Foraging for Stinging Nettles
Nettles can by used for Tea, Fertilizer, Medicine & Food, learn to pick, steam, eat, drink and dry.
- 35 US dollars$35
- Lo Tahoma
Nettles grow for much of the year, but are best eaten during early Spring when they’re young and tender. Learn how to Pick, Steam, Eat, Drink and Dry Nettles. We will be outside picking Nettles for the first 1/2 hour so dress for the weather, *class will be held RAIN or SHINE; a good trail shoe or rubber boot is recommended. *PLEASE BRING A PAIR OF SCISSORS with you to class. Come back indoors and get warm by the wood stove with a cup of hot nettle tea while I steam some of the fresh Nettles we just picked, I'll serve them hot with a little butter and pepper and you can taste them for yourself. You'll learn how to make a Nettle infusion and how I dry and store Nettles for tea drinking year round. Nettle boasts large amounts of calcium, magnesium, potassium & iron, they're great for your hair, fingernails, bronchioles, prostate and urinary tract, Stinging nettle is believed to stimulate milk production and increase the supply of breast milk in breastfeeding mothers. Nettles can also be used as a beneficial compost tea in your vegetable garden. **Individuals on a blood thinner should not ingest Nettles.
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32813 Kolisch Rd E, Carbonado, WA, USA