10 Tips to Combat Coronavirus 10 Tips to Combat Coronavirus


Edible Petals — Flowers That Taste as Good as They Look

edible flowers

Story at-a-glance -

  • A plethora of dishes gain additional flair when subtly flavored flower blossoms are added for culinary and visual appeal
  • Many flower species, such as chrysanthemum, dianthus and viola, contain antioxidants, phenolics, flavonoids, minerals and more
  • Some flowers can be toxic or have been sprayed with harmful chemicals, so it’s important to know exactly what it is before using it in the kitchen

By Dr. Mercola

Flowers have a special place in gardeners’ hearts because they bring a profusion of color, contrasting patterns and fragrances to living spaces. But several varieties are not only visually appealing but have culinary value, as well.

Read the Full Article for Free!
Subscribe to the #1 Natural Health Newsletter
  • Unlock censored health information that Google doesn't want you to read
  • Keep your privacy secure — We are no longer active on Facebook and are blocking our content from Google search to ensure your privacy stays protected
  • Get access to all of Dr. Mercola's health articles, E-books and special reports

Existing Subscribers: Enter your email address for instant access