Palm - Dwarf Palmetto
Scientific name: Sabal minor Abundance: plentiful What: The "heart" of the plant, fruit How: Raw, cooked Where: Shady, moist, low areas When: Buds all year, fruit late summer to mid-fall Nutritional Value: rich source of carbohydrates Other uses: Fibers/cordage Dangers: very pointy leaves Dwarf palmetto plant. Stand of Dwarf Palmettos. Dwarf palmetto flowering in July in the Houston area. Close-up view of the dwarf palmetto flowers. Still closer view of the flowers. Fruit (edible when flat…
Side Effects of the Chaga Mushroom | Livestrong.com
The chaga mushroom has been used for centuries as a folk medicine remedy in North European countries and Russia. In laboratory studies, chaga demonstrates anti-cancer activity as well as anti-inflammatory, antiviral and immune-stimulating properties, according to the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
How You Can Find And Make Remedies From Wild Plants
How You Can Find And Make Remedies From Wild Plants As the article says, Summer is a great time to gather wild plants to eat and store for winter health. To those that are homesteaders, the cultivation and
Cicely – Medicinal Uses and Benefits
Botanical Name: Myrrhis odorata. Other Common Names: Sweet chervil, great chervil, sweet cicely, smooth cicely, British myrrh, cow chervil, shepherd's needle, sweet bracken, Spansk körvel (Swedish), Süssdolde (German), perifolo (Spanish), cerfeuil d'Espagne (French). Habitat: Cicely is originally native to the mountainous areas of Central and Southern Europe but has spread far beyond its native range and has become naturalized in many places with proper climate (zones 3-7). Cicely thrives…
Well, folks we are back on Canadian soil and officially back in “canning mode”…how could we not be with the spring bounty that is ready to burst at the seams almost everywhere yo…
Wild Dandelion Quiche - They're Not Our Goats
I love, love, love foraging for wild greens from spring til fall. It makes my heart so happy to hunt for backyard edibles, then use them in delicious recipes that unknowing tasters think are delicious. It’s like fermentation or bread baking for me— I get on a foraging kick and just can’t stop! My yard …
8 Terrific Ways To Use Pine Needles Right Now
8 Ways To Use Pine Needles | Herbal Academy | Pine needles can be used for a variety of ailments, as food, for making crafts, and even in the garden. Let us teach you 8 ways to use pine needles.
Native American Herbal Remedies
Native American Herbal Remedies Asthma Skunk Cabbage. Used by the Winnebago and Dakota tribes to stimulate the removal of phlegm in asthma. The rootstock was official in the U.S. Pharmacopoeia from 1820 to 1882 when it was used in respiratory and nervous disorders and in rheumatism and dropsy. Mullein. Introduced by Europeans. The Menominees smoked the pulverized, dried root for respiratory complaints while the Forest Potawatomis, the Mohegans, and the Penobscots smoked the dried leaves to…
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Root Beer Syrup Recipe - How to Make Root Beer Syrup | Hank Shaw
How to make root beer syrup at home. Homemade root beer is easy with this syrup as a base: Just add carbonated water, seltzer or club soda.
Sicana odorifera - Frucht & Nutzpflanzen, S
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