Edible plants in the case of a zombie apocalypse
• Edible plants in the case of a zombie apocalypse
Nowadays you have to be ready for anything. Even a zombie apocalypse. So, here are these plants will not let you starve to death in the worst case scenario for the world development:
Edible everything except the stem: flowers, leaves and even roots.
Here, it is really tasty! Really! Try these leaves!
Frankly, no plant in the world contains many vitamins, minerals and nutrients like this. So, you can have it in abundance.
This is the sour-tasting plant can not only eat, but also be used as dressings in the wound or lotions. Orpin has a healing effect, as well as rich in nutrients and useful for indigestion.
Wild onions (also called grape onions, although it is - is not)
It should be collected in the spring. The most delicious plant!
Yes, it is necessary to collect carefully, otherwise it will hurt. But heating (if we talk specifically - cooking) is detrimental to the properties of stinging plants. So there it is even possible, only cooked.
Eglantine and its fruits
This is probably the only plant, edible, even in winter. Feel free to gather it when there is snow. Delicious joke!
This wild spinach disgusting taste. However, this plant can serve as an antidote to poison ivy and sumac. Just got an antidote to the wound, and was more effective plantain leaves must first chew and then rub into the affected area.
Yes, many of the plants are edible. However, before you pop in your mouth everything, make sure you know exactly what you are going to eat. It should be fully confident in selected edible plants - do not trust the internet unconditionally. Specifically those plants, of which you have just read - exactly safe. But on the Internet you can find information about what Water Dropwort (one of its kinds explicitly called Cicuta virosa) or black cohosh Tolstonog absolutely edible. Note that 1 cohosh berries enough to kill the child, the adult lethal dose is 4-5 berries. If you are seriously considering to diversify your diet, get tested, and the book never eat those plants, which are not 100% sure.