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Name: Thomas Mitchell
Central Ohio (Zone 6a)
May 21, 2020 8:42 AM CST
So I've tried using the search functionality on this site. While I do get results, if I select a Forum thread, search never takes me to the post about what I was searching, rather to the first post in the topic. Don't have time to read through all the posts or maybe I'm not doing something right. Anywho...

I'm interested in knowing if there's a thread, forum section, database, for nutritional veggies, past the part where vitamin C, A, D stuff, but like this longevity spinach is supposed to lower your blood sugar type stuff. Almost home remedies but with actual real veggies instead of plants and herbs that are otherwise unknown. I was reading about some veggie, I thought it was longevity spinach but apparently it wasn't that was rumored to lower blood sugar levels. I can understand the liability of not wanting such a thread, and I'd never suggest someone to stop taking medication in favor of a natural vegetable, but it interests me.
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Name: stone
near Macon Georgia (USA) (Zone 8a)
Plant Identifier Garden Sages Million Pollinator Garden Challenge
May 21, 2020 8:56 AM CST
Reading your post... I tried searching "medicinal plants"

"nutritional plants'

I'm not sure what you are doing that isn't working... maybe you could tell us what search terms you are employing.

A lot of us are interested in this subject... there probably should be threads specific to "food medicine".
[Last edited by stone - May 21, 2020 9:00 AM (+)]
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