An attempt to stem the tide of genocide disguised as food and medicine.

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All the promises the beauty industry make about Aloe Vera, are understated.

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This plant is in the Eat-the-Weeds category. Available for free on a roadside near you.

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This is available through most of the growing season.

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Good fodder, also for bees. The greens can be used as spinach.

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This really is where Granma got her horrid medicine from.

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Bitter and fencing

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This family of poisonous weeds were introduced as decorative shrubs.

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Fodder for man beast bird and salad too

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This herb has fallen into disrepute, or is that new-found fame?

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The best fries ever. Ever.

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This is the Echinacea tea they sell for immune protection. It works.

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We are not talking about GMO Frankenfood here...

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Valuable bitter tea for stomach and cacexia

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The Tree of the Evil Eagle. Really, it is.

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As close to extra-terrestrial as it gets around here.

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Sugar bombs. Anti mole.

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Good fodder for many animals, including Dragons

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Eat it. With vegies.

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Eat it, boil it, preserve it. Biblical.

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Eat it. Boil until all starch comes out. Distil it.

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This is a useful tree to have around

 

 

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Huge runners and flowers and harvest and the seeds are the prize.

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Good for ladies' tea and a bitter tonic

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Good in salad, as Pesto with olive oil, tortoise food.

The list of herbs at Greenpets. Identification and Propagation or at least how to keep it alive in Gauteng.

Right or wrong, good or bad, we have to eat. Everyone has to eat, and we are what we eat. Commentary and suggestions on important nutritional news.

The art of brewing, distilling and hydration of the body with the products thereof.