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Grandma and I would dance and sing on the front lawn, and every Saturday night we had a “date” watching Hee Haw. I've rediscovered “medicine leaf”, and it's become a staple of my first aid kit.It turns out grandma's “weed” was actually common plantain (Plantago major).A distilled water made from the plant makes an excellent eye lotion.I infused some olive oil with plantain leaves last summer, but hadn't used the oil.Being used as a panacea (medicinal for everything) in some cultures, one American Indian name for the plant translates to “life medicine.” And recent research indicates that this name may not be far from true!The chemical analysis of Plantago Major reveals the remarkable glycoside Aucubin.Acubin has been reported in the Journal Of Toxicology as a powerful anti-toxin.
First, gather up a bunch of plantain leaves, preferably unmarked.
From Alternative Nature Online Healer: Plantain Medicinal Properties and Herbal Use Plantain is edible and medicinal, the young leaves are edible raw in salad or cooked as a pot herb, they are very rich in vitamin B1 and riboflavin.
The herb has a long history of use as an alternative medicine dating back to ancient times.
That one took a little longer (about two weeks), but it's cleared up now, too. I was at my Great Uncle's house scrubbing egg off a plate with a metal scouring pad, when “the pad” stabbed me.
I set the scrubber down and out crawls a large black wasp.