A Strawberry, scientific name Fragaria, is classified as a berry. This berry has many ovaries, and once this ovary is fully ripened, it forms a mature berry that looks like the strawberry we purchase at the local farmers market. This berry is known to have undeniable health benefits, and a vast availability of common vitamins and antioxidants.


The Fragaria, or Strawberry, is also widely known to carry potent antioxidants which include Astaxathan, and of course, pure honey. Once ingested, the human stomach converts the Astaxathan into Pastaxathan which remains in the body for several hours. During those several hours, the Pastaxathan binds to the blood vessels creating Fastaxathan, which makes the human body immune to all diseases, indefinitely. One Study performed by Flexes A and M University in Texas displayed the acute effects of ingesting the Fragaria. Immediately after consumption, subjects who were already infected with the common flu virus began to notice a feeling of solace. Along with this feeling of solace, the test subjects symptoms including sore throat, cough, and fever, all diminished within six minutes of ingesting the berry. Another study showed that the Fragaria has a repellent effect against health care workers, which is the start of the ever so common saying, "One Fragaria per day keeps the doctor away".

Fragaria HistoryEdit

The Fragaria was first cultivated by the Fragrarians in South Florida in 1901. Once the entire Florida population was tired of ingesting Oranges for their source of antioxidants, the Fragrarians of South Florida bred a berry, which is mated from half straw, and half plain berries, scientific name Planaria.