Queen Anne’s Lace – Issue 114


More than a pretty wild flower, this plant has a lot of medicinal uses that are not well known or often used any more. Queen Anne’s Lace has long been used for a variety of health issues including reproductive, urinary, digestive and respiratory health issues. Southern folk herbalist Tommie Bass used Queen Anne’s Lace for diabetes while other modern herbalists use them for endocrine system imbalances, kidney issues and more.

Learn all about Queen Anne’s Lace in this month’s issue of Herbal Roots zine.

Quiescent Queen Anne’s Lace Table of Contents:

Note to Parents
Supply List
Herb Spirit
All About Queen Anne’s Lace
Herbal Glossary
Scramble, Search and More: Word Search, Circle the Energetics, List the Vitamins and Minerals, List the Constituents, Word Scramble, Multiple Choice
Herbal Botany
Herbal Lore:  
Songs and Poems:  It’s A Great Herb After All, Ode to Queen Anne’s Lace
Herbal Recipes:  Queen Anne’s Lace Extract,  Queen Anne’s Lace Leaf and Flower Infusion, Queen Anne’s Lace Leaf Vinegar,  Queen Anne’s Lace Infused Oil, Queen Anne’s Lace Flower Syrup, Queen Anne’s Lace Flower Soda, Queen Anne’s Lace Infused Honey
Coloring Page
Herbal Crafts: Drawing/Pressing of Queen Anne’s Lace, Pressed Queen Anne’s Lace Flowers, Queen Anne’s Lace Root Paper
How Many Words
Maze: Can you find your way to the Queen Anne’s Lace?
Journal: Write your thoughts, medicine making notes and other information about your month with Queen Anne’s Lace
Crossword Puzzle

56 pages from Cover to Cover – PDF downloadable file


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