Wild Celery

Wild celery, also known as Apium graveolens, is often used as a crunchy garnish to add a touch of green to your buffalo cauliflower wings. But, did you know that this dinner table staple is actually a powerhouse when it comes to fighting arthritis and gout pain?

The juice from wild celery is known to help clear uric acid from the joints, which can reduce pain and inflammation. So, next time you reach for a celery stick to dip in your vegan ranch, remember that it’s not just a tasty snack, but it’s also working behind the scenes to help alleviate some of those aches and pains that come with aging.

And the best part is, you can enjoy it fresh, in a juice or even in a supplements form. So, whether you’re looking to add a little bit of flavor to your buffalo cauliflower wings, or you’re looking for a natural way to reduce pain and inflammation, wild celery is definitely a herb you should have in your arsenal.



  • Europe, Mediterranean, Asia

Botanical Name:

  • Apium Graveolens


  • Apiaceae (Umbellifers)

Health Benefits of Celery:

  • Calms Central Nervous System
  • Nutritious Cleansing Drink
  • Disinfect Bladder
  • Reduces Blood Pressure

Uses for Celery:

  • Gout
  • Arthritis
  • Cystitis
  • Asthma
  • Bronchitis

Flavor of Celery:

When To Enjoy:

  • Anytime


  • Do not use seeds if pregnant.


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