edible Flowers & Greens
Nasturtiums are a delicious edible and medicinal flower and herb that are high in vitamin C and have potent anti-viral and antibiotic properties. These sunny, wonderful little flowers originated in South America and were widely used by the Meso-Americans for urinary tract infections and kidney problems.
Nasturtium leaves have a peppery taste similar to that of arugula. They can be juiced, chopped and added to salads, or steamed like spinach. The brilliant flowers make a beautiful addition to salads, wraps, smoothies, and soups. Nasturtium leaves and flowers also make a delicious medicinal tea.
Nasturtium is high in sulfur and is especially good at helping to increase energy and prevent brain fog. They have the ability to help build strong blood by promoting the formation of blood cells. Nasturtium leaves are known to be an effective remedy for bladder, kidney, and urinary tract infections. They also are highly beneficial for nervous depression, constipation, indigestion, sore throats, sinus infections. Nasturtium also works as an expectorant and can help break up congestion in the respiratory passages during colds, flu, and bronchial infections. The flowers and leaves are also known to stimulate the tiny capillaries of the scalp making it a great hair-growth supplement.
1 cup of Fresh Flowers
1 bunch Fresh Greens