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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Today we take a look at a beautiful deseert plant, the ocotillo(Fouquieria splendens), and discuss its ability to make a calming tea from its bright red flowers. This tea is said to help alleviate a harsh plemhy cough, as well as aching joints and sore muscles. Other medicinal prperties are discussed though cannot say for sure if they are indeed medicinal or just folklore. Junkyard Fox Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/junkyard_fox/?hl=en Cuervo Negro’s Bandcamp link: https://cuervonegro1.bandcamp.com/album/the-first-year filmed in the El Paso, Texas/Cloudcroft, New Mexico area, Chihuahuan Desert. Survival, Self-Reliance, Bushcraft, Camping, Making Fire, James Harris. Original music by Cuervo Negro. Junkyard Fox Video Rating: / 5

20 Comments

  • George Rodriguez 4 months ago

    Good for security fencing

  • George Rodriguez 4 months ago

    Looks like Texas

  • manny jimenez 4 months ago

    I live in the new Mexican desert region bro, a lot of these plants you feature on your videos are all over here and I'm so happy to learn about them. Thanks! Can you make some about roots and other medicinal plants?

  • Susie carlisle 4 months ago

    I've always wanted to live out west , I have visited several times and just love the area…I think the north west Montana area is Gods country, people who live there are so lucky

  • foraging seeker 4 months ago

    Such a beautiful plant. i visited among them many years back. Sitting with them a few weeks, seeing them in many lights, and forms and with imagination. They began to look like roots, like their foilage was through to another plane beneath our feet. hehe

  • Pit Dawg 4 months ago

    Lmfknao! Hahahahaha! It's pronounced " Ow-Co-Tea-Yo"

  • ram1brn 4 months ago

    u are in Cochise county

  • komer west 4 months ago

    Well ive had the camping bug bad for the last two months but you just pushed me over the edg.lol

  • Timothy Pham 4 months ago

    You are super cool dude luv the survival vids inspires me to actually leave my house

  • John Fuller 4 months ago

    great video with vital info, I wonder, do you run into rattlesnakes in your area very often.

  • Ayanvli Rick 4 months ago

    The plant can be made into a tea or a tincture for to help your lymphatic system to drain.
    If making the tincture use the blooms and bark of 3 short limbs.

  • Shooting With Eli 4 months ago

    Looks like pomegranate flowers

  • brokentoyland 4 months ago

    I learned from a naturopath, that ocotillo will greatly improve the circulation in your lower legs and feet. Seems like a really amazing plant 🙂

  • Anton Hermawan 4 months ago

    Goblok

  • Alyssa Wilson 4 months ago

    do you take students?

  • janice mason 4 months ago

    love your video's! I've always had an interest in survival skills in desert because well, you just never know…

  • Michael Moseley 4 months ago

    Im going to try this with dried flowers ill update with results

  • Rob Painless 4 months ago

    Very cool. Great info, thanks James!

  • JohnsBadAtGames 4 months ago

    I like your vids because I currently live in El Paso and a lot off the stuff on your videos are in my back yard.

  • Tony Walker 4 months ago

    Ah, Hopi.

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