t, shady areas, and typically in pairs. It’s a very delicate plant, with thin leaves that look silver under water, a juicy stem, and shallow roots. In late summer, bright orange flowers appear and even later, each plant is covered in tiny seed pods that pop open, throwing their seeds everywhere when touched, which gives it it’s nickname – touch-me-nots. You can find it growing rampantly along creek banks and moist hillsid
Poison Oak/Ivy Salve -1/4 cup purified water -any good clay (draws out toxins) -1/4 tsp. sea salt (antiseptic and preservative) -8 drops essential oil of lavender (a preservative) -4 drops essential oil of peppermint Label and date your container. Mix together until creamy. Store in a small glass container in the refrigerator. Apply as needed to poison ivy, poison oak, poison sumac, sores or insect bites.