Asparagus plants are native to much of Europe and western Asia. Ancient cultures including the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans enjoyed this veggie. And King Louis XIV of France was so fond of it, he had his gardener figure out how to grow it out of season. Asparagus is found in three colors: green (most common), white and purple. White asparagus grows in the dark to prevent coloring by chlorophyll. Dandelion leaf has been part of Traditional Chinese Medicine for thousands of years. That’s a long track record. Dandelion has been studied for ages for a multitude of health benefits, including immune, digestive, urinary and hepatic system support. Historically corn silk was consumed by the Chinese and by Native American groups. The Chinese found that it served as a blood-sugar balancing agent.