Mallow (Malva neglecta) By the way you can eat it along with the leaves and immature seeds. From our book Foraging & Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook http://hungerandthirstforlife.blogspot.com/2010/11/wild-about-mallow-candied-sweet-potato.html
Feverfew A tea made from the whole plant is used in the treatment of arthritis, colds, fevers etc. It is said to be sedative and to regulate menses. An infusion is used to bathe swollen feet. Applied externally as a tincture, the plant is used in the treatment of bruises. Chewing 1-4 leaves a day has proven to be effective in the treatment of some migraine headaches.
Weegbree. Plantain has often been the go-to remedy for hikers plagued by mosquitoes. Because it draws toxins from the body with its astringent nature, plantain may be crushed (or chewed) and placed as a poultice directly over the site of bee stings, bug bites, acne, slivers, glass splinters, or rashes.