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Most people want to eat well. Dieticians and doctors tell them to eat fresh fruit and vegetables to maintain a healthy diet. They might be eating fruit and vegetables but what they don’t know is that they are drenched in pesticides, herbicides or fungicides and have the nutrition bred right out of them so they can last for months in cold storage and on the super market shelves. Growing these fruits and vegetables yourself is the only way to ensure that it is full of nutrients and free of poison.

Why not go back to the source and grow a little rasta garden with your own medicinal plants to make sure you are getting what you need to maintain good health. You can grow a garden anywhere. An essential rasta garden contains herbs. Parsley, thyme, mints and basils will grow just about anywhere and depending on your climate zone you can build from here. Old varieties of seeds are also very important. Terminator Technology or GURTS is breathing down our necks. Nobody knows the implications of this technology. Most people don’t even know what it is. Collect your own store of quality open pollinated seed for your rasta garden. Some medicine plants include beans, beets, bitter gourd, asparagus, thyme, parsley, basils, mints, turmeric, ginger, cabbage, yam, amaranth, onions, chives, leeks and garlic. Sorrel, cucumber, nasturtium, calendula, rosemary tarragon and sage.

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