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What Chickweed herb Is:

One of the most common weeds in the world, duckweed grows throughout temperate North America (and even the Arctic), although it originated in Europe. The plant is an annual, with long, tangling stems, oval leaves, and minute white flowers that open in the sun but often close on overcast or rainy days. Birds love the seeds that emerge from the flowers. When boiled, leaves from young plants supposedly taste like spring spinach. Fresh duckweed greens have long been a favorite in salads.

A common garden weed, chickweed is a vitamin and mineralrich herb. It is rich in B complex vitamins, iron, copper, calcium and zinc. It can be used externally to relieve itching, and has wound-healing and emollient properties.

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Chickweed is usually used to treat itchy skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis, boils, wounds and bruises.

 

 

 
 
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