[Total: 0 Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Spring is happening here in the Sonoran Desert and there are plenty of plants–both medicinal and food plants that are ready to be collected. While exploring some local areas for future adventure potential, I kept a look out for a few medicinal plants I wanted to collect–jojoba, brittlebush, and mormon tea. Special Reminder: Some plants are edible, some can be used for medicinal use, and some just kill you dead. Learning to PROPERLY identify plants and understand their uses is essential to not being dead. I have several books that I reference as I study and learn about plants in my area. There are also a number of sources online that can help (along with plenty that are ridiculous–so be careful). My favorite book on medicinal plants for this region that I’ve found is Charles W. Kane’s “Medicninal Plants of the American Southwest.” It’s the most detailed and comprehensive book on the subject I’ve found. It won’t help you with identification so much–you’ll need other references for that–but this book covers the medicinal use, collection methods, the chemistry, preparations methods, dosage–all that good stuff. Video Rating: / 5
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