Healing Plants: Medicine of the Florida Seminole Indians

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University Press of Florida #ad - Col color photographs provide clear illustrations of many of the plants. Herbal treatments include those intended for babies, blackouts or shortness of breath, a stroke, who like to sleep all the time or can’t sleep because of worry or bad dreams, people who have pain or have been ill for a long time, for people who have had a hysterectomy, or a speeding heart, "monkey sickness, " alligator bites, who are pregnant or "on the wagon" or have lost wives or husbands.

Alice snow is both a traditional Seminole and a cultural innovator who combines old and new methods of preserving and teaching "Indian medicine. Her record of medicinal plants and remedies is her contribution toward helping the Seminoles to hold onto their past while living in the present and moving toward the future.

Healing Plants: Medicine of the Florida Seminole Indians #ad - . It is with honor that i have known and worked with Alice for many years, and have seen how her endeavor to pass her knowledge to others will continue through the generations. James E. Alice snow belongs to the very special small group of people who have this knowledge. Though the book does not reveal the tribal doctors’ secret healing songs, believed to empower the plants, it provides Seminoles with a reference handbook of plants; it also offers medical professionals, herbalists, and the general public an understanding of the world of Seminole medicine.

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Florida's Edible Wild Plants: A Guide to Collecting and Cooking

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Seaside Publishing #ad - Practical knowledge is interspersed with recipes, and Lantz shares her own anecdotes about searching for and finding new plants, as well as serving “weeds” to her curious friends. From acorns to wild sorrel, from duck potato soup to elderberry champagne, this easy-to-use guide provides general information about the most common wild edibles in Florida that are not only good for you but also delicious.

And the tips for preparing them are indispensable. Lantz offers specific advice for locating and harvesting the different edible parts of each plant, whether it’s gathering walnuts in the Panhandle or making jelly from coco plums in the Keys. Peggy lantz shares her fifty years’ experience gathering and preparing wild edibles and bringing them to her family’s table.

So instead we buy nuts someone else picked for us, berries packaged hundreds of miles away, and greens that may or may not contain contaminants. Fully illustrated with photos and drawings to help with identification, Florida’s Edible Wild Plants demystifies the process of foraging to help you discover the wonder of finding and eating wild plants that may grow right in your own backyard.

Florida's Edible Wild Plants: A Guide to Collecting and Cooking #ad - Emily ruff, florida school of holistic living “Helps you learn to appreciate the bounty that Mother Nature serves up, director, from weeds to trees. Ginny stibolt, healthful, coauthor of organic Methods for Vegetable Gardening in Florida “An easy way to enjoy the common, and tasty edible plants growing around you.

Richard wunderlin, coauthor of guide to the Vascular Plants of Florida  Living off the land is a romantic idea, but in practice it can be confusing. Peggy lantz’s new book combines decades of real-life experience with the heartfelt passion of a true plant lover.

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Florida's Incredible Wild Edibles

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Great Outdoors Publishing Company #ad - All of these plants, if we are to enjoy eating them, need identification and interpretation, which this book provides. This illustrated book has descriptions, recipes and notes for many different plants. From "dandelion dip" to "elderflower Champagne, " the authors have found the woods and fields to be a table always spread.

Florida's Incredible Wild Edibles #ad - Florida's varying habitats are blessed with a wide variety of native plant species. These have roots, leaves, fruit, flowers, stems, and seeds that provide good and interesting food for people.

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Southeast Foraging: 120 Wild and Flavorful Edibles from Angelica to Wild Plums Regional Foraging Series

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Timber Press #ad - A handy seasonal planner details which plants are available during every season. Thorough, kentucky, tennessee, maryland, louisiana, south carolina, Virginia, Mississippi, Florida, comprehensive, Georgia, North Carolina, this is a must-have for foragers in Alabama, Arkansas, and safe, and West Virginia.

Southeast Foraging: 120 Wild and Flavorful Edibles from Angelica to Wild Plums Regional Foraging Series #ad - . This is the ultimate guide, and Chris is the undisputed heavyweight champion of foraging in the South. Sean brock, author of heritage and chef of mccradys, and husk  The Southeast offers a veritable feast for foragers,  Minero, and with Chris Bennett as your trusted guide you will learn how to safely find and identify an abundance of delicious wild plants.

The plant profiles in southeast Foraging include clear, guidance on how to ethically harvest, color photographs, identification tips, and suggestions for eating and preserving.

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Surviving the Wilds of Florida:

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Collingwood Pub. #ad - Surviving the Wilds of Florida: #ad - But to safely enjoy any wilderness setting, you must know how to provide for your own well-being, as well as for that of your companions. This book can help you fend for yourself and your companions in the wilds of Florida. It can lead to greater enjoyment of your wild adventures and help bring you home safely every time.

Used book in Good Condition. Florida is a beautiful state with vast wild areas that beckon to be explored.

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Create Your Own Florida Food Forest

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - Discover the permaculture breakthrough that may one day feed the world. Picture yourself strolling through a lush and tame jungle loaded with sweet fruit, roots, medicinal herbs, vegetables, flowers and darting butterflies. Build soil, get plants for free and grow more food with less work! Learn how in this booklet by expert Florida gardener David The Good.

Create Your Own Florida Food Forest #ad - If you've been fighting with your Florida garden, you're doing it wrong! Florida wants to be covered in forest, not grass and annuals. No matter where you live in the state, you can transform a patch of grass or woods into a magical edible Eden in just a few years. Now imagine that eden is your very own florida yard - it can be if you plant a food forest! By creating an edible forest garden, you'll be working with nature instead of against her.

Used book in Good Condition.

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