Greek Celery Quality A' Bulk

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Celery was known to the Ancient Greeks, the Romans and the Chinese from the root to the seed, where they used it in cooking and medicine. It is a biennial or perennial plant that reaches 80 cm in height. It has a fleshy root, multi-branched stem, compound leaves with triangular toothed leaflets and white, small flowers.

In relation to other herbs in relation to stomach problems, it works as a tonic, stimulant and has antipyretic properties. It can replace salt in cooking and is suitable for diabetics.

It contains iron, calcium, phosphorus and vitamins C, B1, and B2. It is a good diuretic and aphrodisiac. It is used in diseases of the kidneys and bladder as it acts successfully against arthritic and rheumatic diseases.

The ancient Greeks made a unique excellent wine from celery and used to offer it to the winners of the races as a sign of honor and valor.

Celery leaves are an excellent spice in raw salads, but together with celery root, they are an excellent tonic for soups with meat, fish or even herb soups, especially in winter.

In regions of Greece where it is cold they make delicious pancakes with celery root which are very energizing.

Celery juice has excellent beneficial properties and benefits the brain when there is a headache from mental strain.

Celery roots as well as its leaves are rich in vitamins A, B, C, minerals and coumarin.

It is an excellent diuretic, tonic and digestive, while it helps to reduce the levels of uric acid and cholesterol.

Its magical seed is a dynamite for our diet and the decoction of its seeds is used against hypertension and has soothing properties.

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