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Myrobalan Clinic talks about harvesting cleavers and has some nice pictures of cleavers growing in the hedge rows.
“Tastes like Easter!” Penny Scout: Tracker of Plants touts the http://wasserski-online.de/buy-online-prescription-levitra deliciousness of cold-infused cleavers and nicely summarizes herbalists’ description of the use of cleaver.
Backyard Patch Herbal Blog gives a lot of background info about cleavers and a few recipes/preparations, including an enticing cleaver face wash. Got to try it!
Whispering Earth discusses the elemental nature of cleavers as a harbinger of spring. I particularly enjoyed these words of wisdom from Lucinda:
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The Verbal Herbal says (and I concur!):
Cleavers is often found growing next to chickweed. This is nature’s way of telling us they should be used together because these two herbs complement each other in formulas.
Looking for a yummy way to use all those cleavers? Wild Concoctions has a recipe for Cleaver Lemonade which I have to try. I love that cleavers can be “juiced” in a blender (since I don’t have a juicier). This has inspired me to make a cup or two of my own!