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Dark berries, ideally wild or foraged Berries, such as elderberries, blueberries, and blackberries, contain very high amounts of antioxidants, and also help to heal the gut.
There’s an herbal tincture called Relax, which delivers THC and herbs like motherwort, red raspberry leaf, and elderberry by the dropperful (to be dosed alone or stirred into a beverage)
Fall birds are attracted by shrubs and trees with berries, including elderberry, crabapple, holly and viburnum.
After spending the day outside rototilling the vegetable garden, mowing the grass and picking elderberries for jelly, there was no way those steaks were going to be cooked.
Among the berries discussed were mulberries, wild strawberries, blackberries, black raspberries, wineberries, blueberries, huckleberries, and elderberries.
Accompanying the duck is a small plate of your choice, spicy spinach salad, fried rice (bolstered by bits of hamachi or perhaps beef) and a rich duck broth served with udon, pickled green elderberries and — yum — soft-cooked egg.
Emily Mueller also operates the Mueller Honey Bee store, which sells honey and natural remedies made from honey and elderberries.
Related:Beer Man: Rodenbach remains go-to import for sweet-sour ales The fruit makes up 9% of the ale — 7% cherries and 2% elderberries.
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