Plant Magazine of Botanical-online September 2017

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Properties of wild herbs salads

How to make a wild herbs salad with onions

WILD HERBS SALAD WITH ONIONS RECIPE

Ingredients

- Dandelion

- Sorrel

- Fresh yarrow leaves

- Green onions

- Tomato dressing

- Olive oil

- Salt

Wild herbs salad
Suggested way of serving a wild herbs salad

How to make it

- Clean the salad leaves and drain. Cut leaves in big pieces.

- Cut the tomato wedges and onion crescent-shaped

- Arrange the ingredients in a bowl.

- Chop leaves and add yarrow leaves.

- Season with olive oil or vinaigrette

- Serve as a starter or accompaniment.

The recipe supports all kinds of edible plants: purslane, lemon balm, fresh oregano leaves, campion, arugula, lettuce, etc.

Properties of wild herbs salads

Adding forest herbs to salads is a way to consume vitamin C, folate and beta-carotene, and contains all the properties of herbs:

- Vitamin C is an antioxidant vitamin that improves the appearance of the skin and joints because it assists in the formation of collagen. It also prevents diseases by increasing the body's defenses and has cleansing properties.

- The leafy herbs like campion, purslane and dandelion have diuretic and laxative properties due to its high content of potassium and fiber. They help eliminate toxins and cleanse the body. This makes them highly recommended for certain diets, such as gout, arthritis and rheumatism.

- Some plants such as dandelion are very bitter principles to restore proper liver function.

- The use of fresh herbs, rich in essential oils, like yarrow, are often used in herbal medicine for its soothing effects when anxiety or insomnia.

Caution should be taken into account when wild plants are harvested so that they are not contaminated by pesticides, farm animals, etc.

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