Cinnamon is one of the oldest spices. Records of him are in the Egyptian, Greek and Roman manuscripts. Modern scientific research suggests that cinnamon has a positive effect in many diseases. This spice can help with gastritis, diabetes, high cholesterol, fungal and bacterial infections and many other diseases. Ceylon and Chinese Cinnamon Medicinal cinnamon gets just the Read More →


Asparagus (lat Asparagus) is a perennial plant of the lily family. Asparagus is one of the oldest wild cultures of the Mediterranean. Prized as a delicacy for over 2000 years. This plant has spread across many continents, since there are many subspecies. Some species are used more for food, the other for treatment – such as Asparagus racemosus , known as Read More →


Basil (lat. Ocimum basilicum ) is a bushy and very fragrant plant,with oval and usually green leaves. There are about sixty species of basil and all are different in appearance and taste. Its growing in various parts of the world, and it was originally grown in tropical Asia. One of the types of basil (tulsi, lat Ocimum tenuiflorum) -is used to treat Read More →


Since ancient times, cacao has been considered a precious food. According to the Aztec king Montezuma, this drink was reserved for the military and social elite, and he had a sacred and solemn features. Swedish botanist Linnaeus, gave the plant the nameTheobroma cacao L. where “Theobroma” just means “food of the gods.” Cacao grows on trees Read More →


Turnip (Raphanus sativus) has been known since the time of Moses, together with the (green, red and white) onion and pickles was a structural part of the food which was consumed by thousands of slaves who build the Egyptian pyramids. Turnip is good to be consumed with the bread and grain food as snack foods, Read More →

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