Northern Bushcraft

Common Sweet Clover

  • young leaves gathered before flowering can be eaten raw.
  • seeds and flowers can be used as flavouring.
  • grows in disturbed sites.
  • warning: do not ingest moldy plants due to the presence of dicoumarol, which reduces the ability of blood to coagulate.
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