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    Comfrey’s reputation as a wound healer is reflected in the etymology of its name. Interestingly, #comfrey comes from the Latin conferva, which means to “grow or boil together.” Symphytum, which means “come together,” also offers insight into comfrey’s efficacy as a wound healer. We use comfrey to treat sprains, swellings, and bruises, as well as boils, abscesses and gangrenous ulcers.

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    Survival Herb Bank - Off-the-grid medicines have been used for thousands of years. Great list of herbs to grow!

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    Agrimony herb is known for treating wounds and aiding in blood clotting, treating snake bites, warts, and digestion issues. It is known as an aid in curing jaundice and liver problems. Other uses are healing skin eruptions and irritations such as pimples and hives and athlete's foot. It has also been known for soothing fevers, colds, and diarrhea. It makes a good mouthwash.

    Chicory (Cichorium intybus) You’ll find chicory growing in Europe, North America, and Australia. It’s a bushy plant with small blue, lavender, and white flowers. You can eat the entire plant. Pluck off the young leaves and eat them raw or boil them. The chicory’s roots will become tasty after boiling. And you can pop the flowers in your mouth for a quick snack.

    X - MULLEIN Tea Caution: Caution is necessary when handling the leaves because they may cause contact dermatitis ... Straining the tea through a piece of cheesecloth before consumption removes any mullein leaf hairs, which may irritate the throat.The FDA lists mullein in its Poisonous Plant Database as a fish poison because its seeds contain rotenone, a toxin to fish. The seeds are not safe for use in mullein tea.

    Bird’s Nest Fungi -- the "eggs" are spore-containing structures called peridioles. The force of falling rain will dislodge the peridioles from fruiting the bodies to eject & disperse their spores.

    Purslane is packed with nutrition: Purslane is low in calories, high in fiber, an excellent source of the essential amino acids, and vitamins A, C and E. Purslane also has one the highest known concentrations of Omega-3 fatty acid in any plant.

    Bear's Head Tooth Mushroom

    Usnea, an easy-to-identify lichen, is such an important medicinal herb to have in the medicine cabinet. It is anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-protozoan | Chestnut School of Herbs

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    Many people see Lambs Quarters as nothing more than a common weed, never realizing that a tasty and nutritious green vegetable could be enjoyed, free for the picking. The leaves and stems are edible and absolutely delicious, with a flavor that can be compared to spinach or chard with an earthy, mineral rich taste.

    Using Yarrow To Slow Bleeding From A Cut | Growing Up Herbal | A story of a wound and how yarrow helped stop its bleeding.