Edible Wild Plants

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Taraxacum officinale – Dandelion

Wild dandelion contains iron, sodium, phosphorus, essential oil, inulin, phytosterols, proteins and many of vitamins.
Aroma: The aromatic plant, bitter taste.
Wild dandelion revitalizes the entire body:
helps with excretion of excess fluid from the body
breaks down fat in the body
helps with anemia, insomnia, swollen liver
cleaning skin
removes from the body of all toxic substances
helps in diseases of spleen, bladder, diabetes.
Application:
Leave the plant in a container with water and a little vinegar and rinse under running water. In your diet you can use dandelion as follows:
– In small quantities (because of bitterness) used in green juice with fruit
– In salads
Remember
– Due to the high content of minerals and vitamins, wild plants are very generous and always apply in small quantities at consuming – compared to conventionally grown.
– Wild edible plants in nature can be taken under the supervision of qualified person because of possible replacement with certain types of poisonous plants.

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Allium schoenoprasum – Wild chives

Wild chives contain tens of times more important minerals and vitamins compared to garlic.
Aroma: The aromatic flavor of onion.
Wild chives revitalize the entire body:
assists in the coagulation and occlusion of the coronary artery
helps regulate blood pressure
helps with lung diseases
helps with a cough, chest pain, irregular digestion, skin impurities
purifies blood
helps against hardening of blood vessels.
Application:
Leave the plant in a container with water and a little vinegar and rinse under running water. You can use it in your diet as follows:
– Young sprouts used in salads, spreads, stews, soups
– In raw sauces and raw soups.
Remember
– Due to the high content of minerals and vitamins, wild plants are very generous and you should always apply them in small quantities at consuming – compared to conventionally grown.
– Wild edible plants in nature can be taken under the supervision of qualified person because of possible replacement with certain types of poisonous plants.

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