Fall is the perfect time to harvest medicinal roots as most of the plants’ energies have moved from the leaves back into the roots. Dandelion and Valerian are easy to harvest, easy to dry and/or tincture, and have multiple healing uses around the homestead.
Certainly you have dandelions so why not turn them into dessert tonight? Here’s a fun recipe for the kids and the grown ups alike!
Love cookies but aren’t so fond of dandelions? Let us try to change your mind with these Paleo approved (gluten free, dairy free) dandelion cookies – so yummy!
Dandelion flowers are nutritious and delicious! High in vitamins, rich in calcium, good for the liver and urinary tract, the benefits of dandelion are many. Make a tonic tea, and then maybe a tasty syrup to use for months after the flowers are gone.
Take advantage of the useful weed dandelion for food and medicine this spring.
When taste buds on the tongue detect bitterness, a message is transmitted to the vagus nerve to report an Incorporating these bitter recipes into your diet can help the body return to a natural digestive homeostasis. By promoting better digestive processes, increasing metabolism, improving detoxification and elimination by liver, bitters are wonderful and energy giving […]