Rose flowers are a lovely aromatic medicine - both the flower buds and the petals can be used as a tea to treat stress, anxiety, grief, sore gums, and heat and inflammation in the digestive tract. The leaves and flowers can be used topically as a compress to soothe inflammatory skin conditions and treat infections. Only use unsprayed plants || from the Chestnut School on Instagram
CHAMOMILE - Chamomile Flower Extract: A natural antiseptic that calms and soothes. Studies have shown that it reduces dryness, itching, redness and sensitivity in irritated and inflamed skin. Extract obtained from the flower heads. Chamomile Flower Oil: Oil made from the flowers of the plant Anthemis nobilis. It is one of the plants used to make chamomile tea. It is a fragrant skin conditioner that soothes the skin and acts as an anti-irritant. Found in: D2O Hydration Spray & Zap&Hide…
Mimosa's pink flowers and bark are medicinal, and used in Chinese medicine to treat anxiety, stress, depression and insomnia. Its traditional name translates to collective happiness bark || The Chestnut School of Herbal Medicine
4 Ways to Use Beautiful Bee Balm on the Homestead – Natural Health
The lovely Bee Balm! Learn about 4 ways to enjoy this amazing plant. From skin care and a tasty addition to recipes in the kitchen to a beneficial herbal remedy and a tasty cup of tea, there is something here for everyone to enjoy!
Clover - The flowers can be eaten raw, added to salads, boiled in soups, or dried and ground to flour. They can also be used to make fritters. Red clover is shown here, but white clover is just as good (but a little smaller, so it takes more work to collect). The leaves and stems are also edible in salads or as greens.