Grown for its crispy stalk, celery is a plant which is native to Europe. First recorded in 850 BC in Homer’s Odyssey, it has been cultivated for its medicinal properties for thousands of years.

Consisting of 95% water, this fibrous vegetable contains little protein, fat, or sugar, but it does supply a wide range of minerals and vitamins, and is known for is diuretic properties.

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The seeds, root, fruit and essential oils of celery are concentrated sources of active super nutrients. The stalks share those medicinal properties but have less powerful effects.