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Make wild winter teas with birch twigs, white spruce needles, white pine needles, and spicebush twigs! All offer health benefits, great flavor, or both. Also, try wintergreen chocolate drink for a wild treat. No need to stop foraging in winter!
Uses for Mullein - this is a wonder plant/weed and very striking, often reaching 7-8 feet in height. It's also a biennial. My husband suffers from COPD. We cultivate mullein specifically to help him.
How to Harvest and Use Edible Spruce Tips (or Pine Tips or Fir Tips) -Posted on June 23, 2008 | by Laurie Constantino
25 things to do with Rosehips. From me to you: Rosehip oil is a GREAT anti-aging oil.
How to Forage for Morel Mushrooms. This is our favorite family activity in the spring. The kids love finding these and I can't cook enough fast enough. Teaching your kids how to forage and be prepared should be a family affair, and this is one way to do it!
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