This issue is all about a little known herb in the western world. Though Traditional Chinese Medicine has used it for centuries, Mulberry is not often seen on the commercial herbal scene in our part of the world.
Probably best known as food for silk worms, Mulberry has lots of goodness to offer us! This month we’ll discover the parts of Mulberry that can be used medicinally and how you can harvest and prepare your own Mulberry for use.
Mulling Over Mulberry Table of Contents:
Note to Parents
All About Mulberry
Scramble, Search and More: Word Search, Circle the Energetics, List the Vitamins and Minerals, Word Scramble
Herbal Lore: Mulberry Makes a Friend for Life
Songs and Poems: Walking to the Mulberry Tree, Mulberry Haiku
Herbal Recipes: Mulberry Leaf and Twig Extract, Harvesting and Drying Mulberry Leaves, Mulberry Leaf Tea, Mulberry Leaf Infusion, Mulberry Leaf Infused Oil, Mulberry Leaf Poultice, Mulberry Leaf Infused Honey, Mulberry Leaf Vinegar, Harvesting and Drying Mulberries, Mulberry Syrup, Mulberry Shrub, Mulberry Refrigerator Jam, Mulberry Ice Cream
Herbal Crafts: Pressing/rubbing/drawing of Mulberry, Dyeing with Mulberry, Artist Study (Vincent van Gogh’s “Mulberry Tree”), Paint a Mulberry Tree
Herbal Jokes and Puns
Maze: Can you find your way through the Mulberry leaf?
Journal: Write your thoughts, medicine making notes and other information about your month with Mulberry
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