There is so much more to plants than we humans think. Discover plants for food, healing or for your craft. Acquire comprehensive knowledge about different herbs and how to use them for your purposes.
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Do you love the feeling of moss under your feet and the scent of fern? Find out here how to bring a forest in a bottle (terrarium) to your windowsill.
Are you curious about the difference between seeds and nuts? Immerse yourself in the world of plants and learn their secrets.
Discover how to make your own plant oils and enjoy healthy, sustainable oils in the kitchen, body care, and more. Which plants are suitable?
If you're looking for a source of vitamin C, sorrel is an excellent choice. Learn more about the health benefits of this powerhouse plant.
Syrup from nature - doesn't that sound tempting This guide will teach you how to obtain valuable and delicious syrup from 16 different trees.
Trees like birch, lime, or maple can be incredibly useful and provide valuable medicine. Find here 18 trees that have healing properties.
The fruits of the beech tree, beech nuts, are edible for us humans. Learn here how to collect them and what to cook with them. [including beech nut recipes]
The daisy is not only a medicinal plant, but can also be eaten entirely. Find here all the information and a plant profile.
The watercress: used to be cultivated because of its health benefits. It is among the best wild and medicinal herbs, providing you with many vitamins.
Rose hip is a plant full of vitamin C and good for the immune system. The red fruits can be processed into rose hip tea, jam, as well as purée.
Dandelion is one of the best medicinal plants known to science. Read in the guide how the power source dandelion can also help you.
The White goose foot is a widely distributed wild herb with a long history of traditional use. Learn more about the plant here.
Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria) is a pain-relieving medicinal plant that has been used for centuries. Learn more about this plant and its uses.
Chickweed is an edible and medicinal power plant that grows in most parts of the world and is widespread and easily recognizable.
This guide to winter food foraging is full of facts and fascinating traditions about emergency food that grows in the snowy months.
You need micronutrients for long-term survival. In this guide, you will understand how important it is to intake enough micronutrients.
There are many medicinal herbs that can be grown in your garden. Learn in this guide which ones they are and how they help you stay healthy.
The garlic mustard is a great herb to eat, including the fact that it is a medicinal herb and can help with many complaints.
Learn how easy it is to identify the eleven most common edible wild herbs in spring and what you can do with them. These wild herbs bring power.
Do you also wonder if you could really eat grass to survive? After all, many animals eat grass every day and are well-nourished. Is that really true?
Using pictures and memory aids, this guide teaches you how to quickly distinguish Field maple, Mountain maple, and Sycamore maple based on their leaves.
Tree leaves are found worldwide, but not known as a food source for ourselves. However, there are tree leaves that we can eat and are healthy.
To benefit from the power of herbs, I present to you my six favorite herbs for salads, healing teas, and snacks in autumn.
Lichens are true survivors, and we humans can benefit from them as remedies or even as food in a survival situation.
The Chaga, also known as Inonotus obliquus, can support you outdoors in the wilderness. Not only as tea, but also as tinder for making fire.
Trees can be found almost everywhere. And every tree has a bark. Is bark suitable as food? Read the article now and find out if you can eat bark.
You are unsure which plants you can eat in an emergency? Then let's learn together, and I'll show you how you won't starve in the woods.
Learn all the facts about the versatile power plant nettle and how to use it in the wilderness as food, for ropes, and as a medicinal and strengthening agent
Do you already know the great birch polypore? Anti-inflammatory, hemostatic, against gastrointestinal complaints, etc. The application is fantastically versatile.
Trees are your lifesavers in survival situations It is advisable to take a close look at some trees to make tea, glue, tinder, or salad.
Get to know 5 popular conifers quickly and easily. I'll show you how to identify the conifers just by using their needles.
The Tinder fungus is a tree fungus that mainly grows on dead birch and beech trees. It has versatile uses, such as tinder.
The tree with the white bark: the birch. Birchbark is versatile and usable. You will learn more about this in the article.