Plantain, Good For Everything, and Usually Under Foot – The Herb Society of America Blog

By Kathleen M Hale, Western Reserve Herb Society Plantain. Let’s be clear. Not the banana. We’re talking about Lantago major,…

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5 Multi-Use Herbs for your Herbal Toolkit – Herbal Academy

The study of herbalism can seem very overwhelming because there are so many herbs out there! For simplicity and practicality,…

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Wild Cherry Bark and Sweet Cherry Stems as Medicine

Recently Michael and I witnessed the incredible scene of cherry blossom season in Japan. It is truly a remarkable sight….

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Herbal Recipes For Life In An Urban Environment

Some of the most courageous herbalists are the ones who choose to live in cities and share their skills with…

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Lemon Balm: For More Than Just Depression

The renowned 16th century English herbalist, Nicholas Culpeper, described the use of lemon balm for depression by quoting Serapio who…

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Let Us Stroll the Primrose Path of Dalliance – The Herb Society of America Blog

By Kathleen M Hale, Western Reserve Herb Society The botanical family name of the common or English primrose, Primula, comes…

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Its Traditional and Modern Use as Food and Medicine

Common Name Common Sorrel. Scientific Name Rumex acetosa. Family Polygonaceae. Botanical Description Common sorrel grows up to 10–120 cm. Its…

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Plan Your Final Roundup – The Herb Society of America Blog

By Kathleen M Hale, Western Reserve Herb Society Yipee-Ki-Yay, Mother Earthers! I am here to hold your hand and talk…

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List of Edible Magnolia Flowers

According to Thomas Elpel in his fantastic book Botany in a Day (6th edition), there are 7 genera and about…

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Campion Notebook

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