Snacktime in the woods • Red Clover Flowers • part of the legume family, they can be eaten alone, tossed into salads, cooked in with your favorite dishes or made into tea. These little blossoms are packed with vitamins A, B, and C, are high in fiber, magnesium and protein. Traditionally, they have been used to treat whooping cough, bronchial/respiratory infections, and to purify the blood. The druids even believed these amazing little plants kept evil spirits away. If you're going to keep an eye out to forage for them, make sure you avoid the roadside or places that might have been sprayed by chemicals - stick to heavily wooded areas/places with little human traffic 🌿happy foraging!