Spring Skunk Cabbage
After a long and well needed vacation, I’m back in the beloved Pine Barrens. I will bore you with some vacation photos soon.
Invasive plants – Earth’s way of insisting we notice her medicines. Stephen Harrod Buhner
Standing powerful and green, luminescent in wetland forest. You find skunk cabbage while walking deep in wetland bogs and shadowed forest. For it belongs to an ancient world.
There is a silence which reigns where skunk cabbage grows. The mind quiets as it nears the plant, becoming more silent than even the stillness.
Mucus: Lysichiton americanum (western skunk cabbage), freshly dried root tincture only, Guaifenesin tablets, Nebulizer daily, Ginger juice tea,
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