Black Medick: Cautions, Edible & Medicinal

By | June 30, 2017

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Black Medick known by its Latin name as Medicago lupulina. This member of the pea family is either an annual or a short lived perennial that sprawls out along the ground from a 1-1 ½’ in length. This native plant of Eurasia can be now be found throughout much of North America in Roadsides, Waste Places, Meadow, and Cultivated Beds.

A growing ecological study providing essential information about over 100 plants. Information provided includes warnings and cautions, edible parts, medical properties (with comparisons of American Indian remedies and Western herbalism), and other bushcraft uses. 

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