Wild Medicinals


Oak Bark

The Oak has a long history of being a sacred tree, especially to the Druids. The bark was not only used medicinally but also to tan leather and to add flavoring to smoked fish. Oak…


Stinging Nettle

Stinging Nettle, plant of many uses. For many wild food and medicinal foragers alike, Stinging Nettle really has no equal and is one of the many native super foods. Despite this nettle is most famed…


MASSH, the tool you need to Survive

The MASSH is created out of a solid piece of 3/16 mild steel, heat treated with a Rockwell between 48-52. The tool is 22 inches long and two pounds in weight. The MASSH is a…



Growing Tobacco In Early America

Growing Tobacco In Early America Published on Apr 13, 2017 Today Justin Filipowski from George Washington’s Mount Vernon sits down with Jon to talk about the tobacco trade in early America. Mount Vernon Website ▶…


Horehound

Horehound (Marrubium vulgare L. ), commonly known as white horehound, is a European native of the Lamiaceae or mint family. Other names for this ancient remedy include hounds bane, marrubium, eye of the star, a…


For the love of Garlic

Garlic contained many vital nutrients including vitamins, amino acids, and enzymes. On top of that garlic is also delicious and very healthy, for internal and external use. Garlic contains the amino acid Allicin, that gives…


Herbs for Seasonal Cleanse

A lot of people ask about removing toxins from their bodies or a body cleanse. One of the best things you can to to help your body out is to eat foods and herbs, that…


Goldenrod

Goldenrod (the Solidago genus, Asteracea family) is a great plant to know. Distinguishing Features: Long wood like stems with spiky tooth like parts which are widely-spaced, yellow flowers that grow in thick clusters. Leaves: There…