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Langston
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Cenla
Member since Nov 2010
6195 posts

re: Who here eats wild thistle?

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but I do take a Milk Thistle supplement that does wonders for the liver. Yeah I know, I didn't believe it either till I took it for a week.


How could you tell or what were the positive effects?


manwich
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You've wanted my
Member since Oct 2008
52480 posts

re: Who here eats wild thistle?
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Isn't that a laxative?
maybe. i didn't notice that "effect"

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What kinda buzz you after?
just lightheaded for a couple of minutes


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Huntinguy
Member since Mar 2011
501 posts

re: Who here eats wild thistle?
Thanks, its been sort of a hobby for a while now. Btw.....in a survival situation, it'd be very difficult to get enough calories just foraging on wild vegetation.

Some vitamins and minerals and fiber and SOME calories, yes, but not major calories. The high starch things like Canna Lily rhizomes, cattail rhizomes, greenbriar rhizomes aren't too tasty and are somewhat intensive to prepare.

I obviously didn't add nuts/berries/fruits like oak mast, papaw's and persimmons.


Coon
Nicholls St. Fan
La 56 Southbound
Member since Feb 2005
16191 posts

re: Who here eats wild thistle?
thistle? oh, you mean chadron.


consumptive_use
LSU Fan
Lost Springs, WY
Member since Dec 2012
75 posts

re: Who here eats wild thistle?
If anyone is seriously interested in this type of thing. Buy "Edible Plants of the Gulf South" by Dr. Charles Allen. Its a great book that is pretty much about plants found in LA. I worked for Dr. Allen one summer and it was amazing the amount of edible plants/fungi he showed us in the woods.


faxis
LSU Fan
La.
Member since Oct 2007
7773 posts

re: Who here eats wild thistle?
Fatty liver. I can feel it.

When I take the milk thistle, that goes away. I get more energy and I shite like a howitzer.


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gorillacoco
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Baton Rouge
Member since Oct 2009
3266 posts

re: Who here eats wild thistle?
damn son, solid first post.


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