St. John's Wort drying out for future use as teas. I could have also used it fresh to make an oil infusion for sunscreen or a tincture (more potent that the teas). The flower is so beautiful, have any of you seen it before?
Comfrey (or as the ancient ones called it, "bone-knit") is being dried for herbal infusions. Comfrey has been used to heal broken bones, sprains, and tears.
Dried nettle for infusions (mostly), and also for soups or to be ground and added to gamasio
Cattails... Drying for mat making :) we ate the shoots at my herbal apprenticeship on Monday
Mat is much looser now that it dried. Next time I will dehydrate the cattail, rehydrate it, and then make the mat to see if that helps. Raspberry leaves drying here for an astringent, nourishing tea