And what is out of the ground by now in the forest? If you look around you will certainly see some little yellow flowers that are often mistaken for dandelions. They are called Coldsfoot and are in sunflower family. You can simply eat them right there, in the forest or can collect them and put into your salad. It is actually going to be included into the menu of our Spring Retreat on April 25th with Dr.Ted Savchenko
Coltsfoot is rich in various elements like zinc, copper, calcium, potassium, manganese, sulfur, vitamins A, B, C and P and iron. Ladies will find it very useful to treat acne and pimples, also it is very good if you are couching, as anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, wash ulcers, treat blisters and burns (just rub leaf in your palms and apply) and is very good to treat sinuses problems by diluting with water 1:1 and putting 1-2 drops into the nose.
Also, it is not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women, as well as children under 2 years old. Alcoholics have to be extremely careful with this plant too.