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7 Natural Remedies You Can Forage in Your Own Yard HEALTH

7 Natural Remedies You Can Forage in Your Own Yard HEALTH

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With a little know-how, you can have a pharmacopeia growing just outside your door. 7 easy medicinal plants that you may already be growing.

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Spruce tea is a delicious medicinal brew you can make even in the dead of winter

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Part of the mustard family, the flowers, young leaves and seed pods can be eaten. The seeds can be turned into a mustard substitute, too– but this ...

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So, did you see any plants you recognize from your own back yard? Which ones have you eaten before?

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This has been popular as an herbal remedy for… You guessed it– lung problems. The leaves are said to be good cooked like spinach, and I can vouch for the ...

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This is one of the most well-known edible “weeds.” As I mentioned in this post, I have used the flowers, buds, leaves and roots– both for food and medicine.

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These are just in the bud stage, but I can almost smell them already! Heavenly. Last year, I used them for elderflower champagne and elderflower soda.

This is by far the most prevalent plant in my back yard, and tends to strike fear in the heart of every gardener. This culinary plant is extremely invasive, ...

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The flowers are really nice, and are great for garnishing desserts. The tender leaves can be eaten raw or cooked. Although it has “nettle” in the name, they ...

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