What is Ragweed?

What Does Ragweed Mean

The notion of ambrosia has its etymological origin in ambrotos , a word in the Greek language that can be translated as “divine” . The first meaning mentioned by the Royal Spanish Academy ( RAE ) in its dictionary refers to the use that is given to the term in mythology , where this is how the food substances that the gods ingest are called .

Ambrosia, in this framework, is the drink and food of the divinities . Throughout history, ambrosia was associated with the divine correlate of honey and oil , for example.

A legend tells that, originally, Ambrosía was a nymph made of wood. When he was in the middle of a confrontation between the god Dionysus and Lycurgus of Thrace , he passed away and became a vine . Then the pigeons began to carry the food of the vine (ambrosia) to Mount Olympus , where it was tasted by the gods.
There are stories that say that ambrosia conferred immortality on these gods. It is also said that their life force comes from the consumption of these foods.
The concept of ambrosia, on the other hand, is used to name a delicacy of delicate taste . You can also mention something that delights the spirit .
Ambrosía is even the name of different desserts. In the United States, a ragweed is prepared with heavy cream or sour cream, yogurt, coconut, tangerine, and pineapple. In Argentina , the recipe consists of a mixture of egg yolks , sugar and crushed almonds.
Finally, it is called ambrosia to a plant of the family group of composites with white leaves and yellowish flowers.

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