Dr. Patrick Quillin is an internationally recognized expert in the area of nutrition and cancer. He has 30 years experience as a clinical nutritionist, of which 10 years were spent as the Vice President of Nutrition for Cancer Treatment Centers of America where he worked with thousands of cancer patients in a hospital setting. His 18 books have sold over 2 million copies and include the best sellers HEALING NUTRIENTS and BEATING CANCER WITH NUTRITION (now translated into 5 languages).
Dr. Quillin believes that we need to nourish our soil to grow the food that will nourish our bodies.
We carefully selected our seeds from quality growers based in USA. Our seeds are only heirloom, non GMO and open pollinated. Our seeds are mostly non-certified organic. All our seeds produce plants that are edible. Please be aware of any individual allergies you may have. We have selected seeds that have particular health benefits.
Our fertilizer is organic and contains beneficial microbes. While it is lower in nitrogen, the interaction with the organisms produces a rich community of beneficial bacteria along with many trace elements which make the plant thrive. Vitamins such as A, B, and E are present in the fertilizer, as well as minerals including magnesium and iron. Our fertilizer acts like a multivitamin for your plants. Jump start the growth of your plants with the quick release of nutrients into the soil.
There are miracles going on all around us if we merely take the time to notice. How does a tomato seed, the size of a BB become a plant the size of a man, then produce hundreds of tomato fruit, which each include dozens of seeds for future generations?
To garden is to touch the Divine. Nourishing plants whether for beauty or consumption is a connection with the Keeper of the Universe.
Gardening has many proven health benefits to mind and body. Gardens are now being added to hospitals and clinics for their healing value. Gardens have been added to thousands of schools across the country for their value in education and cooperative teamwork.
Eating what you grow is a true spiritual experience. Community gardens not only provide stress reduction, healthy food, and outdoor activities, but also nourish a sense of connection with others.
Excerpt “12 Keys to a Healthier Cancer Patient” by Dr Patrick Quillin, PhD,RD,CNS