Nourishing the large intestines:
chia seeds, burdock root, licorice, slippery elm, aloe vera = moisten the intestines pro-biotics replenishes bacteria
Nourishing the bones & blood:
Seaweeds are high in variety minerals and easily absorbable calcium.
Herbs teas: oatstraw, horsetail, red clover & nettles provide easily absorbable minerals & nutrients.
Nourishing the liver-Plus building & sustaining foods:
In winter lightly steam, bake or use in soups to release healing properties: Turnips, carrots, celery, squash, parsnips, dandelion.
Eat seasonal, local, organic
Use all eatable parts of plant to receive balanced properties.
Pot liquor: use liquid from steaming for soup stock or to drink. Make stock from organic, peelings/stems etc. potatoes & vegetables.
Nourish the stomach:
Miso=enzyme rich food live sourkrauts & naturally pickled vegetables replenish and stimulate enzyme activity Bitters maintains proper pH in stomach (greens, or concoctions)
Nourishing the bladder/kidneys:
Tea made of juniper berries, parsley, horsetail, fennel, peppermint.
Adrenals: nettles, licorice (take whole plant sources).