Aug 07 2010


Published by at 7:58 pm under Expeditions and Experiences

Been processing nettle stalks today. What I do is that I pound them gently, split the stalk and pull the bark off the woody core. After that the bark sheets are left to dry and further processing is done then.

The lichen antibiotics seems to be helping, the swollen area has been reduced considerably. But I am also using hydrogenperoxide and a paste directly on the wound. So it’s a bit difficult to separate each effect.


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