Botanical Name: Solidago gigantea
In the Americas, after the Boston Tea Party, the colonists, having just gotten rid of their favorite beverage, made a tea of goldenrod and called it "Liberty Tea". It was also used as a dye amongst the colonists. Other legends tell that the stem could be used by some as a divining rod, and that when it grows near a house, the occupants will be granted good fortune. Goldenrod herb is often employed in infusions and can also be used in liquid extracts. Traditionally used as a tea.
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