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101 Uses For Stinging Nettles

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Stinging nettles are, for many of us, nothing more than persistent weeds with a painful sting. But apart from having an important role in the web of life, nettles are an incredibly useful plant to mankind. They have been put to myriad uses by our ancestors, and many of these are still valid today. Already stinging nettle products are growing in popularity in the field of a ...more
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Published May 23rd 2006 by Wildeye (first published May 1st 2006)
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Helene
Wonderful little book! Short, simple and full of useful information!
One starts wondering why we discarded these plants at some poit as 'just' nasty stinging weeds...
I am inspired, just a pity it is end of season now... but I believe I'm still in ti,e to collect seeds and make plant food out of them...
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