Often referred to as filius ante patrem “son before father” because the flowers bloom and mostly die before the leaves appear, Coltsfoot has been used for thousands of years as medicine. A portrait of a Coltsfoot flower hung over a doorway signified apothecaries and pharmacies of old in many European countries.
A reputation tarnished by the discovery of pyrrolizidine alkaloids, Coltsfoot has none the less stood the time of time for a first rate herb dealing with coughs. We’ll discuss the uses and cautions of using Coltsfoot in this month’s issue.
Copious Coltsfoot’s Table of Contents:
Note to Parents
All About Coltsfoot
Scramble, Search and More: Word Search, Circle the Energetics, List the Vitamins and Minerals, Word Scramble, Multiple Choice
Songs and Poems: Coltsfoot, A Harbinger of Spring, Coltsfoot
Herbal Recipes:Extract, Flower Tea, Leaf Tea, Infused Oil, Cough Drops, Flower Infused Honey, Leaf Poultices
Herbal Crafts: Drawing/Pressing of Coltsfoot, Dyeing with Coltsfoot
How Many Words?
Maze: Can you find your way through the Coltsfoot leaf?
Journal: Write your thoughts, medicine making notes and other information about your month with Coltsfoot
*NEWLY EXPANDED* Final pages – now contains answers to the games and puzzles
52 pages from Cover to Cover. This month only, $3.99. After March 31, 2017, the price will go up to $7.99. To purchase your instant eBook download in PDF format, click here: