Your Local Apothecary

A mixture of ayurverda & herbalism~
By the way, I'm no doctor, so don't take my words as from a professional. Herbalism is just a hobby of mine and I mostly gather information from 3 books and the internet.

Dandelions
You see these little suckers everywhere. And though regarded as weeds, they’re still kind of beautiful aren’t they? (Try telling this to your H.O.A) Well argue whether they can be prized or flowers or not, but these guys are quite favorable in herbalism
Dandelions are edible! The leaves can be cooked or made into tea, used to promote healthy ciruclation. (2-3 dried tsp per cup of boiling water) But the root is considered particularly more potent, promoting good digestion (constipation, lost of appetite) and cleansing of the liver (really helps the liver cope with harsh chemicals, and can reduce blood cholesterol).
Also! If you’re ever outside and notice a cut on your skin, find a dandelion. Break its stem and use the white sap on the cut. This method has been used throughout history to heal minor cuts.

Dandelions

You see these little suckers everywhere. And though regarded as weeds, they’re still kind of beautiful aren’t they? (Try telling this to your H.O.A) Well argue whether they can be prized or flowers or not, but these guys are quite favorable in herbalism

Dandelions are edible! The leaves can be cooked or made into tea, used to promote healthy ciruclation. (2-3 dried tsp per cup of boiling water) But the root is considered particularly more potent, promoting good digestion (constipation, lost of appetite) and cleansing of the liver (really helps the liver cope with harsh chemicals, and can reduce blood cholesterol).

Also! If you’re ever outside and notice a cut on your skin, find a dandelion. Break its stem and use the white sap on the cut. This method has been used throughout history to heal minor cuts.

  • 14 April 2011
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