So, as Paul noted, I played the Wildcraft Game with Paul and Albert a while back. Then some of us played it again.
In the game, one card is for the native woodland plant called Herb Robert. I kept thinking, that must be the plant my Grandma calls "stink week" and keeps pulling with a vengeance from her garden! Finally, from looking at Arthur Lee Jacobson's article and photo, I see that Herb Robert is the stinky geranium my Grandma loathes.
But...the game says it has medicinal properties. Arthur Lee Jacobson said it's nontoxic. Anyone have info on how to collect, prepare or use stink weed---um, I mean, Herb Robert?
I just worked a client's home office where Herb Robert was growing lush and beautiful. I commented on how pretty it was and that my Grandma called it stinkweed.
My client said, "oh, we haven't gotten around to weeding there yet." When I told her it was medicinal, she asked me to send her more information. "Boy, if there's a use for it, maybe we'll leave that to grow instead of things like the heather that died over here."
Herb robert is a supreme, therapeutic herb. Although, very little information is available, on the constituents, this herb’s action is one of the most outstanding herbs that we can use regularly, as an enhancer of the immune system.
And then it goes on to explain its oxygenic (is that a word?) properties.