As part of our Thanksgiving Feast, I mentioned that we break out the first bottle of dandelion wine that we made in the spring. It's been sitting in the coolness of the cellar on a dark shelf working it's wonders and mellowing into a nutty, smooth medicinal tonic that can be used throughout the year.
Caution - any medicinal references mentioned here are strictly for educational purposed based on my research, empirical evidence, experiments and herbal lore and not intended as medical advice of any kind. Herbs can be helpful allies in maintaining good health but they can be powerful medications that should be treated with respect. Used improperly, they can cause adverse reactions, interfere with pharmaceuticals, and even cause death. Hopefully anything you read here will encourage you to do your own research and speak with your health care professional before treating yourself or anyone else.
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