Cleavers make an excellent cleansing tonic that purifies the lymphatic system and urinary tract. Cleavers help remove toxins from the blood and intestines. They also make a cooling drink when treating feverish conditions. Cleaver tea is often used as a wa
Shepherds Purse (Capsella bursa pastoris) is wild, edible and nutritious food. Identify shepherds purse via its pictures, habitat, height, flowers and leaves.
Wood sorrel - A nutritious edible weed has a lemony taste
Purple Dead Nettle: A Weed That’s Good To Eat February 2011 by Rebecca Lerner "Hurry with this one — it does not stick around and will be gone before late spring!
042615 Wild Garlic Mustard ~ Garlic mustard is an invasive weed that incidentally tastes great. So, protect the environment and eat up.
Amaranth/Pigweed is a common weed that is highly nutritious! Use the greens in soups, stir fries, or salads. eat the dried seeds raw or roasted. The seeds are very high protein and have lysine, fiber, and calcium. A single plant can produce seeds!
The plantains used as medicinal herbs are low-growing plants that you can find growing almost anywhere. In some circles plantain is regarded as a weed, but it’s actually one of the best healing herbs on the planet.
Pineapple Weed (Matricaria matricariodes) is wild, edible and nutritious food. Identify pineapple weed via its pictures, habitat, height, flowers and leaves.
Native American Herbal Medicine and Modern Herbalists
Cleavers makes an excellent facial wash as it tightens the skin. For those with the customary wrinkles and sags that come with age, this might be an herb to consider.
Galium aparine - Cleavers or Lady's Bedstraw - Edible Weed. Sort of like velcro. It sticks and pulls due to small hairs. Leaves can be cooked and the seed pods can be roasted.
Fifty-two Plants in the Wild You Can Eat
Foraging: 52 Wild Plants You Can Eat - Pigweed Edible parts: The whole plant –…
Amazing Health Benefits of Dandelions
I've made quite a few dandelion recipes. This versatile weed is delicious and nutritious from root to flower! Check out this awesome dandelion infographic, to
cluster of plantain herb in wild - Plantain Recipes
Purslane has a bit of a mild sweet-sour taste. All parts of the plant are edible but One other tip…if the “purslane” you have harvested has a milky white sap in it, throw it away. It is not purslane but something called spruge. It is poisonous.