Discover more about the historically consumed and celebrated asparagus, from beliefs around the sulfurous odor it may add to a person’s urine to rather surprising health benefits. Asparagus, scientifically known as Asparagus officinalis, is among the top vegetable crops produced in the world, grown in nearly all parts of the globe. It has been widely cultivated for centuries as food as well as herbal medicine. Despite this widespread use and cultivation, there is much to discover about asparagus and its rich history and nutrient profile that can put other vegetables to shame. Let’s have a closer look at the wonderful wellness perks you can get from humble asparagus.
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