The Grow System
Where is a quality online resource to purchase dried ‘Forest Blend’ mushrooms?
Women of all ages can benefit from this beautiful herb. It is good for pains, spotty bleeding, end of pregnancy, postpartum & menopause. It is also good to use for a prolapsed uterus. So many women silently struggle hopelessly with this last problem and so many get taken in by the medical establishment & so called…
Right now I have a lot of very nice chickweed. I use it in salads, but it's a little "stemmy" to use as the sole green in a salad. Does anyone have anything else they do with chickweed? I have a recipe for a chickweed salad dressing somewhere, but i can't lay my hands on it right now. I am also planning to make a simple…
I live in the middle of the United States, where most land has been cultivated almost to death. The small wild spaces that we have are usually being preserved by some entity or other and foraging is not allowed. So I mostly forage in my back yard! I've been very surprised at the number of wild plants I've found there -…
I am considering using fresh spruce needles in some medicinal blends. Then started to wonder what the medicinal properties are like in the dead winter here in our far north climate. Maybe someone has some experience in this field? Admin edit: Discussion title edited to include further discussion of medicinal poplar buds
My husband & I were talking about growing our own food and how it was in the old days...you know, when people were moving across North America to settle. I am focusing on the prairie areas far from ocean water. We also talked about the First Nations populations and what they may have done (and may or may not know today).…
Does anyone know of a supplier for this 'Horsetail'? Apparently it is amazing and I need to grow it but I can't find a supplier. I know our network has some from time to time and I will be watching for that as well. All help appreciated.
I am still learning that most of the “weeds” growing in my yard are edible and or medicinal! I want to know what if your favorite medicinal plant you like to harvest from your yard and why? So far my favorite is calendula, which I planted, to make calendula oils and salves with. I have prickly lettuce growing all over,…
Well, I was looking for information on Chyavanprash. It is a very complex and interesting mix of powerful herbs. Then, I happened across Gulkand (Rose Petal Jam). It makes sense to do these over our regular jam types. Jams with extra benefits. 😁 I have a question, though. Is Amla or Indian gooseberry the same as our…