Yet another weed that most of us pull and throw away has been uncovered as a super healing wonder herb. A recent study has found nettle to potently kill breast cancer cells.
If you have nettles in the backyard we strongly recommend that you collect and use them as part of your daily diet. Not only are the roots and the young leafy tops of stinging nettle edible, they are also very good for you. You can cook them and eat as food, use as an extract or herbal tea. Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) can supply your body with lots of beneficial nutrients. Continue reading Here’s another “weed” that is actually a superfood
Architect Rey Seneres lives in beautiful New Jersey with wife Arlene and shares with us his album which he titled, Oh, My Gulay! Who would not be charmed by this market place scenes that exemplifies the best of our gulay back home especially now that it is summer. Vegetables and fruits will be bountiful. Thanks to Rey and Arlene!
Eggplants and Ampalaya (Bittermell0ns)
A well stocked Sari-Sari store with fresh produce and other items.
Garlic, cassava and yams.
Arlene delights at the fresh produce!
Tomatoes and more!
Malunggay (Balunggay) and Bokchoi.
String Beans and more.
Alogbate, and who said “Munggo?” . . . . heaven!