How the Formulas Grow by plzchuckle ..... Barefooters' Library
Date: 8/20/2011 9:22:11 AM ( 21 mon ago)
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Spray III has been envolving as a "All N One" spray on the adult side. As each herb shows promise, that herb ends up in the next batch of Spray III.
Spray I has been changing at a slow pace, while Spray II and III is a much broader formula with the ability to endless growth. Today I needed to blend a new batch of base tinctures for Spray II / III and in doing so, it is easy to ad or subtract an herb....but rarely do I substract an herb. The Solomons Seal and Teasel rt. didn't make it into this batch, but odds are they will when a new base blend is needed again, maybe 1 year from now....
I have noticed this:
In my area the dominent herb that is the most visible is the Teasel Marker plants....this herb by visibility has to out number most any other common herb....literally I see hundreds of thousands everytime we take a short drive. Later on the Golden Rod will bloom and surely they will out number the Teasel plants, but for now, all you notice is the 6-8 foot tall plants along most every roadway in the state.
On the other hand, Solomons Seal is a deep woods herb and in most areas already dieing from a dry summer. If Teasel roots were worth 50 cents a pound, in comparison Solomons Seal should be worth $10,000.00 per pound based on ability to obtain the 2 differant herbs.
Mullien is in its prime now, some plants shooting well over 6 feet tall covered in yellow blooms.
In a few days we will be at Ocean City, a first for me. Hopefully the weather will be nice there and then for a week over to Baltimore. Summer vacation will soon be over for the children as schools start earlier al the time....
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