16-100 Uses For Dandelions

There’s a lot more then 16 uses when you include info from more then one site. 16 Ways to Eat Dandelions Dandelion Roots: 1. Dandelion Root Coffee– I’m dying to try this! Although I will admit, my hubby is a bit skeptical. 2. How to Cook Fresh Dandelion Roots– Cook ‘em up and eat ‘em like carrots. […] Read more »

COMFREY A SOURCE FOR VITAMIN B-12?

Great information on Comfrey from http://woodyoubelieveit.blogspot.com/search/label/B12%20DEFICIENCY B-12 is a very difficult thing to get into our body due to its complex nature – as a metal-based amino acid. Cobalt is pretty rare and the manufacture of the amino acid requires synthesis (typically in the gut) of a living organism such as a cow or sea creature. […] Read more »

Harvesting and Using Dandelion Roots

             Fall is a good time to collect Dandelion Roots When Should I Harvest Dandelion Roots? Dandelion roots are best harvested from late fall through early spring, when the plant is dormant and has stored up energy in the root.  For medicinal use, most sources say fall harvest is best.   […] Read more »

The Multiple Benefits and Uses of Yarrow

Yarrow is a important herb to know how to use, especially in today’s world and what is going on at the present time. Learn how to identify it and use it, you won’t be sorry. Great info about yarrow from whispering earth. I finally managed to get out onto the top of the Downs last week […] Read more »

54 flowers or more you can eat

Adding flowers to your food can be a nice addition of color and flavor, but be sure to follow these tips for eating flowers safely. The culinary use of flowers dates back thousands of years to the Chinese, Greek and Romans. Many cultures use flowers in their traditional cooking — think of squash blossoms in Italian food […] Read more »

Edible Flowers Can’t wait to try some

Down Home by Margaret Boyles May 26, 2013 Credit: Margaret Boyles The world has burst into bloom. The forsythia and daffodils have faded, but azaleas, lilacs, flowering quince, cherry and apple trees (both wild and cultivated), the invasive but sweet-scented autumn olive, dandelion, lawn violets and many more have exploded with color and fragrance. For […] Read more »