There once was a land where the seasons came and remained with joy and generosity: a large plateau between 3300 and 6600 feet (1000-2000 mt) above sea level; Winter was full of wonderful snow and Spring opened to a fantastic dance of colours and bird-flight, Summer was full of perfumes and endless games of clouds, while in Autumn silence was dressed with rich, intense colours that quickly went to rest. A plateau that nature built and painted with passion and tenderness..
There is a vegetable garden in the skies of Veneto in Italy, the Asiago Plateau, more precisely Roana, along a strip of land that marks the end of the meadows and the beginning of the woods, a vegetable garden that resembles a flower garden, an uncontaminated space where Mother Nature smiles and sings and spreads colour to create gifts that do not stop there but through knowledge and the heart and the effort of many hands are transformed into products for the well being of people.
There is a vegetable garden that has as spectators only fir and larch, roe deer, deer and squirrels, swallows, sparrows and robins, hawks, eagles and buzzards. A special microclimate favours and keeps intact the healing properties of the plants, which are harvested by hand and promptly selected and processed with care and love that accompanies the head and hands of those who work every day to grow over a hundred species of medicinal plants, to allow them to mature through time, so as to season their balsamic properties, in the nearby lab to create directly the raw materials that are used to create the products of Integra Salus.
Integra Salus: from the Latin intact – intact, whole, pure, uncorrupted; Salus – health, safety, conservation, welfare