You may be most familiar with dandelions as the common weed in your lawn or as a trigger for your allergies. However, consumption of this month’s feature, Ms. June, can be traced back to traditional Native American medicine.
This month, we’re spotlighting the daddy of the medical ethnobotany world. The oldest tree in the world, this ancient plant once coexisted with dinosaurs and presently has a lifespan of over one thousand years.
Do you eat McChickens from the dollar menu quite often? Do you love ranch? Do you appreciate garlic? Boy, do I have the perfect sauce for you.
Roses – a symbol of love and affection. Let’s say you receive one (or a larger quantity) for Valentine’s Day from someone you may or may not want in your life. I know it’s beautiful flower, but what else is useful for? Let’s talk about better uses for rose petals than showing love.
Welcome to the series I like to call “Incredibly Unnecessary Yet Necessary Item of the Month.”
There is nothing sexier than medical ethnobotany. Herbs and flowers with medicinal properties, out there healing and shit. Alleviating pain? Come on. It doesn’t get any spicier than that.