|Canadian Wild Ginger, aka Eastern Wild Ginger, Asarum canadense. Native Americans have used this plant as a seasoning and as a medicinal herb. However, this plant does contain a substance known as Aristolochic acid which if eaten in large quantities can cause kidney damage. According to Hunter, Angler, Gardner, Cook, this substance is not water soluble so you can make tea with this ginger with no ill affects. He has a great analysis of this plant.|
|Bed of Wild Ginger. Leaves are largish, about the size of your hand.|
|Mullein, Verbascum thapsus, is a great medicinal herb for respiratory ailments.|
|Pennycress seeds! I will be back to harvest later so I can make this!|
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