Often relegated to being a condiment on savory foods and meats, Horseradish is more than a flavorful topping. Though he is native to Europe and Asia, the settlers of North America brought him over and introduced him to the Native Americans who used him for food and medicine. Medicinal use of Horseradish dates back to the Egyptians and today still makes a very powerful medicine. Having twice the vitamin C of oranges and 10 times as much cancer fighting power as Broccoli, Horseradish is definitely an herb to have in your kitchen! In this month’s issue, we’ll explore some of Horseradish’s uses and learn how to make our own from freshly grated roots.
Horseradish Table of Contents:
Note to Parents
All About Horseradish
Scramble, Search and More: Word Search, Word Scramble, How Many Words Can You Make?, Energetics, Did You Know?
Herbal Lore: How Horseradish Got His Heat
Songs and Poems: Go Dig Me Up Some Coarse Root, Horseradish Cinquain
Herbal Recipes: Freshly Grated Horseradish, Horseradish Cataplasm, Horseradish Honey, Horseradish Vinegar, Fire Cider Variation
Herbal Crafts: Herb Pressing/Drawing, Make a Horseradish Leaf Dish or Wall Hanging
Maze: Find your way through the Berry
Journal: Write your thoughts, medicine making notes and other information about your month with Horseradish
PDF digital file – 42 pages from Cover to Cover.