Turmeric is another multi-purpose plant. It is highly nutritious and also has healing properties. According to the author, Turmeric can
help with the following:
Top 12 Medicinal, All-Purpose, Plants Every Prepper Should Grow
Survivorpedia highlights 12 plants that every prepper should consider growing in their garden. This invaluable list is great introduction to plants that either have natural healing properties, highly nutritious and are easily stored. Below is a summary of a few of these recommended plants.
One of the most surprising finds on the list is the dandelion. The dandelion, for most gardeners, is considered to be a weed. However, this plant is surprisingly nutritious and hardy.
The leaves, as you are aware, are edible. They offer more nutritional value than lettuce, spinach, and more popular leafy greens. As an added bonus, dandelion leaves will grow easily all year round if you don’t run the plants over with a lawn mower or try to poison them. Unlike spinach and lettuce, dandelions do not require cooler temperatures let alone any kind of temperature dependent care. 12 Plants You’ll Want In Your SHTF Garden | Survivopedia
Also, the dandelion is also known as a natural cure. . .
Dandelion root has a long and venerated history of use in Traditional Chinese (TCM) and Middle Eastern Medicine. Among other things, it can act as a diuretic and digestive aide. 12 Plants You’ll Want In Your SHTF Garden | Survivopedia
Turmeric is another multi-purpose plant. It is highly nutritious and also has healing properties. According to the author, Turmeric can help with the following:
Turmeric is often used for many health benefits. It is a documented and well known anti-inflammatory. It also has antibacterial and antifungal properties. 12 Plants You’ll Want In Your SHTF Garden | Survivopedia
The rest of the plants listed are the following:
- Chia Seeds
- Red Clover
- Broadleaf Plantain
- Sugar Beets
This an excellent article. However, most preppers don’t have the luxury to live in the country or have space for a garden that could hold big plants like zucchini or sunflowers. Therefore, I wish this list would’ve include plants that are more suitable for vertical or square space gardening. Other than that, this article is highly recommended. Read more at survivopedia.com . . .