untamed fact #7 (wildcrafting)

July 1, 2013

untamed fact #7 (wildcrafting)

When wild-crafting, conscious herbalists typically only take flowers, leaves, stems, and/or roots from no more than every seventh plant they encounter during their harvest so as to preserve the plant’s ability to thrive for generations to come.


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