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Lawn and Garden » Fruits & Vegetables

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  • MF2631
    MF2631
    Stinging Nettle

    Young shoots are a great source of vitamins and minerals. Use blanched in salads, in tea and boiled as a vegetable. Good source of iron.

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  • MF2616
    MF2616
    Licorice

    Licorice has demonstrated anti-inflammatory effects and is protective against gastric ulcers. It can increase water retention and cause high blood pressure.

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  • MF2605
    MF2605
    Beebalm/Monarda

    Monarda species are in the mint family and have a square stem and pleasant fragrance. Historically, all have been used medicinally.

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  • MF2628
    MF2628
    Skullcap

    This plant is of interest to herbalists as a tincture to treat nervous disorders, and contains scutellarin, a flavonoid compound with confirmed sedative and antispasmodic qualities.

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  • MF2613
    MF2613
    Dandelion

    Dandelion is considered a weed in most yards and gardens, but they are rich in minerals and vitamins, and have medicinal qualities. Some people develop skin sensitivity to the sap.

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