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Edible and Medicinal Plants

This is a group for those interested in the study, use and discussion of all those wonderful edible and medicinal plants.

Members: 17
Latest Activity: Mar 7, 2014

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Plant Identification Quiz # 1 2 Replies

Started by Alderleaf Wilderness College. Last reply by Richard Robert Taylor Feb 15, 2014.

Medicinal Plants Quiz # 1 2 Replies

Started by Filip Tkaczyk. Last reply by Richard Robert Taylor Feb 15, 2014.

How are you fighting off the cold and flu season?

Started by Georgieann Lilgreen Nov 14, 2013.

What are you eating this spring? 1 Reply

Started by ConnorOMalley. Last reply by ConnorOMalley Jun 20, 2013.

Eating biscuit root

Started by ConnorOMalley Mar 13, 2013.

Edible Pine Bark 2 Replies

Started by Donovan Gronowski. Last reply by ConnorOMalley Mar 13, 2013.

stining nettle remedy? 1 Reply

Started by Jerry Strand. Last reply by Filip Tkaczyk Apr 5, 2011.

foxglove or mullein ? 1 Reply

Started by Jerry Strand. Last reply by Filip Tkaczyk Mar 25, 2011.

Ethnobotany for Psoriasis? 4 Replies

Started by Keith. Last reply by Ian Orion Lee-McKinley Jul 19, 2010.

Edibility Relative To Soil? 5 Replies

Started by Bob S.. Last reply by Keith Mar 19, 2010.

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Comment by lyndsey on June 18, 2013 at 4:31pm
before I left Washington for the summer I was gathering some edible plants. dandelion greens are great in salads! Stinging nettle is awesome dehydrated for teas and steamed for pesto or or soups! I started seeing salmon berries but only got to eat one before I left! I'm not sure if borage is a wild plant but I ate a lot of that. last Autumn I found some wild Sherpa soral and lambs quarter. I love wild edible plants! I can't wait to learn more about them!
Comment by Jerry Strand on March 24, 2011 at 11:39am

Hey, Im just starting to get into the whole edible and medicinal plants. That being said I attended the weekend survival class with jason and phil, we looked at a plant called foxglove. We were told its a sure fire way to death if eatin and that several people mistake it for mullein. so heres my question how do i be certain at this time of year with no flowers what im looking at. thank you very much for any info .

                                                                        Jerry Strand

 

 

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