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Having An Organic Health Garden

Posted Sep 03 2010 7:28am

A new organic shop has just opened up around the corner and this means I would have closer accessibility to my organic health shopping. When I was in Bali, I was delighted to see so many organic salads in the restaurant menus and they were indeed delicious!

I really hope that I can grow an organic garden some day. It is nice to pick some herbs from the garden, pluck a few pesticide free tomatoes and savor a ripe fruit from my own tree. There are indeed many benefits to having an organic garden. One thing I know, there will be no pesticides or synthetic fertilizers used. These chemical products are applied to obtain crops all the time regardless plagues or weather conditions, and affect the quality of the vegetables. Besides, pesticides are usually poisonous to humans.

Some years ago, a friend who knows that I’m into organic health send me a couple of Christmas cards with some real organic plant seeds. I have been busy that I haven’t got time to start planting them. The thing with organic garden is this – You can be rest assured that your vegetables will not be genetically modified (GM). Antibiotics, drugs and hormones are used on vegetables to grow more and larger ones. One of the consequences of this practice are vegetables which look all the same and are usually tasteless. Besides, we end up consuming the hormones that have been used on the vegetables, with the potential risks for our health.
Eating your own organic vegetables will be much more healthy for you. They will not contain any of the products or chemicals named above, and they will be much more natural than any ones you would find at the supermarket. Your health will not be at risk because you will then know that nothing has been added to your vegetables.

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