Wood Sorrel
Oxalis acetosella

 

Culinary: Used as a garnish to a host of fish dishes or in salad.
Health/Cosmetic:
A tonic made can cure a hangover.
Additional uses:
Its roots used by the American Indians to develop muscle growth in their horses.
Where:
Found on sites of ancient woodland, hiding in the shade under ferns & brambles.
When:
Can be collected all year round.

 

    For the foragers of this world, Wood Sorrel is one of the more elusive & exciting plants to find. Hiding in the depths of ancient forest, it is a truly beautiful plant...

 

Short film about picking Wood Sorrel - 3 MB
A short film about picking Wood Sorrel

 

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