Nasturtiums (Tropaeolum majus) is a popular flowering plant native to Peru where it was used as an expectorant & disinfectant. Today you can find these bright flowers in many gardens as they invite lady beetles into the garden who eat the grubs off our greens.
Eating the flowers & leaves of this plant can contribute to the healing of infections, especially in the urinary & respiratory tracts. It’s diuretic action also supports renal function & health. Lutein, a vitamin necessary to avoid cataracts, is found in its highest plant based concentrations in Nasturtiums.

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