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herb that grows mostly in temperate regions. This plant is also called Stinging Nettle because of the tiny stinging hairs on its leaves that are like phytohypodermic needles, which can cause an irritating sting on the skin. The [[Nettle Leaf]]is a deep green and the plant can grow up to three feet tall. Nettle Root was used to make tinctures and decoctions in folk medicine, while the shoots and tops are eaten and commonly added to salads, soups,…

…Rios Cuchulainn. Meadowsweet Herb is an attractive plant in gardens because of its pleasant sweet almond and wintergreen aroma, its dark-green wrinkled leaves and reddish stalks that stands up to three feet high. The leaves of Meadowsweet Herb are used for medicine, while the flowers are mostly used for flavoring and as a natural sweetener for teas and other drinks. Meadowsweet Herb is one of the three revered herbs popularized by Druids. In…

…florets are edible and may be added to salads. Calendula officinalis is also used as a treatment for many different types of skin disorders and also to reduce various types of pains. The Calendula officinalis is also called ruddles, common marigold, garden marigold, Scottish marigold, and also English marigold. The use of this herb, aside from cooking and salad preparation is extensively for the herb’s antiviral properties and anti inflammatory…

…of the California poppy flower are used in cooking certain dishes like noodles, cakes, fish, and salads. It also finds use in certain cuisines like Indian, Moghlai, German and Jewish. California Poppy Flowers are also a non-addictive sleep inducer and are known to cure insomnia. It is very mild and safe for use. The California poppy flower and herb is very effective in curing nerve and muscle pain. It also helps soothe spasmodic cough and is a…

…The Native Americans would boil the herb in water and make a liquid to drink when they needed help with an upset stomach, heartburn, kidney issues or skin problems. Today many recognize the plant to be rich in vitamins and minerals. The plant may be picked and eaten before the flowers bloom. It can be cooked or eaten as a salad. When you try this do not be turned off by the bitter flavor of the salad. Many times it will include a vinaigrette…

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