The Love of a Flower

Yarrow stops bleeding and is known worldwide for this attribute. Did all cultures throughout the world discover this by a trial and error method or what it somehow universally made known? For a fascinating read about the world of plants, read “The Lost Language of Plants,” by Stephen Harrod Buhner.

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2 Responses to The Love of a Flower

  1. Pat Cegan says:

    People here in Brazil are very knowledgeable about healing plants. On the farm where I live, everyone has a favorite cure they recommend that is part of their family medicine box. I have a common weed that I make a drink with that is just wonderful for arthritis. If you have not read the book I mentioned, you probably will love it. It also is just beautifully written…like reading poertry. Thanks for your visit and comment. Hugs, pat

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  2. reading-stars says:

    I collect old books about medicinal and healing properties of wild flowers and plants so this is a nice read for me. Also, I have a collection of flower cards (spiritual). I love them… and flowers. Nice post Pat.

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