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>>>>Sustainable Living PLUS Canning and Dehydrating Food<<<<

 
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I have a question. Does anyone know where I can get jewelweed? Either the extract or the plant.
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I have a question. Does anyone know where I can get jewelweed? Either the extract or the plant.
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I am not familiar with jewelweed. Have you tried one of the herbal/vitamin stores?
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I have a question. Does anyone know where I can get jewelweed? Either the extract or the plant.
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I am not familiar with jewelweed. Have you tried one of the herbal/vitamin stores?
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I need the fresh kind off a plant or the extract. I am hoping Nines pops in. All of the stores have a watered down version. It treats poison ivy, bug bites, etc. Stops itching.
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I have a question. Does anyone know where I can get jewelweed? Either the extract or the plant.
 Quoting: flavapor


I am not familiar with jewelweed. Have you tried one of the herbal/vitamin stores?
 Quoting: Southern OR


I need the fresh kind off a plant or the extract. I am hoping Nines pops in. All of the stores have a watered down version. It treats poison ivy, bug bites, etc. Stops itching.
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HAHA! Pop in is just what I'm doing Flav. Look for poison ivy. Jewelweed will be growing very nearby.
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I have a question. Does anyone know where I can get jewelweed? Either the extract or the plant.
 Quoting: flavapor


I am not familiar with jewelweed. Have you tried one of the herbal/vitamin stores?
 Quoting: Southern OR


I need the fresh kind off a plant or the extract. I am hoping Nines pops in. All of the stores have a watered down version. It treats poison ivy, bug bites, etc. Stops itching.
 Quoting: flavapor


HAHA! Pop in is just what I'm doing Flav. Look for poison ivy. Jewelweed will be growing very nearby.
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I know, but I cant find any poison ivy. Me thinks palmettos and poison ivy dont grow together and most of our "woods" are palmettos that you have to hack thru

Do you know of anywhere to get the juice of the jewelweed or an extract? Couldnt find any good ones online
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I am not familiar with jewelweed. Have you tried one of the herbal/vitamin stores?
 Quoting: Southern OR


I need the fresh kind off a plant or the extract. I am hoping Nines pops in. All of the stores have a watered down version. It treats poison ivy, bug bites, etc. Stops itching.
 Quoting: flavapor


HAHA! Pop in is just what I'm doing Flav. Look for poison ivy. Jewelweed will be growing very nearby.
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I know, but I cant find any poison ivy. Me thinks palmettos and poison ivy dont grow together and most of our "woods" are palmettos that you have to hack thru

Do you know of anywhere to get the juice of the jewelweed or an extract? Couldnt find any good ones online
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Hi Flav, thought I better log in in case my links aren't acceptable. 8)

Shame on me, because jewelweed not might grow as far as you are. It's all over the east but ends somewhere around N. Fla. It grows in woods near streams.

If you want something you're entirely sure of, it's best to make it yourself, but you're not likely going to get any juice mailed to you. The small amount of juice would cost a friggen fortune to buy. Even if you could get it, it would have to be shipped refrigerated or have some type of preservation, like alcohol.

You can make a good product from the dried herb as you probably know, but it takes time. 4 to 6 weeks is best. (started at the new moon and finished at the full moon is optimum).

The dried herb takes about half the herb that fresh uses.

If you want to do that, I've got some links for you to get the dried herb. The last etsy one looks like it might have sold, but you might want to keep the information. Anyone who wildcrafts always protects their own supply before selling, so it would be a real shock if there isn't some tucked away that you might talk a person out of, especially if they store more than needed for personal use.

[link to www.wildpantry.com]

[link to www.etsy.com]

[link to www.etsy.com]

Hope this helps. It's a bad time of year to get much that hasn't been already dried or preserved.
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Oh, guys!! You've got to listen to this!! I've been fascinated with reverse speech for years, but I never thought about animals. Listen to the link under watcher's post. All I can say is WOW!

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Oh, guys!! You've got to listen to this!! I've been fascinated with reverse speech for years, but I never thought about animals. Listen to the link under watcher's post. All I can say is WOW!

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Hi TB! It's cutting out for me. Have an appt. soon but will check it out again later and see if it does better.
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Oh, guys!! You've got to listen to this!! I've been fascinated with reverse speech for years, but I never thought about animals. Listen to the link under watcher's post. All I can say is WOW!

Thread: Reverse speech on animals
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Hi TB! It's cutting out for me. Have an appt. soon but will check it out again later and see if it does better.
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Awh..sorry, Nine's. I hope it'll work for you later. The guest has reverse recordings of a cat and a couple of dogs. It's really clear, too. The next one with the whale, I couldn't catch. Have a good day, GF!

Hi, Flav, sorry I couldn't help. I've never heard of the plant either, but I must have seen it before at home. Poison Ivy everywhere up there!LOL
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I have a question. Does anyone know where I can get jewelweed? Either the extract or the plant.
 Quoting: flavapor


I just might have some of that in my yard! Let me study the plant and check out back! I'm pretty sure I recognize it! Give me a bit!!!! If I take a picture and post could someone correctly identify it?
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HELLLOOOOOO MAMA!!!

