Medicinal Herbs(uses), Spring Flowers Blooming- Plant walk #1 4-22-2012

Medicinal Herbs(uses), Spring Flowers Blooming- Plant walk #1 4-22-2012

Disclaimer: before picking any plants you are considering using medicinally ,Never acquire them near any heavy mining areas or near road ways. Plants absorb toxins easily as well as heavy metals .. Just be aware & get confirmation of the plant you are ingesting. Never take heroic amounts. Hope you enjoy .. Much Love All Latin Names
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Used as an alternative medicine for centuries, the self heal is both edible and medicinal. Used internally and externally as an antibiotic and for hard to heal wounds and diseases. Common Selfheal – Wild Medicine Herb – Prunella vulgaris

  1. electricfemaleMay 16, 2012

    I like that you like plants and flowers. Thank you for sharing. 

  2. fanufanufanMay 16, 2012

    wow – never saw a sand lily before – thanks for the lovely flower show!

  3. vyperiusMay 16, 2012

    great vid and a very nice place you live at.

  4. YouKnowItAllTrustMeMay 16, 2012

    Beauty is all around….

  5. rawgasmic8000000000May 16, 2012

    I LOVED this and I think its great that our community on youtube are sharing this kind of information with each other. I love going on my walks…as do my dogs. Love it, love it, love it

  6. westhmpsnMay 16, 2012

    Do I have your email- I like your spot- A great place for some things- do get in touch- we should talk-
    Cool new video-

  7. highbreedoMay 16, 2012

    lovely place you have SMI… sid looks to be enjoying the sunshine:)..we all have so much at our feet why havent we been shown how to use it??..the aborigines of australia have so much to teach its a shame our country use racism to keep us apart.. their own people are now losing touch with the earth too we all need to focus our attention on the disconnection we cannot allow it…peace..

  8. roseinthepinesMay 16, 2012

    Nice share, so much different growing than in my area!

  9. AnotherFineDecisionMay 16, 2012

    I’m not sure if certification is required legally (probably depends on the state) to practice on people. Probably would need a lawyer before more schoolin. I figure though that the public will want to see some credentials and certification might be an important factor in whether the business would succeed.

  10. walklikeacat1234May 16, 2012

    thank you. sid looks nice & sleek for an old doggie. everything we need to live & be healthy can be found in nature. that’s why they are working so hard to kill off our natural vegetation & force us into consuming the gm ‘frankenfood’ & fake medicine.

  11. TJCJS1200May 16, 2012

    I’ll definitely have to make a vid , the leaves still haven’t come out yet where i am . When i do i won’t be posting it on fb , lol !

  12. ichbinichbinichMay 16, 2012

    I saw some Prunellas in a local gerden center, but its a pitty… if flowers become popular someone cultivates his own variety to be able to sell them exclusively, but the garden breeds look bigger and brighter but have lost their healing power. Sad

  13. rickvanmanMay 16, 2012

    yes and yes :o)

  14. adambarker96May 16, 2012

    How much was that kona and where did you get it

  15. StoneBoneAndFireMay 16, 2012

    Is it a common herb and are we allowed to pick it legally?

  16. rickvanmanMay 16, 2012

    Still going with it – we’re currently tweaking the system we are using and are testing it on some demo accounts before we impement it into the 100 trade challenge. These things take time, but the new changes are working well, so we hope to start implementing it into the program next week.

  17. rickvanmanMay 16, 2012

    LOL! Sounds like it was one of those posh schools :o)
    0:42 was my Nephew providing some interesting sound effects LOL!

  18. DesignandrewMay 16, 2012

    Thanks for the info, hey rick whatever happened with that 100 trades on your other channel, there hasn’t been an update for ages?

  19. rickvanmanMay 16, 2012

    also known as “heal-all”. thanks for the info. Yes a decoction or infusion of this should help with a sore throat.

  20. rickvanmanMay 16, 2012

    Its a good one too – a lawn weed in the US, but also edible and highly medicinal, used for centuries on just about every continent in the world, and for just about every ailment known to man.

  21. rickvanmanMay 16, 2012

    It’s edible and medicinal, and can be used in salads, soups, stews, or boiled as a pot herb.It’s been used as an alternative medicine for centuries on just about every continent in the world, and for just about every ailment known to man. Clinical analysis shows it to have an antibacterial action, inhibiting the growth of pseudomonas, Bacillus typhi, E. coli, Mycobacterium tuberculi.
    It is showing promise in research for cancer, AIDS, diabetes, and many other maladies. :o)

  22. AridSeaMay 16, 2012

    It’s a lawn weed in the US.

  23. DesignandrewMay 16, 2012

    so what does this actually ‘heal’?

  24. rickvanmanMay 16, 2012

    thanks for the kind comments :o)

  25. rickvanmanMay 16, 2012

     I believe it’s global

  26. rickvanmanMay 16, 2012

    We are all on a journey I guess, it’s down to us where we let that journey take us :o)

  27. rickvanmanMay 17, 2012

    it really helps to grow wild plants at home because you can learn to positive ID them. Nature is absolutely amazing :o)

  28. rickvanmanMay 17, 2012

    don’t laugh, I did consider dreads :o)

  29. TK42138May 17, 2012

    Your knowledge never ceases to amaze us. Lost count of the number of times I’ve seen this plant without realising its potential. Cheers!

  30. henryblazer20May 17, 2012

    never seen this before..will see if it’s anywhere in the states.

  31. OzzyPatriotMay 17, 2012

    In all my life. I’ve met very few people who are on a journey, and growing in life.

    I’m NOT one of those.

    You are!

  32. theloathlydaddyMay 17, 2012

    Very interesting, and cool that you were able to spot it growing in the wild.  I hadn’t heard of this herb before now. Nature is amazing!

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