Wild Raspberry leaves in the beginning of spring , while the young leaves are fresh and bright green).
FORAGING WILD RASPBERRY LEAVES (Rubus idaeus)
Part used: leaf
Properties: Antispasmodic, Astringent; alternative, stimulant, tonic
Body parts Affected: stomach, liver, blood, genitourinary system and muscles
Preparation as infusion: Steep 5 to 15 minutes and Drink warm.
Wild Raspberry leaf tea also is good when combined with fresh peppermint.
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Time to prune these mature Basil leaves.
Basil is a decorative and aromatic herb 🌿 that loves a warm environment.
Plant the Basil in a pot and put it in a warm and sunny🌞 place.
Plant in moist soil in room temperature.
You can use your very own basil in making homemade pesto and using it for various pasta dishes. 😎
Parsley is a wonderful herb used in the culinary world as a flavouring agent and as a topping on some foods. You can eat parsley raw, juice it, make Infusions (teas) and decoctions.
Parsley root and leaves is excellent for difficult urination, dropsy, jaundice, Stones and obstructions of the liver and spleen. Parsley is a natural diuretic and can also be eaten or juiced to help with bad breath.
What a great herb it is.
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