Everything is dead and gone out there for the winter! I know I have it out there during the summer months!

Sorry Flav! Now I know to dry some out for you next year!
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HELLLOOOOOO MAMA!!!

Everything is dead and gone out there for the winter! I know I have it out there during the summer months!

Sorry Flav! Now I know to dry some out for you next year!
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You're so good, Mama. Keep some of it for yourself, cuz there's going to be poison ivy near. flwrfrnd
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Thank you Nines for the links and Mama, I will take you up on that next year! I would love if you could get me some of the seeds from a plant so I could try to grow one in a moist shady area.
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Thank you Nines for the links and Mama, I will take you up on that next year! I would love if you could get me some of the seeds from a plant so I could try to grow one in a moist shady area.
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You're welcome Flav. I was thinking. Rare, but true. LOL.

You could start seeds right now. There's not a chance of a snowball in a hot place of finding seeds here this time of year. They explode and scatter, don't stay on the plant like some.

Though it's far from being an endangered plant, the seeds from the coming spring crop in this area shouldn't be harvested until late Aug. or Sept.

Sooo, if you ordered some to start now, you'd have a head start and they wouldn't be starting out in the hottest part of the year. They aren't a fast germinator. Takes them a while. Probably has something to do with their name, Impatiens. People get impatient waiting for it.

Anyway, if you can't find seeds under Jewelweed, it's also known as touch me not, spotted touch me not, orange touch me not, and spotted jewelweed.

As long as you have the right name, Impatiens capensis, you've got the right seed. There are many Impatiens, but you want the Impatiens capensis.

Just thought I'd toss that out there for you to ponder.
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HELLLOOOOOO MAMA!!!

Everything is dead and gone out there for the winter! I know I have it out there during the summer months!

Sorry Flav! Now I know to dry some out for you next year!
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You're so good, Mama. Keep some of it for yourself, cuz there's going to be poison ivy near. flwrfrnd
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That's how I knew I must have some... we have lots of poison ivy!! LOL!
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Yes Nines, I did know that part. I know some people use the yellow but I have heard its not nearly as effective, so I am looking for the orange.

One place sells seeds for 1 dollar each, geez!

I heard if you grab the seed pod and enclose your hand around it as you pick it, the seeds explode into your hand and not all over the ground.
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HELLLOOOOOO MAMA!!!

Everything is dead and gone out there for the winter! I know I have it out there during the summer months!

Sorry Flav! Now I know to dry some out for you next year!
 Quoting: MamaHasAwakened


You're so good, Mama. Keep some of it for yourself, cuz there's going to be poison ivy near. flwrfrnd
 Quoting: Nine's


That's how I knew I must have some... we have lots of poison ivy!! LOL!
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That explains why I did not have any luck looking out here, we don't have poison ivy. We get poison oak instead. The seeds popping out reminds me of our poppy plants, you have to catch them in a bag or they just burst and you have no seeds.
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That's how I knew I must have some... we have lots of poison ivy!! LOL!
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LOL. It's not ALL ways true, but usually. It's nice when the cure grows by a problem though. 8)

Was going to answer as soon as you posted, but I got a pop up that my virus protection was turned off and I should turn it on. So I go to turn it on and it said I couldn't because it needed to be renewed.

Didn't sound right, but oh well, so I went through the renewal process, tried to activate with the numbers and they weren't valid or something. So I called customer service who said they were, and I should log in and do it. But it wouldn't let me log in. SO she said to talk to tech support. They're open 9 to 5. ARRRRRG.

So I called my son who asked what error code and I told him and he said reboot the computer. So I did and my virus protection emblem popped up and said I had 151 days left. I didn't even NEED to renew.

Was talking so nasty to this computer that pupster came cocking his head staring at the computer, wondering why I was so mad, until he started growling, ready to defend me from it. Don't think he's seen me that mad and it disturbed him. Or maybe it was because he heard words he hadn't heard before. LOL.

So, I called customer service and spent another 35 minutes. She was a nationality that was hard to understand and she said she'd cancel the order, but would I agree to......and I couldn't understand her. FInally, I told her I'm sorry, I have to have an english speaking person or have her email me the question. She emailed. Her email was no clearer than our phone conversation but I think she was asking me to agree not to use the code I got on this computer or another one. I told her as soon as my money was back in the bank, I would cheerfully never download anything that pops up and tells me I need to renew when I don't. Whew.

So that's why I didn't answer fast. Knew you'd want all that info.
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Yes Nines, I did know that part. I know some people use the yellow but I have heard its not nearly as effective, so I am looking for the orange.

One place sells seeds for 1 dollar each, geez!

I heard if you grab the seed pod and enclose your hand around it as you pick it, the seeds explode into your hand and not all over the ground.
 Quoting: flavapor


It's absurd what they're asking for them. Think it's because people are wanting them for some reason. Maybe they read the cancer research and wanted to lay some in just in case. LOL.

Ebay had some but they didn't list the botanical name and it would be real frustrating to plant and wait and have the wrong thing. Amazon had some and it was shockingly high. I forget, something like 3 seeds for 8.00? Probably wrong, but it was hideous.

