Botanical Name: Allium sativum Components: A cousin of the onion, this plant produces long, flat, pointy leaves and pinkish white flowers. It is native to Asia, the Middle East, and Europe but now grows naturally in the United States.
How to enjoy:
The fresh bulb is used for cooking, juicing, or making an infused oil. Dried and powdered, the bulb is used for cooking and can be encapsulated.