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Daucus carota

Daucus carota

Botanical Name

Daucus carota*

Origin (Source from)

Togo, West Africa.

 

Benefits: 

- May improve stamina    - Rich in Vitamin A

- May increases sexual vitality - Rich in Calcium & Vitamin K

 

What it is: Daucus carota sativus (Carrot) is one of the most popular vegetables in the world. Because of their high nutrition value, presence of β-carotene, dietary fiber, antioxidants, minerals, flexibility for processing in many kinds of ways and the ability to remain edible even after months of reliable storing in both ordinary or refrigerated places, carrot instantly became embraced wherever it appeared after it was carried out from its home in Iran and Afghanistan.

 

Found in: VITALITY POWDER - Adaptogens For Energy & Libido Booster * 

 

About Daucus carota Uses: 

Daucus carota, also known as the wild carrot, is a diverse plant species that includes both wild and domesticated varieties. It is made up of 13 subspecies, 12 of which are wild and one of which is farmed. It is a herb plant that grows as an annual or biennial and spreads by seed. 

 

Daucus carota has been used as an alternative medicine for generations. It functions as a diuretic, eliminating waste from the kidney and treating numerous urinary system issues such as kidney stones and water retention. It also relaxes the digestive tract and treats a variety of digestive problems such as indigestion and gas generation.

In conclusion, Carrots are the perfect snack since they are crunchy, full of nutrients, low in calories, and sweet. They're linked to better heart and eye health, better digestion, and even weight loss. This root vegetable comes in a variety of colors, sizes, and shapes, all of which are nutritious additions to any diet.

 

References:

Wild Foods Uk

Queen Anne’s Lace (Wild Carrot)

Carrots 101: Nutrition Facts and Health Benefits

 

The information contained within this website is for educational purposes only. This site merely recounts the traditional uses of specific plants as recorded through history. Always seek advice from a medical practitioner. Cazo llc, and its representatives will not be held responsible for the improper use of any plants or documentation provided. By use of this site and the information contained herein you agree to hold harmless Cazo llc, its affiliates and staff. *
 

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