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"Homemade Lilac Syrup" Cool! I didn't even know you could eat lilacs! And it's so pretty!!

"Homemade Lilac Syrup" Cool! I didn't even know you could eat lilacs! And it's so pretty!!

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Dandelions and Delicious Dandelion Fritters

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Mullein is the Herb for Respiratory Disorders: Its healing properties are found in its roots, leaves and flowers. Mullein tea is simple to make. Just steep the leaves in hot water. For a sweeter taste, mullein  flowers can be added. You can drink the tea, hot or cold. Any excess tea can be stored in the refrigerator for future use.

Mullein is the Herb for Respiratory Disorders: Its healing properties are found in its roots, leaves and flowers. Mullein tea is simple to make. Just steep the leaves in hot water. For a sweeter taste, mullein flowers can be added. You can drink the tea, hot or cold. Any excess tea can be stored in the refrigerator for future use.

The Top 10 Super-Spices that Protect Your Body

The Top 10 Super-Spices that Protect Your Body

Fireweed - an eatable weed. Identify by its purple flower and circular veins, rather than terminating on the edges of the leaves. The flowers and seeds have a peppery taste, the leaves are best eaten young when they are tender as they get tough and bitter as they mature. It's a great source of vitamins A and C.

Edible Wild Plants: 19 Wild Plants You Can Eat to Survive in the Wild

Fireweed - an eatable weed. Identify by its purple flower and circular veins, rather than terminating on the edges of the leaves. The flowers and seeds have a peppery taste, the leaves are best eaten young when they are tender as they get tough and bitter as they mature. It's a great source of vitamins A and C.

Burdock- You can eat the leaves and the peeled stalks of the plant either raw or boiled. The leaves have a bitter taste, so boiling them twice before eating is recommended to remove the bitterness. The root of the plant can also be peeled, boiled, and eaten.

Edible Wild Plants: 19 Wild Plants You Can Eat to Survive in the Wild

Burdock- You can eat the leaves and the peeled stalks of the plant either raw or boiled. The leaves have a bitter taste, so boiling them twice before eating is recommended to remove the bitterness. The root of the plant can also be peeled, boiled, and eaten.

19 common edible plants: dandelion, clover, wood sorrel, amaranth, chickweed, etc.

Edible Wild Plants: 19 Wild Plants You Can Eat to Survive in the Wild

19 common edible plants: dandelion, clover, wood sorrel, amaranth, chickweed, etc.

yarrow, put it in your coffee grinder, quickly grind it into powder, and put the powder down into the cut. This helps to tighten the tissues (remember that astringent affect) and stop the bleeding. Wh

yarrow, put it in your coffee grinder, quickly grind it into powder, and put the powder down into the cut. This helps to tighten the tissues (remember that astringent affect) and stop the bleeding. Wh

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