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Spring Fungi of Connecticut

The 3 Foragers: Foraging for Wild, Natural, Organic Food

One of the benefits of using medicinal weeds from your own backyard is that you know how they are grown and that they are fresh.

Medicinal Weeds

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Common Wild Foods of Spring - Foraging Guide and Recipes

Common Wild Foods of Spring - Foraging Guide and Recipes,They also subsisted on edible plants found along the way.

Foraging for Yarrow: Nature's Medicine~ Rethink your weeds.  www.growforagecookferment.com:

Foraging for Yarrow: Nature's Medicine

Foraging for Yarrow: Nature's Medicine~ Rethink your weeds. I am growing yarrow, it is a beneficial herb for the herbs I grow it with. I also see it frequently on the forest floor.

Chickweed is an easy to forage for edible and medicinal green that might even be growing in your own backyard!

Foraging for Chickweed

One of my favorites, Usnea ssp. is a lichen that is revered for its antibacterial properties and its ability to clear multiple types of infection. Since it’s classified as a lichen, it’s not technically a plant or herb, but is a half algae and half fungus organism (loosely speaking).  Look for it growing on a variety of trees, especially hardwoods and fruits.  If I … Read More

Usnea - The Antibiotic That Grows In Your Yard

One of my favorites, Usnea ssp. is a lichen that is revered for its antibacterial properties and its ability to clear multiple types of infection. Since it’s classified as a lichen, it’s not technically a plant or herb, but is a half algae and half fungus

Mullein is high in iron, magnesium, potassium, and sulfur. It is considered the herb of choice for respiratory problems and pulmonary diseases. Not only does it loosen mucus and expel it out of the body, but it also calms spasms, is a natural painkiller, and helps to reduce swelling in the glandular system.

Preparedness Herb - Mullein / good for winter sinus congestion. It loosens mucus and expels it from the body, and would be a useful herb to use along side golden rod for colds and flu.

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How To Prepare Your Family For Power Grid Failure

Wild harvesting yarrow to make infused oil for medicinal first aid salve Montana Homesteader

Medicinal Yarrow First Aid Salve

Yarrow leaves: Wild harvesting yarrow to make infused oil for medicinal first aid salve Montana Homesteader

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Homesteading Plants You Can Grind Into Edible Flour Homesteading - The Homestead Survival .Com

Homesteading Plants You Can Grind Into Edible Flour – homesteadingweb This collection of homesteading plants you can grind into edible flour brings a variety of nutrients into your family’s diet, frugally expands your food pantry contents and.

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