Herb walk showcases edible weeds
When Doug Schmoll walks into his 74-acre woods and grassy meadow, he doesn't curse the stinging nettles that bite his hand, the cleavers that cling like velcro to his clothing or the yellow sea of dandelions. He glows.
That's because Schmoll doesn't see weeds: he sees plants that are edible, nutritious and a source for homemade tinctures, teas and salves that benefit the body.
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