lambsquarters, pigweed, young leaves eat in salads, adult leaves boil 30 min. eat, older plants had lots of seeds eat as a grain has high protein content. Link: Wise woman of Ezine by Susun Weed contains good info.
Identifies wild food which may be eaten. Wild mustard is found in the wild in many parts of the world. It blooms between February and March. You can eat all parts of the plant- seeds, flowers, and leaves.
plantain herb Plantain, a common weed, is perfect for bites and stings. Either make up a tincture with dried leaves and apple cider vinegar, or crush a few fresh leaves and slap on a bite when you're out in the yard.
Wild "Pineapple Weed" Chamomile ~ heals bonds or issues between mother and child, helps us maintain a calm awareness of ourselves and our surroundings so that we can remain free from injury and risk, promotes harmony between humans and mother earth.
May to July - Cleavers / goosegrass - Young shoots and or tip of older plants raw or boiled minutes. Serve warm with butter or olive oil, sale and pepper. The flower tops are eaten or used to make a refreshing drink.
Quote: "Dock - a perennial weed in the buckwheat family. In early spring basal leaves emerge from a stout taproot. By summer the plant has reddish & rigid stems ft tall; then flower stems show up with greenish flowers. There are 2 types of dock (curly