Category Organic food

The use of edible or edible herbs
Organic food

The use of edible or edible herbs

A small bush of Polmonaria officinalis Once, but not so long ago, in many kitchens there were tufts and bunches of spontaneous edible herbs collected in the fields and in the ditches (where no chemicals were used for fertilization) that were used both as food ( that's why they are called edible herbs) and to give flavor to food, with the advantage of also contributing to good digestion and regular assimilation of nutrients.

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Organic oil

Oil is the absolute protagonist in the kitchen in food condiments, how can you do without it? And it is precisely because our body ingests a lot of it, it is important that the oil is not contaminated by pesticides or chemical fertilizers. Unfortunately, many pesticides are used in olive groves during the harvesting period, risking to find them on our plates!
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Liquidflora: certified organic cosmetics

The eco and bio qualities of cosmetics lend themselves to being evaluated under various aspects: raw materials, production processes, respect for animals, packaging and more. The make-up market is in fact a very sensitive market to 'contamination' and for this reason the certifications along the entire supply chain take on particular importance.
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Organic vegetable

Zucchini, carrots, aubergines so beautiful they seem fakeā€¦ ..in short, vegetables without aesthetic defects. It is very appealing to the eye but not all that glitters is gold: to make vegetables so perfect, pesticides and other harmful products are needed. Organic vegetables are born precisely from the need to recover a healthy and genuine diet, to eat without fear of ingesting vegetables with chemical and industrial treatments.
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Milan and its organic ice cream shops

Who is looking for organic ice cream shops between Milan and the province, has found "cream for his palate"! Yes, perhaps, "bread for his teeth" is more conventional as a proverb but the saying just coined makes the idea better! The organic ice cream parlors offer artisan ice creams prepared starting with certified organic ingredients.
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Stevia, the natural sweetener

Stevia is a zero-calorie natural sweetener that is extracted from the leaves of the homonymous plant. In its natural form, stevia has a sweetening power 10/15 times higher than normal table sugar, while in its white powdered form, it can become 70 to 400 times sweeter than refined sugar.
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Organic eggs, free range hens

In the ideal farm for the production of organic eggs, the hens must be able to move freely and scratch around to find food. In battery farms, to prevent the hen from scratching, an abrasive strip is applied near the feeding trough.
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How to purify the body with natural methods

Exposure to chemicals and pollutants can cause irreparable damage to human, animal and plant organisms. In this regard, below we will suggest how to purify the body to remove pollutants in the most natural way possible. Purifying the body with water Among the substances most available in nature to purify the body, we find precious water.
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Set up an organic garden on the balcony

Setting up an organic vegetable garden on the balcony is doubly recommended: on the one hand, wholesome and pesticide-free food is grown, on the other hand chemicals are kept away from the home environment, the balcony is often located near the kitchen or living space occupied by inhabitants.
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Infusion of nettle

The nettle plant, due to its beneficial properties, is widely used in herbal medicine, as is the case with the nettle infusion that is obtained from its dry leaves. It is a very rich source of vitamins, especially A (beta-carotene), C and E of proteins, salts and amino acids such as sodium, potassium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, selenium and sulfur, secretin, tannins and folic acid and through its use it is possible to enjoy its purifying, toning and firming benefits.
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The use of edible or edible herbs

A small bush of Polmonaria officinalis Once, but not so long ago, in many kitchens there were tufts and bunches of spontaneous edible herbs collected in the fields and in the ditches (where no chemicals were used for fertilization) that were used both as food ( that's why they are called edible herbs) and to give flavor to food, with the advantage of also contributing to good digestion and regular assimilation of nutrients.
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Linseed oil, properties

We can define linseed oil as a concentrate of well-being due to the many beneficial properties that characterize it. Excellent for both food use and external use, linseed oil is rich in nutrients such as proteins, minerals, vitamins, fatty acids such as omega3 and omega6, anti-carcinogenic and antioxidant substances.
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Cloves, properties

As it might seem from the name, cloves are called so only because they resemble carnations in appearance. They are buds of a tropical plant whose composition is characterized by the predominance of a propenylphenol: eugenol. Thanks to this component, the spice acquires particular aromas and fragrances that have distinguished it not only in the kitchen but also in herbal medicine.
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Ginseng, properties

Ginseng is a root with a thousand healthy properties that is obtained from perennial plants belonging to the Araliaceae family. Always considered a remedy for any type of problem, ginseng boasts the presence of various vitamins, essential oils and polysaccharides: triterpene saponins (ginsenoids), considered the main active ingredients of the plant, should also be mentioned.
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