If You See This "Weed" Growing In Your Yard, Don't Pick It! Here's Why:


The purslane is often referred to as a common weed, and most gardeners are just throw them away, but they actually have a better use. Eating the leaves have actually been proven to have amazing health benefits, so next time you see a bunch of weeds in your garden, try putting the naturally grown plant to some good use. heres why you should tare eating purslane…

Antioxidant rich.


Purslane are full of essential antioxidants, and vitamins that are essential to proper health. It is also full of calcium, iron, which help strengthen bones. With all of these amazing natural health benefits it may even be a cost effective way to replace your nutritional supplements.You should consume it every day to ensure your body gets proper nutrition.

Grows everywhere.


The seeds of the purslane are so strong that a single plant can live over 25 years, so it’s no surprise that it boosts your immune system, and improves your overall health. Additionally, it is non GMO,loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, and has the most vitamin A of all green leafy vegetables, which helps protect you from several cancers.

Powerful Purslane.


The main focus on this plant has been getting rid of it, but it’s time for that to change. Purslane actually has a pleasant lemon like taste, a crunchy texture, and can be a perfect addition to a recipe, or as a substitute for lettuce and spinach. It is also great on sandwiches and salads, and its high level of protein will help you build strength.

Even more reasons to try.


Because it is so high in omega-3 fatty acids purslane can have amazing effects on your health. It helps to prevent stroke, and heart disease, and other serious conditions in adults. Additionally, Children who consume this plant are less likely to develop symptoms of ADHD, Autism, and other developmental disorders.
This post was republished from simpleorganiclife.org. You can find the original post here.
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