Celery – growing wild thousands of years ago around the Mediterranean as celery, it was used as a laxative and diuretic, to dissolve gallstones and sooth the nerves. The Italians really cultivated the bitterness out of it and ate it as a vegetable in the 17th century. By the 19th century it was common fare in Europe and the USA.

It is an extraordinary basis to pasta sauce, or soup when fried very gently in olive oil for 10+ minutes.

Ayurveda says it is sattvic and good for the mind and excellent to support rejuvenation of bones, joints, arteries and connective tissue.

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