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This month it’s all about the mighty Horse Chestnut and how our Devil’s Claw is cultivated with a conscience.
Harvesting in Roggwil is now almost done. What we have left are a few herbs that are best picked and collected in the autumn. One good example of this is Aesculus hippocastanum – otherwise known as the Horse Chestnut.
They say ‘we are what we eat,’ and while I have never actually seen a person look like a loaf of bread and some pieces of fruit, there is an element of truth in these words. What we eat has a direct impact on our body and health. Often we think of the impact diet has on our digestive system, but it can also have a significant impact on our immune function.