Apples

Apples

An apple (Malus domestica) a day keeps the doctor away, they say. Apples originated from a common ancestor Malus sieversii in Central Asia, & are now cultivated globally.An apple, with the skin left on, is full of soluble fibre which is good for your heart as it...
Chamomile

Chamomile

Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) is a daisy native to eastern Europe. It has been used for millennia but now it can be a herb to assist you with calming the nervous system during unsettling times.The plant is soothing, sedating & antispasmodic. If you’re...
Echinacea

Echinacea

Echinacea (Echinacea purpura) also known as Purple Coneflower is a daisy identifiable by its spiky stamen (a signature of this herbs strong action of defence). This daisy is native to the eastern & central parts of Turtle Island (aka Central America) where the...
Macadamia Nut

Macadamia Nut

The Macadamia nut is native to the mid East coast of so called Australia. It is known as bauple, gyndl, jindilli, and boombera to local Aboriginal groups. The Budjilla people ate the nut as well as using the oil as a base for body painting and medicinal...
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