Wood Sorrel (Oxalis) Edible parts: It's a thirst quencher and is refreshing to eat. The leaves, flowers and immature green seed pods are all edible having a mild sour flavour that resembles lemons. It can be made into tea, added to salads, used in soups/sauces and used as a seasoning.
Henbit: Even though it is part of the mint family it does not taste like mint, but more like and dandelion or other yard greens. Henbit is an anti-rhuematic, diaphoretic (sweat inducer), excitant (stimulant), febrifuge (fever reducer), laxative and stimulant. Henbit is high in iron, vitamins, and fiber. It can be eaten fresh, cooked, or made into a tea, and it is a chickens favorite grazing food.