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The joy of foraging

The Joy of Foraging: Gary Lincoff's Illustrated Guide to Finding, Harvesting, and Enjoying a World of Wild Food, a book by Gary Lincoff

Herbology

Aromatherapy Herbs and its Uses. These herbs are perfect to hang or place in your showers, or rooms for a calming and soothing effect. These herbs can also be added to your essential bath and body oils or you can just make one for yourself!

Food Under Foot

Read a free sample or buy Guide to Wild Foods and Useful Plants by Christopher Nyerges. You can read this book with iBooks on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac.

Henbit... can be eaten raw, cooked or dried and brewed into tea. Helps with rhuematism, is a laxative, stimulant, sweat-inducer, and fever reducer.  Most people regard it as a weed, and it grows wild, probably in your back yard.

Henbit... can be eaten raw, cooked or dried and brewed into tea. Helps with rhuematism, is a laxative, stimulant, sweat-inducer, and fever reducer. Most people regard it as a weed, and it grows wild, probably in your back yard.