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Weeds as medicine
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Mike Adams shows the plant life on an undeveloped land in Ecuador. The plants introduced in particular are Fabaceae, a nitrogen fixing tree, and Long Kui, a Chinese herb that looks like blackberry plant.

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Posted 11/2/2012 4:20:34 AM
That 'unknown' plant with the "delicate geometrically shaped seed pods" is the Cape Goosberry - quite delicious to eat once the fruit inside the delicate seed casing turns yellow. Also makes a great goosberry jam. A great plant for the garden too as kids love looking for the ripe fruit. However I don't know if it has an medicinal properties.
Mauro
Posted 11/18/2010 10:14:37 AM
The fourth herb with "pods" you dont happen to know, Seems like an Incan berry, the fruits are still green, let that Crysalis turn papery dry and youll find the yellow friut inside. About the chines herbs, please tech us more, show us more.
mwmwmwm
Posted 7/23/2010
I'm sure we'd help the earth by all doing away with most of our 'yard' space' as a nation! I was thinking this summer, folks should limit what grass area they have to what they actually need (a little for kids to run around in is nice). The remaining spaces should be grown over with native plants....something to consider if you have a yard/land.
ORGANICADVENTURESHOW
Posted 7/15/2010
This video is very insightful. I lived at a rental this year until June, and we never cut any of the grass growing there. It turned into lots of beautiful plants as well. What if everyone did that with at least part of the land they occupy. I'm sure you had that in mind already!
KenLaysPetLlama
Posted 7/6/2010
The plant/fruit round the 2:40 mark looks like the Cape Gooseberry / Chinese lantern, a breed of Physalis. If so, it typically have orange fruit when ripe. Occasionally the supermarkets sell the edible types here in the UK (very expensive, but taste great). (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cape_gooseberry). Would be interesting to know if they are these... hard to truly identify plants fully from a small video clip (and my horticultural knowledge is limited/rusty from a little bit of child hood experience 2 decades ago) I've seen the Caster oil plant grown as a houseplant. I'm guessing you've seen the same when living in the US. From what I've seen a lot of houseplants are in fact 'weeds' where you are.

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