Sea vegetables are rich in minerals and vital trace minerals— barely found even in the richest organic soil— especially iodine, iron, B6, B12, and magnesium. Iodine helps regulate the metabolism by feeding the thyroid. Eighty percent of our precious topsoil is now in the sea as a result of careless farming practices and overgrazing the land with non-native cattle. Now more than ever we need to supplement our diet with sea vegetables. Soak sea vegetables in charged water until soft.
By Artspace Editors. Here, we take a look at nine works by some of the best-known artists of the past years that highlight and expand the sensual symbolism of plants. Died , Paris, France. Untitled , Not actually a lily but an aroid, the plant has for centuries been associated with faith and purity. It is native to South Africa, where it was traditionally used to dress wounds—despite the fact that the plant is poisonous—but the arum lily also known as the calla lily was known to European botanists by the s and is today one of the most popular ornamental plants in the world. Such an experimental use of darkroom techniques helped to make Man Ray one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century.