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Wild edible and medicinal plant bandana for foraging by Wazoo
Bandana key to medicinal and edible properties of plants
Dandelion medicinal and edible plant detail on bandana
Foraging Bandana
Foraging Bandana
Foraging Bandana
Foraging Bandana
Wild edible and medicinal plant bandana for foraging by Wazoo
Bandana key to medicinal and edible properties of plants
Dandelion medicinal and edible plant detail on bandana
Foraging Bandana
Foraging Bandana
Foraging Bandana
Foraging Bandana

Foraging Bandana

47 reviews Regular price $11.00 Save $-11.00
1338 in stock

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A Field Reference and Foraging Tool

Foraging is an art that's all but lost in today's modern society, but it can make a huge difference in your life. A foraging tool like this bandana is meant to give a person power over their situation, leading to purpose, and the ability to self-aid and self-rescue.

The Foraging Bandana was designed in cooperation with some of the finest foraging instructors. It lists the 12 most common plants/fungus of North America, including their common and scientific names. The field uses of all 12 plants/fungus are listed using part indicator icons on each plant illustration. The bandana also includes the ”5 Steps of Identifying Edible Plants” by Samuel Thayer and ”Rules and Ethics of Foraging” by Mark "Merriwether" Vorderbruggen. 

We designed this bandana to act as a learning primer, field aid, and emergency reference. For neophytes, this bandana serves as a fun, stepping-stone educational tool. For more experienced foragers, this bandana should encourage impromptu foraging, help in sharing the passion of foraging with others, demonstrate alignment with the foraging lifestyle, and help promote awareness of continued education in this field.

We worked with experts, Mark "Merriwether" Vorderbruggen and Dr. Nicole Apelian to choose plants based on the following criteria:

  • Abundance in USA

  • Ease of Identification

  • Few or no poisonous look-alikes

  • Ability to represent on a bandana

  • Ease to process into its usable form  

Designed in cooperation with: 

Mark "Merriwether" Vorderbruggen

Ph.D. chemist by day, rogue naturalist by night/weekends. Mark has become one of the most experienced foraging experts in North America. He's the creator of www.foragingtexas.com which is probably the most useful foraging resource available... and it's FREE!

Dr. Nicole Apelian

Dr. Nicole Apelian is a scientist, mother, educator, researcher, expeditionary leader, safari guide, herbalist and traditional skills instructor. A leader in the field of transformative nature education, Nicole is excited to share her knowledge and expertise of nature connection, indigenous knowledge, natural wellness and survival skills with the world. Learn more at NicoleApelian.com

This design is by Wazoo Survival Gear LLC in cooperation with Dr. Mark “Merriwether” Vorderbruggen and Dr. Nicole Apelian.

Illustrations of Burdock, Nettle and Prickly Pear Cactus copyright: Foraging and Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook. Made and printed in the USA!

The plant representations and denoted characteristics featured on this bandana are in no way intended to be a source of proper identification, use, or processing of plants. 

Wazoo Survival Gear LLC and all other mentioned parties are not responsible for any harm resulting from the act of harvesting or attempting to forage plants.

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5.0 Based on 47 Reviews
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JO
10/17/2020
Jonathan O.
United States United States
Great product.

Quality product, and quick shipping.

JD
10/14/2020
Jill D.
United States United States
Lovely and Versatile

Carry it with me everywhere!

CW
10/05/2020
Clint W.
United States United States
Foraging bandana

This is a nice bandana. Great for identifying several native plants with notations for plant use. The all cotton bandana has many other uses such as straining dirty water as well as other normal applications where a bandana would be used. All an all great product. I would definitely refer this product to a friend!

PR
09/29/2020
Patrick R.
United States United States
Great addition to EDC

Can be used for filter water, temp control, supplemental mask, gathering and identifying edibles!

NA
09/29/2020
Nicholas A.
United States United States
A head full of knowledge

This well-made bandana is PACKED with visual and textual information, and made a great and much-loved gift for a plant lover in my life.

JN
09/25/2020
jared n.
United States United States
Just what I expected!

I took this to a foraging class this past weekend and the instructor was impressed with it and kinda jealous he didn't think of that idea! I approve

JF
09/18/2020
James F.
United States United States
Foraging Bandanna

My wife and I enjoy hunting edible and Medici able plants on our property in western North Carolina. I bought this for my wife for her birthday so we could have an easy reference when looking for new plants outside our property. Needless to say she loves it. Another great product from *****. Thanks guys.

DW
09/16/2020
David W.
United States United States
Very Pleased

First, the "negative," if that's even applicable since this is just an opinion: The plant names are in Latin. Which is fine I guess, I will adapt, but it's one more thing to hold in your head while learning to positively identify what's edible. Okay, that aside it's still a 5 star rating. The material is soft and (most importantly) the screenprinted design is soft! There's a lot of detail, a lot going on, so it could've easily been "bulletproof" thick with plastisol (that's what screenprinting ink is called). Outstanding detail. Made in the USA. Can't dislike that no matter how you care to spin it. Light weight, but still has the feel of quality. My primary reason for buying this bandanna was because the "field" book, although small-ish, does not fit in my pocket. I bought the book after reading that most childhood poisonings are from wild plants. This bandanna is easy(ier) to carry and use than the Peterson's Guide. Thank you.

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