Re-evaluating lifestyles: Wild ‘green juice’

Purple Dead Nettle

I use wild greens as an alternative to wheat grass juice to begin the day’s food journey.  As the sun begins to have some heat to it this chickweed pictured above will decline.  There will be other greens to replace it  such as dandelion greens,  and Purple Dead Nettle  pictured here.  What I am observing is that the wild greens create a dark green juice than store bought grass,  celery and parsley.  It’s also yard to glass meaning it has fuller life essence.

Read more on beneficial and edible weeds  on my Nature Blog.

 


by Renee Lindstrom

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