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Gelsemium pics.

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Henriette's herbal blog: Susan Marynowski sent me these photos.

Lilac flowers.

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Henriette's herbal blog: I've always thought that lilacs are more or less toxic.

Sweetgrass.

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Henriette's herbal blog: Oooh. I found lots of sweetgrass.

Maple flowers.

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Henriette's herbal blog: Seriously, eat some maple flowers.

Sunflower.

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Henriette's herbal blog: The lovely sunflower is much underused.

Teasel.

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Henriette's herbal blog: Daydreaming about teasel roots.

Invasion.

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Henriette's herbal blog: What's a nice burdock like you doing in a place like this?

Lavender hardiness.

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Henriette's herbal blog: It's very hardy, provided you do things right.

Soapnuts.

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Henriette's herbal blog: So has anybody used these for longer than, say, a week?

Uses for Ledum palustre.

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Henriette's herbal blog: It's surprisingly versatile.

SJW: silly science.

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Henriette's herbal blog: Drop Hypericum extracts into blood serum and extrapolate from that to what it would do in whole people - and they call this science?

Coltsfoot toxicity.

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Henriette's herbal blog: "Coltsfoot" includes both Tussilago and the various species of Petasites.

Lycopus and hyperthyroid.

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Henriette's herbal blog: These rat research results on Lycopus are fascinating.

Galangal.

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Henriette's herbal blog: Woot, I found galangal roots!

Chickweed juice.

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Henriette's herbal blog. The juicer will jam up, so here's another way to get the juice.

Yew toxicity.

Cinnamon and diabetes.

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Henriette's herbal blog: Did you know that they didn't use cinnamon in the cinnamon and diabetes study?

Licorice.

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Henriette's herbal blog: What Hildegard has to say about licorice.

Mullein itches.

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Henriette's herbal blog: The aboveground parts of mullein are covered in itchy hairs.

Yarrow.

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Henriette's herbal blog: Very versatile, is yarrow.

Eschscholzia pics.

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Henriette's herbal blog: Flowers that color the desert yellow.

Elder toxicity.

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Henriette's herbal blog: They say that the various species of Sambucus are toxic. They aren't, very.

Garden sage.

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Henriette's herbal blog: It'll smell for the rest of your life ...

Climbing spinach.

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Henriette's herbal blog: It's a nice spinach plant for cold climates.

Violets.

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Henriette's herbal blog: his year's resolve: get to know violets better.

Motherwort and bugleweed.

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Henriette's herbal blog: Leonurus cardiaca will calm both you and your thyroid.

Schisandra berries.

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Henriette's herbal blog: A friend sent me some dried schisandra berries.

Karkade.

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Henriette's herbal blog: I don't know if roselle can be used like cranberry.

Chamomile.

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Henriette's herbal blog: Chamomile is for those who complain without suffering.

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