"Ramps, A. tricoccum, (try-KOK-um) right, are also in the onion family, and very common in Appalachia. Farther north they are called “wild leeks.” Unlike onions and garlic, ramps have wide leaves but are used the same way." I"ve dug plenty of these!
Motherwort -Leonurus cardiaca: for treating sharp moods, irritability and anger (combine it with vervain). Motherwort is taken as a tincture or tea to lessen pain, such as headaches, menstrual cramps and muscle sprains and aches. It is many women’s ally in menopause for easing hot flashes and hormonally-induced irritability.
Stinging nettle definitely lives up to its name – it will sting like crazy if you brush up against it or handle the plants without wearing gloves. But this nuisance of a plant is highly nutritious and readily available in most areas, making it one of the perfect wild plants to consume When cooked or dried, nettles completely lose their stinging properties, making them perfectly safe for consumpt..