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Wild Carrot! (steeped full blossoms in full bloom as a diabetes drink) Consult your physician before supplementing to your routine.

BudgetFriendly Egg Ham and Spinach Sandwich

Wild Carrot Flower **in America we call it 'Queen Anne's Lace'" If you plant the top of a carrot, this is what grows. I discovered this as a young child, age Such a pretty wild thing this is ~

Red Clover, Red Clover…Bring Healing on over! - Plus a delicious tea recipe!!

Red clover (Trifolium pratense) is a well-known “weed” commonly found in fields, roadsides, and in yards from May until September. Make red clover tea!

Skunk Cabbage (was used to stimulate the removal of phlegm in asthma)

Skunk Cabbage (was used to stimulate the removal of phlegm in asthma) Native.

devils club - Native American peoples such as the Tlingit and Haida have used the plant as traditional medicine for ailments such as adult-onset diabetes, as well as rheumatoid arthritis.[4] In vitro studies showed that extracts of Devil's Club inhibit tuberculosis microbes.[5] Additionally, Devil's club has been shown to extend life expectancy and reduce leukemia burden in mice engrafted with murine C1498 acute myeloid leukemia cells.[6]

Devils club: native americans used this as a food, a medicine to treat diabetes and tumors, and to make paint.

The 3 Foragers: Foraging for Wild, Natural, Organic Food: Wild Ginger Identified

The 3 Foragers: Foraging for Wild, Natural, Organic Food: Wild Ginger Identified

Despite wild lettuce’s powerful opiate and painkilling properties, it is also well-known for a variety of other healing benefits.

Despite wild lettuce’s powerful opiate and painkilling properties, it is also well-known for a variety of other healing benefits.

Shagbark Hickory. Native Americans stored the nuts for winter use and mashed them to mix with bread, and other foods. Native Americans made cooking oil from the nuts, the oil could also be used to repel mosquiotes. The sap can be turned into syrup. Medicinally, the Native Americans would steam fresh young shoots and inhale it to treat headaches. Decoction and poultices of the bark were used on arthritis.

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