The superfood designation has been applied mostly to exotic food sources that contain very little bulk, few calories, but are high in nutritional value. Many of them, for example, chlorella or spirulina, are beyond home gardening capacity.
Disease healing and preventative herbs are well within the scope of home gardening. But man cannot live on herbs alone. There are foods with higher bulk and calorie amounts that are also considered superfoods by some. They can be grown in a home garden.
Just try to make sure your garden is in the backyard surrounded by a fence, or use containers that can be placed on patios or balconies. There has been a lot of local government hassling of home owners whose vegetable or herbal gardens were conspicuously planted in their front yards.
These raids seems to be an international phenomenon, reported often by NaturalNews. (http://www.naturalnews.com)
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