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Meeting New (and old) Plants – Midsummers’ Wonder

It’s been a few weeks since my last blog entry, and it will most likely be a few more until the cheap cialis without prescription next because I am in transit. All my herbs books and http://acusticsambient.com/lowest-priced-viagra field guides are packed away, as are my computer and cords to import photos; tinctures, dried herbs are put away, too. That leaves me to experience herbalism in the simple, joyous way of 100 mg viagra meeting plants along the road, field or woods and wondering about them. I have met a bunch of  plants for the first time recently this way, some of which I recognize from books or from seeing their cultivated varieties, others are plants that don’t grow around Duluth that I don’t get to celebrifan.com see often. Here are a few that have piqued my interest… Lobelia inflata – I am pretty sure this is the variety that grows in my area. It must be, because one tiny bit of leaf left on the tongue for barely a minuet was quite stimulating and moving for the entirety of my body, and it’s seed …