• It's getting to be that time! Before "weeding" flower beds and garden spaces, take a closer look! Most backyard "weeds" have amazing benefits. I absolutely love harvesting dandelion leaf and root and adding to salads and soups/stews. Great digestive aid!
    #foraging #wildcrafting #herbs #medicinalweeds #herbalism #spring #herbalmedicine
    It's getting to be that time! Before "weeding" flower beds and garden spaces, take a closer look! Most backyard "weeds" have amazing benefits. I absolutely love harvesting dandelion leaf and root and adding to salads and soups/stews. Great digestive aid! #foraging #wildcrafting #herbs #medicinalweeds #herbalism #spring #herbalmedicine
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  • Three reasons to let thistle grow in your garden:

    1 - They grow long roots that help break the soil allowing water to sip in and airflow.

    2 - You can eat young roots, stalks and flowers. The leaves have medicinal properties that enhances kidney, liver and pancreatic functions.

    3 - Thay aren't very liked by invading grass eaters so their presence will disuade many attackers.

    Weeds usually play an important role in any ecosystem, let's learn more about them before seeing them as something to get rid of!

    #gardening #weeds #permaculture #soil #herbalmedicine
    Three reasons to let thistle grow in your garden: 1 - They grow long roots that help break the soil allowing water to sip in and airflow. 2 - You can eat young roots, stalks and flowers. The leaves have medicinal properties that enhances kidney, liver and pancreatic functions. 3 - Thay aren't very liked by invading grass eaters so their presence will disuade many attackers. Weeds usually play an important role in any ecosystem, let's learn more about them before seeing them as something to get rid of! #gardening #weeds #permaculture #soil #herbalmedicine
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