Earth & Grow Benefits Fresh Cut Cilantro

The same bunch of cilantro that was purchased from a local market was divided into equal halves and placed into a small vase filled with the same amount of tap water. An Earth & Grow prototype was placed in the vase on the right.

The cilantro that was not plugged in rotted and turned to mush 10 days before the cilantro that was plugged in using the Earth & Grow device!

It is recommended to store cilantro by placing it in the refrigerator in a glass of water and loosely covering it with a plastic bag. This procedure will keep most cilantro fresh for a week, but this depends on how it was treated at the market. By plugging in your cilantro, you can get it to stay fresh 4 times longer… for an entire month instead of a week!

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2 thoughts on “Earth & Grow Benefits Fresh Cut Cilantro

  1. Fabulous!I am a fellow Yoga teacher and friend of Heidi's. I've known Brian Maynard from way back and just bumped in to him. Of course he knows you- it's a small world. I just wanted to suggest grounded shoes and bedding be put into your application. It may be hard not to have your patent contested on the grounds that some agro companies already engage in the exact process but perhaps are not aware of it. Just a thought. So I thought… no one has ever connected shoes or conductive (plastics) bedding to local neutral. I don't know if you have to show benifites for a patent. Anyway-

  2. Hey Noah! Great suggestion… there is a company in California making grounded sandals and bedding for humans. Their website is They are a good company and I recommend checking them out. Could you share more info on the agro companies that are grounding plants? We have not found anyone reconnecting plants to the Earth using the same process and would love to know more. Thanks for sharing!

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