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How to Dry & Store Rose Hips for Rose Hip Tea. I remember helping grandma pick  these. She was adamant about how good they were for you :-)

How to Dry & Store Rose Hips for Rose Hip Tea. I remember helping grandma pick these. She was adamant about how good they were for you :-)

Burdock relieves dry skin, strengthens hair follicles, stimulates appetite, and cleanses the liver. Its diuretic quality promotes blood cleansing, which can be helpful after a winter of slower-paced activities. Check out this recipe for Burdock Mushroom Sauce!

Burdock relieves dry skin, strengthens hair follicles, stimulates appetite, and cleanses the liver. Its diuretic quality promotes blood cleansing, which can be helpful after a winter of slower-paced activities. Check out this recipe for Burdock Mushroom Sauce!

How to Dry & Store Rose Hips for Rose Hip Tea

How to Dry & Store Rose Hips for Rose Hip Tea

Rosa canina - rosehips are so versatile, brilliant for skin and full of vitamin C! Lovely when picked fresh, popped in a cup of boiling water for an energising drink :)

Rosa canina - rosehips are so versatile, brilliant for skin and full of vitamin C! Lovely when picked fresh, popped in a cup of boiling water for an energising drink :)

how to dry and store rose hips

how to dry and store rose hips

Hawthorn Harvest | Eat The Weeds and other things, too

Hawthorn Harvest | Eat The Weeds and other things, too

Rosehip Essential Oil - Benefits: - relief from diarrhea, menstrual cramps and nausea - corrects dark spots on the skin - cell and tissue regeneration - hydrates dry itchy skin - anti-aging

Rosehip Essential Oil - Benefits: - relief from diarrhea, menstrual cramps and nausea - corrects dark spots on the skin - cell and tissue regeneration - hydrates dry itchy skin - anti-aging

How to Grow Watercress Even if You Don't Have Your Own River by Alys Fowler, guardian.uk.com #Gardens #Watercress

Alys Fowler: watercress

How to Grow Watercress Even if You Don't Have Your Own River by Alys Fowler, guardian.uk.com #Gardens #Watercress

Rosehips: are the fruit of rose plants (which are in the same family as apples, etc.), so they are edible and were/are a good source of vitamin C when the larger varieties are not available

Rosehips: are the fruit of rose plants (which are in the same family as apples, etc.), so they are edible and were/are a good source of vitamin C when the larger varieties are not available

Pulmonaria officinalis

Pulmonaria officinalis

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