Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha

What is it? 🍃Ashwagandha is a root plant part of the nightshade family. Its fruit, leaves and roots have been used for medicinal properties for over 2,500 years! It’s been said to have ‘the strength of a stallion’ and its name actually means horse smell (lol).  In...
Pumpkin

Pumpkin

 What is it? ⚡️ Pumpkin is a winter squash mainly grown in North America. Its nutrition contents are closer to vegetables, though because of its seeds…it’s a fruit!! • What’s it for? 🧭They are not just for latte’s or baking, but they are actually quite the beauty...
Avocado

Avocado

What is it? 🥑Avo-cah-dos are fruits, not vegetables like some people may think. They come in hundreds of varieties – varying in shape, size and color. They grow in temperate climates and are most famously grown in Mexico and California.  • What’s it for?...
Almonds

Almonds

What is it? ⚡️  If you’re thinking ‘nut, duh!’ Hold up! Almonds are actually a type of drupe nut, closely related to a very small stone fruit. They have multiple layers which is why sometimes you may see shelled almonds (think of those delicious Marcona almonds$$$) •...
Maca Root

Maca Root

What is it? ⚡️ Maca is popularly consumed in powder form, however it is actually a root vegetable! It is also considered an adaptogen (double whammy!) and looks similar to a turnip. • What’s it for? 🧭 I’ve always known maca for its energy boosting and hormone...
Cherries

Cherries

What is it?  Cherries are fruits that are often categorized into two different types – sweet and sour. Sweet cherries in the US are grown mostly in Washington, California, Oregon, Wisconsin and Michigan, and sour ones in Michigan, New York, Utah and Washington....