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Posted by Cold Feet (Member # 9882) on :
I live in central Mass. I garden and I am finally making use of various herbs and other healing plants. I don't have any teasel, but I may be able to get some plants.

Right now (May 31) I have plenty of Japanese knotweed. I also have some sweet wormwood. None of these plants have had ANY chemical exposures' neither have the soils.

I can provide the plants in water or even potted. Or you can dig them out yourself so you can see that they came from a happy place.

PM anytime. Happy to help.
Posted by Ann-Ohio (Member # 44364) on :
Isn't Japanese Knotweed a very invasive plant? Even if you cut it or pull it up it continues to spread widely, I believe.
Posted by Cold Feet (Member # 9882) on :
Many healing "weeds" are considered noxious or invasive. This knotweed in particular is helpful in treating Lyme. Look up the Buhner Protocol. [Smile]

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