52 Plants In The Wild You Can Eat (Before It's News) (Read: Fully Charge an iPhone in the Sun in Less Than 2 Hours) Suntactics.com April 15, 2013 We all know our vegetables and fruits are safe to eat, but what about other wild edibles? Vitamin E & the Brain Among fat-soluble vitamins, vitamin E often gets sidelined in favor of compounds with better-known functions. People automatically associate vitamin A with vision and eye health, vitamin D with calcium homeostasis and bone health, and vitamin K with proper blood clotting. When vitamin E makes a rare appearance in discussions about health and nutrition, it’s often in the context of infertility, since deficiency of this nutrient is associated with reproductive difficulties in animals and humans. But with advances in technology, scientists continue to uncover previously unknown and underappreciated roles for vitamins and minerals.
Free Wild Plant Identification eCourse You are out in the forest and looking at the glorious plant life surrounding you. Whether you are a beginner and have never identified one plant, or a Botany professor at a university, you might appreciate this refreshingly simple approach to plant identification. I remember lovingly (and sometimes screamingly) that my college classes in Systematic Botany required me to become acquainted with that local Washington Flora that we plant dorks call “Hitchcock and Cronquist”. I always felt a contradiction of rapt fascination and obsession, alternated with profound burnout, when trying to navigate this enormous dichotomous key! In addition, my observation skills as an ethnobotanist were refined , foraging for wild foods, fibers and medicine.
This is The Most Powerful Natural Antibiotic Ever – Kills Any Infections in The Body In medieval Europe people suffered from many diseases, and epidemics took many lives. This made people invent a natural remedy that will help them survive. This master cleansing tonic was the first choice of many people. Foraging Guide App. (Cheap) - Edible Wild Plants of Temperate N. America & the UK Now FREE!! Image page of the Rose profile. The Mobile Foraging Companion is a feature-laden, cross-platform guide for common wild and naturalised edible plants of temperate North America, and Britain and Northern Europe (there is a guide for each of those two areas, to suit your needs).
Acupressure Points for Relieving Allergies – HerbalShop [one_half last=”no” spacing=”no” background_color=”” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” background_position=”left top” border_size=”” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” padding=”” class=”” id=””] [/one_half] [one_half last=”yes” spacing=”yes” background_color=”” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” background_position=”left top” border_size=”0px” border_color=”” border_style=”” padding=”” class=”” id=””] There are the acupressure points for relieving allergies. Working on these points can help you get better quicker. Wild Food School - Urban Foraging Guide & eBooks Urban Foraging & Cornwall Forager Guides - FREE Foraging for food - even in a city - can be fun. But where do you start? Well the FREE WFS Urban Foraging Guide will help you get on the right tracks. Covering about 50 plants, trees and shrubs which have something to offer the urban forager, and with images of about 20 main edible species.
Peach Hibiscus Bath Salts Recipe - Bulk Apothecary Blog Beautiful, fragrant bath salts can turn a quick soak in the tub into a luxurious experience. The fragrances delight your senses while the salts melt away tension leaving you feeling relaxed and pampered. Pour a glass of wine, grab a great book and you’re ready for some serious “me” time. You’ll need: 2 cups Dead Sea Salts 1 tsp Peach Hibiscus Fragrance Oil The Fantastic Four – 4 Essential Wild Edible Plants that May Just Save Your Life Did you realize that knowing just 4 wild edible plants could one day save your life? If there were any four categories of plants that I would recommend all people to know how to use and identify it would be these: Grass, Oak, Pine, and Cattail. For the knowledgeable survivor, knowing just these four plants can make the difference between life and death if stranded in the wilds – for each one is an excellent food source which can sustain you until help arrives. Throughout this week and part of the next, I’ll be going into details on how you can prepare and eat these plants. For now though, here’s a quick overview into what they have to offer:
Health Benefits of Thyme, One of Nature's Top Antioxidant Foods The health benefits of thyme include relief from respiratory and gastrointestinal problems, improved mental acuity and protection from cancer-causing toxins. These benefits are the result of thyme's rich antioxidant content. Thyme contains a variety of important bioflavonoids and volatile oils, including thymol. Thymol is an essential oil that has very powerful antioxidant properties. Because of its unique blend of antioxidants, thyme is considered one of the top antioxidant foods around. Thyme is also a powerful antiseptic and antibacterial agent.
Survival Foods: Cattail, Conifers, Grasses & Acorns Ever wondered what kinds of survival foods you could eat if you were caught in a survival situation? When I first came to Washington state all I could see was a wall of green plants. I knew nothing about what I could and could not eat if I were to get lost in the woods. That changed quickly in Wilderness Awareness School’s Anake Outdoor School program. The curriculum taught me about how to sustain myself with the use of plants, should the need arise.
Origanum vulgare Herbal Medicine, Health Benefits, Side Effects Oregano as used as herbal medicine has its earliest beginnings even in early Egyptian times and has been traditionally used as herbal remedy for skin burns, cuts and bruises. Because of the minty flavor of oregano, it is also used as herbal remedy for sore throat, asthma, colds, coughs and flu. Antiseptic and fungicide.