Here are some simple uses for Wild Plants!
Violets: Add moist, cool, soothing, violets to your facial steam. Make a simple mouthwash bybrewing violets as a tea. You can also use violets in the bath for an inviting, relaxing scent.
Ferns: Do easily fatigued and aching feet keep you from hiking? On your next trip to the woods, try cutting off a few fronds and place inside your shoes or boots; they provide a quick and refreshing cushion for tired feet!
Dandelions: Keep your hair healthy while using this natural high-lighting rinse! Simply brew astrong tea of dandelion leaves and flowers. Pour over your hair and scalp after shampooing!
Eucalyptus: Uplift your spirits and repel insects at the same time naturally by hanging a few leaves inside your shower for a great start to your day, or tuck a few leaves inside flower arrangements to ward off flying pests when entertaining out-doors!
Elm Leaves: Natural rescue for dry brittle nails! Simply brew a strong tea out of the fresh leaves andsoak your nails in the solution for 5 to 10 minutes a day!