Eat Your Weeds Free Food Vitamins & Minerals Stinging Nettle Sautee, Steamed or Boiled .. Cook to Spinach likeness for around 3 to 4 minutes depending on age of plant. The Stinging Nettle was popular as a food in many countries, and we know today that Nettle is highly nutritive, being rich in vitamins A, C, E and K, several of the B vitamins, chlorophyll, beta carotene, tannins, volatile oils, flavonoids, iron, calcium, potassium, silica, and various other minerals.
Stinging Nettles & Other Edible Plants & Weeds
Agrimony Dandelion Greens, Black Elderberry Burdock Chamomile Centaury Chicory Dog Rose Lemon Balm Mallow Oregano Thyme Primrose Purslane Watercress Water Mint Wild Garlic – BEWARE of Insecticides & Herbicides!!
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Collect Nettle Seeds & add to soups, stews, salads, yogurt, smoothies etc.
Fibres taken from Nettle Stalks are ideal for Weaving Cloth & making String & Bindings.
Roots of Nettle – significantly stimulates the immune system, while having astringent, expectorant, galactagogue, tonic, anti-inflammatory, hemostatic, and diuretic properties, and recommended for treating bone, and joint conditions, inflammation, and irritation of the urinary tract. Nutritive being Rich In Vitamin A C E K Chlorophyll Beta Carotene B Vitamins Fibres Roots Seeds Volatile Oils
Eat Weeds Free Food Alexanders Bittercress Brambles Burdock Cattails Dandelions Comfrey Goose Grass Ground Elder Fat Hen Ground Ivy Hawthorn Japanese Knotweed Lamb’s Quarters Plantain Wild Garlic Milk thistle Stinging Nettle Sea Aster Sea Purslane Sea Kale Sorrel Sweet Violet Yarrow Beware Herbicides Insecticides
Eat Weeds Food For Free Stinging Nettle Agrimony Dandelion Greens, Black Elderberry Burdock Chamomile Centaury Chicory Dog Rose Lemon Balm Mallow Oregano Thyme Primrose Purslane Watercress Water Mint Wild Garlic
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