3 Delicious Ways To Add Chickweed To Your Diet

Last month I shared with you the simple directions on making chickweed salve.  Chickweed is great for external needs, such as rashes, acne, boils, itching, eczema, and more!

Internally, chickweed is rich in vitamin C and in minerals, especially magnesium, calcium, and potassium.  Chickweed is a contact healer, strengthens the bowels and stomach, dissolves plaque in blood vessels, dissolves fatty substances, is a good blood purifier, and has an anti-cancer agent.
Here are 3 simple ways to add chickweed to your diet:

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