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Often mistaken for a weed because of its rapid growth, this plant actually contains anti-inflammatory properties and is high in nutrients. It is a low growing plant that has pointed oval leaves and small white flowers often used in cooking. It was used during the 16th century as a soothing herb for inflamed skin and even had as a tea to soothe a cough.

Selection Process

If using the plant, look for bright green leaves that do not produce any sap when cut. You can add these leaves to salads, pestos, and your NutriBlasts. If buying a dried version, always go for the organic option.

Chickweed are in food groups: Herbs, Vegetables

Recipes tagged with:

  • Chickweed
  • Anti-Aging
  • Immunity
  • Inflammation
  • Hair
  • Skin
  • Vitamin C