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Wild Lettuce: The Natural Pain Killer (That Works Quickly)
Kill pain quickly and naturally - Learn how to identify wild lettuce, how to make wild lettuce extract, tincture, and tea. Step by step instructions.
Foraging and Using Birch: Bark, Leaves, & Sap
Birch trees have many edible and medicinal uses and are great to forage for! Learn how to harvest and use birch bark, leaves, and sap.
Mullein is the Herb for Respiratory Disorders
(Health Secrets Newsletter) Mullein, a plant that grows in dry barren places, has been used for centuries because of its outstanding medicinal qualities. Its healing properties are found in its roots, leaves and flowers, and
Foraging for Edible Wild Plants
Gathering food has been a human activity for thousands of years. We take it old school with this three step guide to getting into foraging.
Wild Coffee Substitute- Foraging For Cleavers * The Homesteading Hippy
Most of us can’t grow our own coffee, but we can easily find this wild coffee substitute! learn more about nature's velcro!
Foraging: Identifying and Sustainably Harvesting Ramps
Identification difficulty level: Novice Allium tricoccum, called sometimes wild leeks, spring onions, wood leeks, or ramson, but most commonly known as the ramp or Ramps, are one of the most sought after wild foods. Recently "discovered" by the gourmet world, Martha Stewart, the New York Times, the Food Network, and more have just learned what foragers and people of the Appalachian mountains have known for generations. . .that Ramps are the delicacy of the onion family! Ramps are actually…
Using Violets for Food and Medicine
Violets are a beautiful spring flower with many incredible uses. Make the most of these harvests by using violets for food and medicine.
62 Wild Edibles with Pictures | SHTFPreparedness
These wild edible plants are totally safe for consumption as long as you are certain of their identity when collecting.
How to Find, Identify and Cook Fiddleheads
Take a look around your local farmers market or health food store in early spring and you might find some strange looking, green quarter-sized, coiled vegetables known as fiddleheads. They’re named for their resemblance to the ornamental ends of fiddles and other stringed instruments. But don’t blink. Because before you can say “fiddleheads” they’re gone! What are Fiddleheads? Fiddleheads are ferns before they become ferns. They are the furled up stage of a fern when they just start to shoot…
What's Plantain?: Plantain is an herb that grows just about everywhere and it's easy to recognize. For this reason, it's a great starter for the novice herbalist. It's been used for hundreds and probably even thousands of years to treat a number of different ailments from dandruff to upper respiratory infections (source). Of course, you should always consult your physician before using any herbal/natural remedy! How Do You Recognize It?: There are a few different varieties of plantain. The…
Spring Foraging ~ 20+ Wild Spring Edibles
Foraging is a great excuse to get outside and reconnect with nature in the first days of spring. Winter foods are weighing heavy on our stomachs, and it's time for something fresh...and green. Well before