Teaching Videos

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Poke Salad and Blue Vervain.MP4
Poke Salad and Blue Vervain.MP4
A short video on the edible and medicinal uses for Poke Salad and Blue Vervain. This was filmed in Montgomery, Alabama. For more information: ...
Pipsissewa.mp4
Pipsissewa.mp4
An old timer which is not well known today, Pipsissewa is a wonderful kidney herb when used sparingly. Too much use can actually damage the kidneys. A good ...
Hand Drill - Primitive and Wilderness Skills Weekend
Hand Drill - Primitive and Wilderness Skills Weekend
A short Hand Drill Demo from our Wilderness and Primitive Skills Weekend. The drill is made from Horseweed and the fireboard is of Paw Paw.
Bracken Fern.mp4
Bracken Fern.mp4
Bracken Ferns have had a long history of being used in herbal medicine for a variety of conditions such as worms. They are however, too toxic for the average ...
Spurge.mp4
Spurge.mp4
All varieties of Spurge work to take off warts, moles and skin cancers by burning/eating them off as they are very caustic.
Paw Paw and Squaw Vine.mp4
Paw Paw and Squaw Vine.mp4
Can't get any more Southern than these! Paw Paw is my favorite wood for hand drill fire making and Squawvine is a wonderful "female" herb.
DeSoto Plant Walk
DeSoto Plant Walk
A somewhat long, rough cut video of a medicinal plant walk I did at DeSoto State Park this past summer. For more videos and a free subscription to The ...
Homestead Weekend Mushrooms
Homestead Weekend Mushrooms
Here is a quality video of our Homestead weekend where we gathered and cooked Chicken of the Woods and Lion's Mane mushrooms. Both are wonderful ...
Making Lion's Mane tincture,,,with Darryl Patton
Making Lion's Mane tincture,,,with Darryl Patton
Harvested some Lion's Mane and showed students how to make a simpler's tincture with it. A great fungus for neurological issues and tastes great to boot.
Amanita.mp4
Amanita.mp4
Just an amanita to steer away from. While some are edible, this muscaria variety will get you sick at the very least and can be pretty toxic.
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