Beautiful bountiful boneset

BonesetBack in April, the boneset (Eupatorium perfoliatum) patch looked really lush.  Recently, the boneset has been putting up flower heads:

BonesetToday, after checking in with the deva of the boneset, I began harvesting some of the lower leaves before they became bug-eaten and browned.  I used the leaves to make a fresh tincture.  (I gratefully used last year’s boneset tincture this past winter to prevent any significant down-time from seasonal illnesses.)

Boneset tinctureWithin a few hours, the liquid at the top is visibly green.  So beautiful . . .

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