Wading Through the Weeds: Backyard Foraging {Part 1}

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  1. Hi there –

    Just to let you know, red clover can in some cases cause a heavier menstrual flow. This is not necessarily a bad thing, like when cramps are caused by a congestive isssue. But for women who are prone to flooding or have fibroids, it is something to think about before using it.

    1. Absolutely! There are guidelines and contraindications with every food or plant taken as medicine and they should be researched thoroughly along with proper dosage before taking. This post shows just a quick synopsis of some of the benefits of each plant.

  2. I am just learning foraging and can’t believe how much wild food there is right in my own backyard and woods. It is great!

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