wildcrafting


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wildcrafting

(wīld′kraft″ing)
The collection of herbal remedies from natural sites rather than the cultivation and harvesting of the same plants on farms.

Wildcrafting

Gathering of herbs or other natural materials.
Mentioned in: Herbalism, Western
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