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Find out how to grow ginseng. Growing ginseng requires patience and care, you can also grow it at home in containers.

Find out how to grow ginseng. Growing ginseng requires patience and care, you can also grow it at home in containers.

Teasel, (Dipsacus spp.) is truly a magical root in the Caprifoliaceae family. Work with this plant goes back countless generations, as it has always been revered as a medicinal plant. There are many stories about it’s place in folklore as a powerful magic plant. Teasel as a medicinal, has a long working history in the ancient medicine traditions (TCM and Ayurveda) as a herb against inflammatory issues, pain, and conditions of stagnation , which is largely some of the main symptoms repo...

Teasel, (Dipsacus spp.) is truly a magical root in the Caprifoliaceae family. Work with this plant goes back countless generations, as it has always been revered as a medicinal plant. There are many stories about it’s place in folklore as a powerful magic plant. Teasel as a medicinal, has a long working history in the ancient medicine traditions (TCM and Ayurveda) as a herb against inflammatory issues, pain, and conditions of stagnation , which is largely some of the main symptoms repo...

Common Mallow. Primarily the roots, but the leaves and flowers are also useful Benefits: A soothing mucilaginous herb, marsh mallow can be used much like slippery elm bark for soothing any and all inflammations. Valuable for burns, sore throats, and digestive problems like diarrhea and constipation. Serve marsh mallow tea for treating sore throats, diarrhea, constipation, and bronchial inflammation. Mix it into a paste with water and apply topically to soothe irritated skin.

Common Mallow. Primarily the roots, but the leaves and flowers are also useful Benefits: A soothing mucilaginous herb, marsh mallow can be used much like slippery elm bark for soothing any and all inflammations. Valuable for burns, sore throats, and digestive problems like diarrhea and constipation. Serve marsh mallow tea for treating sore throats, diarrhea, constipation, and bronchial inflammation. Mix it into a paste with water and apply topically to soothe irritated skin.

Parsley plant properties. Scientific name, Identification. Active ingredients and content of Parsley leaves, seeds and roots. General characteristics of the Parsley plant. Medicinal properties, benefits. Uses and contraindications. Preparation and dosage. http://www.medicinalplants-pharmacognosy.com/herbs-medicinal-plants/parsley/

Parsley plant properties. Scientific name, Identification. Active ingredients and content of Parsley leaves, seeds and roots. General characteristics of the Parsley plant. Medicinal properties, benefits. Uses and contraindications. Preparation and dosage. http://www.medicinalplants-pharmacognosy.com/herbs-medicinal-plants/parsley/

Southwestern US medicinal plants (also Montana): Ligusticum porteri, known as Osha , thebear root or chuchupate (mex.) is from the parsley family with a chervil-celery-parsley flavour”. Properties: anti-viral, anti-bacterial. Use : infection of lungs and stomach. The roots may be used to make a dressing, as a warming ointment; as tea or a tincture; chewed to prevent from cold, flu, head congestion; and even burned to clear the sinuses and relieve headaches. #warming #flu-preventing

Southwestern US medicinal plants (also Montana): Ligusticum porteri, known as Osha , thebear root or chuchupate (mex.) is from the parsley family with a chervil-celery-parsley flavour”. Properties: anti-viral, anti-bacterial. Use : infection of lungs and stomach. The roots may be used to make a dressing, as a warming ointment; as tea or a tincture; chewed to prevent from cold, flu, head congestion; and even burned to clear the sinuses and relieve headaches. #warming #flu-preventing

Living Afield - Burdock Information (Arctium spp.) --site has lots of info on edible/medicinal plants

Living Afield - Burdock Information (Arctium spp.) --site has lots of info on edible/medicinal plants

5 Endangered North American Plants With Significant Medicinal Benefits  Herbs List

5 Endangered North American Plants With Significant Medicinal Benefits Herbs List

The flavones present in Chinese skullcap roots, also known as Huang-Qin, may have anti-cancer properties. The biosynthesis of the said plant follows a special pathway that does not use a hydroxyl group as its building block.

The flavones present in Chinese skullcap roots, also known as Huang-Qin, may have anti-cancer properties. The biosynthesis of the said plant follows a special pathway that does not use a hydroxyl group as its building block.

American Ginseng - Famous invigorating, rejunvenating tonic. A woods plant native to eastern North America. Harvest roots in fall of 5th or 6th year. Medicinal: Roots are a bittersweet general energy tonic. Hardiness Zones: 4-8.

American Ginseng - Famous invigorating, rejunvenating tonic. A woods plant native to eastern North America. Harvest roots in fall of 5th or 6th year. Medicinal: Roots are a bittersweet general energy tonic. Hardiness Zones: 4-8.

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