Did find this though. Haven't checked shipping or other details, but it doesn't look bad from what I skimmed:

[link to www.everwilde.com]
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Thanks Nines. Thats a great price from others I have found but they dont have any now, so I guess I will keep checking for the time being
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Thanks Nines. Thats a great price from others I have found but they dont have any now, so I guess I will keep checking for the time being
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Thanks Nines. Thats a great price from others I have found but they dont have any now, so I guess I will keep checking for the time being
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Thanks Nines. Thats a great price from others I have found but they dont have any now, so I guess I will keep checking for the time being
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oops trigger happy fingers. My computer is on the way out, will be shopping for a new one in the next few days
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That link above this post looks suspicious doesn't it? Nothing said about it, and has download in it? Hmmm. Maybe TG will pop in and see if she wants to leave it or not, or maybe the person will come back and say what it is.

Anyway, Flav, sorry the other place didn't have any. You'd think it would say out of stock instead of leaving a place for you to add it to the cart. This place let me add it to the cart. Hope they aren't out. 8(
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OOPS. Not logged in. It's Nine's Flav on the seed link.
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thanks Nines.

I agree the above poster just popping in for a link??

Did I tell you, Pinky now has a girlfriend named Delilah. I dont think thats how you spell it but thats the best I can do.

She is small, just about 40 lbs, but they are cute together.

The first night he was crazy horny for her so we put her in the pen and left him out, the next morning he was in the pen too. Dont know how he did it the gate was still locked and nothing was dug up, do pigs climb chain link fencing???

Anyway, now she follows him around and when he comes over to us she stands with her hear damn near up his but and peeks out. She is afraid of us at this point but I am sure she will warm up to us.

She has big ears that are much more round than pinkys are and she is caramel and white colored. She looks more like a cow than a pig from everywhere but her snout.
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thanks Nines.

I agree the above poster just popping in for a link??

Did I tell you, Pinky now has a girlfriend named Delilah. I dont think thats how you spell it but thats the best I can do.

She is small, just about 40 lbs, but they are cute together.

The first night he was crazy horny for her so we put her in the pen and left him out, the next morning he was in the pen too. Dont know how he did it the gate was still locked and nothing was dug up, do pigs climb chain link fencing???

Anyway, now she follows him around and when he comes over to us she stands with her hear damn near up his but and peeks out. She is afraid of us at this point but I am sure she will warm up to us.

She has big ears that are much more round than pinkys are and she is caramel and white colored. She looks more like a cow than a pig from everywhere but her snout.
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Thank you for sharing! You made my day. Delilah and Pinky. That sounds so darn cute.

You must be so proud because you did a great job getting them together.

I wouldn't think a pig could climb a chain link fence, but he got there somehow and they both sound happy. Maybe Pinky believes in miracles and it manifest. LOL.

She sounds so cute in personality and pretty in appearance. It must be great fun to watch them.

About that link above about Khinsider, I googled "what is Khinsider" and at first it looked like a gen. discussion/topic site, but it's a game site of Kingdom of Hearts.

They download things there and someone asking about the site asked if they were legal and the person told them no.

The poster has been here less than a month and has 4 posts I think it was. Every post they made has that link on it.

Maybe it's harmless, and maybe this you tube isn't even true, but fwiw for anyone interested:
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Thanks Nines. I wouldnt download music anyway, but good to know.

Yes, they are cute and happy, and if you saw where she came from, she must feel like shes in a mansion! There were 4 larger than pinky pigs of aprox 250lbs and her and another small one all in a 10x10 pen! No pool, no water spicket that I could see and no hay.

Now she has a 12x20 with the pool and spicket, but she doesnt seem to know how to use the spicket and hasnt gotten in the pool yet. Pinky has tried to show her cause she is dirty, but she seems afraid of it.

We had a huge roll of hay delivered today and I had Pete make an area in the covered part of the pen into a nice little bedding area for them so they dont get cold. He put tarp on the outside of the fence, then put hay inside the fence and put some wire fencing to hold it in place, so now they have a three sided insulated area and the forth side has just the tarp on the outside of the fence, its about three feet out from the U shaped bedding area.

I think that should be fine for our winters here, they can use it or sleep out in the open part of the pen on hay or dirt.

We let them roam the pasture while he was doing the work and Delilah just followed Pinky, didnt try to dig out or anything, so I am not so worried about her getting out.

She is also loving the day old produce that my son brings home from the grocery store every few days.

We had about 9 volunteer tomatoe plants growing in the pen and now there is one left, she has been eating them. Apparently Pinky considered that too much work when we just hand him ripe tomatoes, but she ate the bush with green tomatoes on it. Pete dug up the cantaloupe bushes a few months ago and replanted them in our yard, so apparently the pig pen is the new "plant nursery", growing stuff from seeds that the pigs missed! I think I also HAD potatoes growing in there, but the bush is gone and the dirt rooted up, so I think we missed out on that.

Maybe once we open the gate she wont go in there except to eat, and she will graze like Pinky, and we will have our veggie starter patch back.

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