Organic living – Lemongrass benefits / Stay Healthy!

Fresh Lemon Grass Native of Sri Lanka and India, (Cymbopogon citratus) All natural affordable home remedies using lemongrass General uses of Lemongrass relieve spasms, muscle cramps, rheumatism Cough, cold & sore throats fever reducer Anxiety Headaches High cholesterol Type 2 diabetes Colitis Digestion Rough, dry, scaly skin Acne Constipation Kidney detoxification Insomnia Relaxation & deep sleep natural and free of allergens. Strong antioxidants Description grass like plant with razor-like blades a tall tropical [...]

In the News – Woman accidentally poisons family with backyard mushrooms

Hi Everyone, Our group is very supportive of forging for wild food. It is a great way to expand your food security. However it is vital that you correctly identify plants before you eat them. This article is a perfect example of what can go wrong. Woman Accidentally Poisons Family With [...]

The Mallow – The original Marshmallow

As the famous Witch in Snow White once said "Mallow, mallow on the ground, who is fairest town to town?" Okay, she didn't quite say that, but in this report we will go through the facts and fairy-tales of the Mallow, otherwise known as Marshmallow! Wait, hold on, the little [...]

The Pine Tree

One of the most common tree across America, the Pine tree with its year round green needles have pushed their way into one of my articles. In this report, I will describe as best as I can what the pine tree looks like and what you can do with [...]

Curly Dock

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There is a plant that grows all across America (except for freezing states) called Curly Dock. This plant is not relatively curly, nor does it live near docks, but, you can eat the leaf blades, growing tips of leafy stems, and the seeds. Its green, like most plants are, [...]

Plants and Pioneers

As the pioneers ventured off into the wilderness, it became rather clear to them that knowing the difference between Hemlock and Queen Anne's Lace would be very helpful! The deeper they went into the mountains, the more they began to eat off the land, just like the Native Americans. [...]

Sugarberry/Celtis laevigata

Wouldn't it be wonderful to find a tree that is immune, or at least resistant to the parasitic plant "Witches Broom", better known as the beautiful Mistletoe. Well, there are several trees immune to the evil powers of the Mistletoe, including the Sugarberry tree. The Sugarberry is known as [...]

Winter Wild Edibles

  Now that winter is upon us, many plants are settling down or dying altogether. There are very few signs of green life, unless it belongs to a pine tree or a privet bush. So then, how do the wild animals survive, such as the birds? What sort of [...]