Chickweed

Chickweed

Stellaria media

SKU Unit Size
25511 50 g
25512 100 g
25513 200 g
25515 2 kg
25516 5 kg
  • Description

    Chickweed is an annual flowering plant that germinates in the autumn or late winter. Chickweed has a charming history. In European folklore and magic, Chickweed was used to promote fidelity, attract love and maintain relationships. Carrying a sprig of Chickweed was believed to draw the attention of one's intended suitor or ensure the loyalty of one’s companion. Chickweed is recognized by its hairy stems, oval leaves, and small, daisy-like blossoms with five ruffled petals.

  • Directions

    To make your own chickweed tea, add 1 1/2 cups (300 grams) of chickweed leaves to 3 cups (710 mL) of water and simmer over medium heat for approximately 10 minutes. Filter out the leaves and enjoy.

  • Uses

    - You can add chopped chickweed leaves to dishes like soups, egg recipes, pasta, salads or pizzas.
    - It can also be blended into dips and sauces like pesto or hummus.

SKU Unit Size
25511 50 g
25512 100 g
25513 200 g
25515 2 kg
25516 5 kg
  • Description

  • Directions

  • Uses

  • Chickweed is an annual flowering plant that germinates in the autumn or late winter. Chickweed has a charming history. In European folklore and magic, Chickweed was used to promote fidelity, attract love and maintain relationships. Carrying a sprig of Chickweed was believed to draw the attention of one's intended suitor or ensure the loyalty of one’s companion. Chickweed is recognized by its hairy stems, oval leaves, and small, daisy-like blossoms with five ruffled petals.

  • To make your own chickweed tea, add 1 1/2 cups (300 grams) of chickweed leaves to 3 cups (710 mL) of water and simmer over medium heat for approximately 10 minutes. Filter out the leaves and enjoy.

  • - You can add chopped chickweed leaves to dishes like soups, egg recipes, pasta, salads or pizzas.
    - It can also be blended into dips and sauces like pesto or hummus.