Watercress is an aquatic plant species with the botanical name Nasturtium
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Watercress's history is a long one, with evidence of its use dating back 3
millennia to the Persians, Greeks, and Romans. It also makes an appearance in
History of Watercress as a Healing Food. Western medicine can be traced back
to the Hippocrates, a Greek physician who lived in the 4th century BC.
Jun 2, 2013 ... 'British weather is perfect for watercress' the words of Steve … my host at the ...
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What is my history? Watercress, an indigenous plant known for its food value
since Roman times, was a crop introduced to commercial cultivation in England
For those wanting further information on the history of watercress growing, why
not see "The Watercress industry in Hertfordshire", part of the "River Ver / Rivers ...
Sep 8, 2014 ... by Helen King and Jo Brown. Taking the name of Hippocrates in vain… It
happens all the time. When you work on any historical topic it ...
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Apr 20, 2014 ... This short-Documentary takes a look at the history of the Watercress Line,
featuring footage over the past few years. This won the 'Best ...
Watercress was once popular as a tea, freshly made with lemon and sugar, and it
has been used throughout history in Europe and Asia as a tonic for various ills.
Watercress definition, a cress, Nasturtium officinale, of the mustard family, usually
growing in clear, running streams ... Word Origin and History for watercress