Healing Weeds In Your Back Yard


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Then wash off the roots and set them out to dry in the sun or dehydrate them in a dehydrator (this is the one I have) for about 6 to 12 hours.  Then you ground them into a powder and can use them in cooking or to make a tea.

Have you ever made teas or tinctures with herbs or “weeds” in your garden?

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  1. I’d like to do this this summer, and although we use fertilizer in the front yard on the grass, we don’t use anything in the vegetable/edible garden. If some dandelions show up there this summer, I’ll be picking them for salad. Tea would be a great idea, too.

  2. My grandfather used to wander our neighborhood picking dandelions to make dandelion salad.

  3. I read this about Dandelions:
    Just remember you must harvest the greens before they blossom or the greens will be bitter!!!!!

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