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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? 🧭 Avocados...

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. •...

Matcha

Matcha

What is it? Green tea leaves that are stone ground into a powder form. It has a natural sweet, umami flavor profile. Some people may find it to be bitter, especially when they first try it. • What’s it for? 🧭Because matcha is consumed wholely (as opposed to stepped in...