Teasel – Issue 105


This month we tear into that regal plant, Teasel. Teasel is often seen on the side of the freeway, sometimes growing to 6 feet in height or taller, with majestic looking crowned flower heads. Considered invasive, it is often sprayed but persists.

This issue talks about Teasel’s most common use (for Lyme) and other lesser known uses as well. Learn all about Teasel through songs, stories, poems, games and puzzles and make some cute little critters out of the dried flower heads.

Tearing into Teasel’s Table of Contents:

Note to Parents
Supply List
Herb Spirit
All About Teasel
Herbal Glossary
Scramble, Search and More: Circle the Energetics, List the Vitamins and Minerals, Word Search, Word Scramble, Multiple Choice,
Herbal Botany
Herbal Lore: The Plant That Restores What is Broken
Songs and Poems: All Thanks to Teasel, Who Am I?
Herbal Recipes: Teasel Root Extract, Teasel Leaf Wash, Teasel Leaf Poultice, Harvesting Teasel, Vinegar Sautéed Roots, Salt Roasted Roots, Venus’s Basin, Teasel Infused Oil, Teasel Salve
Coloring Page
Herbal Crafts: Drawing/Pressing of Teasel, Teasel Head Critters
How Many Words?
Maze: Can you find your way through the Teasel?
Journal: Write your thoughts, medicine making notes and other information about your month with Teasel
Crossword Puzzle
*NEWLY EXPANDED* Final pages – now contains answers to the games and puzzles

PDF digital file – 52 pages from Cover to Cover


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