Brassica White Crane. by EncroVision

Unlike other popular flowers, Brassicas are sturdier, less fragile and longer-lasting due to their waxy but tough stems and leaves. Brassicas has the ability to remain fresh as cut ‘flowers’ for a solid week; with floral preservatives, could possibly last longer than that.(Bloomthis)

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Brassica Red Crane. by EncroVision

Brassica is the Latin name for a genus of plants in the mustard family. Translate it to non-Latin would be Kale, Cabbage or Mustard. The Brassica also consist in its family the flowering kind of vegetables such as Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cauliflower, Collards, Rutabaga and Turnip. (Bloomthis)

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The pungent panacea. by mosmerabsamii

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Let your food be your medicine,visa versa — A quote by Hippocrates 460bc An ancient Greek physician regarded as the father of medicine,about 60 medical writings have survived that bear his name including the hippocratic Oath.
Panacea–An ancient Greek goddess of healing.

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