Creator’s Green Farmacy is all around us, growing, providing necessary nutrients for our health.
When organically grown, we receive what we need to maintain life! Food, herbs, roots, sea plants, and many things growing in and around our world can all add to our health.
These mini-articles are from my former blog, and I will be adding new ones. If there is something of interest, please research your subject more. This is a just a taste and highlights the benefits of many foods and herbs.
When we think of the simple foods we eat, sometimes we have no idea all of the great healthy qualities they have.When we eat a well-balanced diet and change what we eat often, we get a real mix of vitamins, minerals, trace elements, and vibrations which all enhance our life.
Knowing the properties of food, herbs and plants will help you make great choices, blend flavors and create meals that support health and happiness.
Enjoy your food. Eat with your mind on its taste, how flavors mix, smells, colors, and the loving energy that the hands that made it. Enjoy!
Be a part of the Quality of Life through growing your own food, or participating in a community garden. Nutritionists say that when you eat organic homegrown food right away, just after harvesting, you receive the most nutrients and value.
Whether in pots on your porch or rows in the yard, lots in a field or with neighbors down the road, nothing tastes better than your locally grown food.
Share what you grow well with your neighbors and start a new movement for whole communities to grow their foundational foods right in their yards.
Just imagine, no one goes hungry anymore!
Health Properties of Natural Foods, Herbs, and Tubers
Click on any of the names for the link to the article
Aloe Vera ~ Artichokes ~ Bell Peppers ~ Cacao ~ Calendula ~ Cauliflower ~ Chives ~ Cloves ~ Fennel ~ Gotu Kola ~ Guava ~ Honeysuckle ~ Kiwi Fruit ~ Mamey Spote ~ Mustard Greens ~ Lavender ~ Lemongrass ~ Lemon Verbena ~ Oranges ~ Paprika Spice ~ Pau d’Arco ~ Pears ~ Persimmons ~ Pistachio ~ Plantain ~ Quinoa ~ Raspberries ~ Red Cabbage ~ Sesame Seeds ~ Star Anise ~ Shiitake ~ Strawberry ~ Tumeric ~ Valerian ~ Walnuts ~ Watermelon ~ Winter Squash ~