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1. Jewelweed is a widespread and common plant that occurs in moist, semi-shady areas throughout northern and eastern North America

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2. It often forms dense, pure stands in floodplain forests and around the forested edges of marshes and bogs. Jewelweed

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3. Be careful not to confuse Jewelweed with potentilla, since both are known as silverweed

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4. The Jewelweed is technically an annual plant, although once established it can successfully grow on its own due to its ability to self-sow

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5. Jewelweed, named in honor of the local wildflower, is a health and wellness boutique located in Wayzata, Minnesota

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6. Jewelweed is a smooth annual plant that grows to 3-5 ft or sometimes taller in the eastern part of North America from Southern Canada to the northern part of Florida

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7. USDA Distribution Map for Jewelweed It is found most often on the edge of moist woods, often near poison ivy or stinging nettle.

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8. Spotted Jewelweed is a particularly challenging case

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9. However, in the Pacific Northwest, spotted Jewelweed isn’t native but was introduced starting in about the 1950’s and has spread

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10. The Jewelweeds belong to the Balsaminaceae, a family of some 500 members, most of them native to the tropics and subtropics of Asia and Africa

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11. The steeped Jewelweed tincture also helps relieve the misery of mosquito bites and may be preserved by freezing in ice cube trays

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12. Fresh Jewelweed’s stems can be sliced open and the juice rubbed directly on the affected area

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13. Jewelweed is an annual native to eastern North America

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14. Its flowers can be yellow or orange, but what gives Jewelweed away is its succulent, light-green stems

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15. Jewelweed, a 3 to 5 feet tall plant, is native to North America

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16. There are different species of Jewelweed, and the one used for its medicinal value is the spotted Jewelweed.

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17. Jewelweed is a tall herb (0.5-2.5 meters high) with coarsely toothed leaves and clustered showy flowers

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18. Dew or rain will bead up on the leaves forming sparkling droplets which gave rise to the common name of Jewelweed.

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19. Jewelweed contains a compound called lawsone in its leaves proven to have anti-histamineand anti-inflammatory properties.

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20. Jewelweed often stands in full bloom, carrying its odd-shaped, speckly blossoms

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21. Jewelweed, or touch-me-not, has fascinated many by its beauty, usefulness, and surprises

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22. Jewelweed has beauty in the small flowers that look like pendants dangling from a graceful stem

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23. There are two varieties of Jewelweed

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24. Previously, small-flowered Jewelweed was known to occur in only one other place in Washington State, a small patch near the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle

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26. Jewelweed is a herbaceous annual that may grow 3 to 5 feet tall

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27. Jewelweed is a tropical annual that dies as soon as the frost hits it

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28. Jewelweed curates a collection of high quality, small batch products including herbal medicine, crystals, face and

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29. Jewelweed curates a collection of high quality, small batch products including herbal medicine, crystals, face and

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30. Jewelweed is a remarkable piece of storytelling, soul-felt and deeply moving.” —Mark LaFramboise, Politics & Prose Bookstore “David Rhodes takes seemingly mundane events, and makes them magic

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31. Jewelweed, Impatiens capensis, is a common native plant found in moist places

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32. Jewelweed, Impatiens capensis, is an annual plant in the balsam family (Balsaminaceae) native to northern and eastern North America that also goes by other common names including orange balsam, orange Jewelweed, spotted Jewelweed, and spotted touch-me-not.The species name capensis, meaning “of the cape”, was

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33. Jewelweed, hardy in an astonishing Zones 2-11, is native to much of the U.S

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34. Jewelweed is an amazing story of ordinary people living ordinary lives,yet told with extraordinary insight

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35. Conclusion: Jewelweed is an efficacious plant for preventing development of dermatitis following poison ivy contact, but soap is more effective

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36. Perhaps saponins, the soapy component of Jewelweed are the effective agents.

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37. Nature's Soothing Solution to Poison Ivy Natural Jewelweed has been used for generations for itch relief from poison ivy, and for good reason! It has the ability to remove the urushiol, which causes that uncomfortable rash

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38. Made with Jewelweed-infused olive oil Container net wt 2 oz USA made by a family farm

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39. Jewelweed is a place to hold space for sharing wisdom and ideas as well

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40. At Jewelweed we are passionate about natural health and sharing it …

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41. Jewelweed or an infusion made from boiling leaves of Impatiens capensis may be frozen for later use

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42. Brew chopped Jewelweed in boiling water until you get a dark orange liquid

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43. Yellow Jewelweed will not yield orange color and may not be effective

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44. Rubbing a Jewelweed cube on a skin rash is very

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45. Jewelweed definition is - touch-me-not

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46. Recent Examples on the Web There are some lingering but flowerless Jewelweeds, which have a tendency to invade wet areas

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47. Jewelweed was dried naturally and ready for use to make salves for bug bites, itchy dry skin

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48. Jewelweed, Balsam and Wallerana are all of the same Balsaminaceae family, and thus closely related, but they are quite different, too

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49. Jewelweed definition, any of several plants of the genus Impatiens, especially I

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50. “With Jewelweed, David Rhodes has once more produced a moving, deeply thoughtful novel, of poor people doing difficult things, often against their best interests

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51. Be careful not to confuse Jewelweed with potentilla, since both are known as silverweed

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52. People take Jewelweed by mouth to treat mild digestive disorders, as well as rashes caused by poison ivy

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53. Some people also apply Jewelweed directly to the skin for poison ivy.

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54. Orange Jewelweed Impatiens capensis Touch-Me-Not family (Balsaminaceae) Description: This plant is a summer annual that becomes 2-5' tall, branching occasionally

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56. Under the name of Jewelweed the herbage of Impatiens aurea and of I

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57. 7731 Jewelweed Ct is a townhouse in Springfield, VA 22152

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58. 7731 Jewelweed Ct was built in 1984 and last sold on July 21, 2017 for $480,000

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59. Jewelweed flowers open mid-summer and the plants continue to flower until killed by autumn frost

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60. Jewelweed produces two types of flowers – the obvious ones with nectar spurs that are visited by bees and also, tiny inconspicuous flowers that do not open

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JEWELWEED [ˈjo͞oəlˌwēd]

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is jewelweed a fruit?

The fruit is an elongated capsule, which, when ripe, bursts open at the slightest touch. Jewelweed resembles the closely-related pale touch-me-not ( Impatiens pallida ), which can be distinguished by its yellow flowers. Jewelweed is a widespread and common plant that occurs in moist, semi-shady areas throughout northern and eastern North America.

What is jewelweed used for?

Jewelweed ( Impatiens capensis) When applied topically, sap from the stem and leaves is said to relieve itching and pain from a variety of ailments, including hives, poison ivy, stinging nettle, and other skin sores and irritations. The sap has also been shown to have anti-fungal properties and can be used to treat athlete’s foot.

What does jewelweed look like?

Jewelweed resembles the closely-related pale touch-me-not ( Impatiens pallida ), which can be distinguished by its yellow flowers. Jewelweed is a widespread and common plant that occurs in moist, semi-shady areas throughout northern and eastern North America.

What is an orange jewelweed?

Jump to navigation Jump to search. Impatiens capensis, the orange jewelweed, common jewelweed, spotted jewelweed, or orange balsam, is an annual plant native to North America. It is common in bottomland soils, ditches, and along creeks, often growing side-by-side with its less common relative, yellow jewelweed (I. pallida).

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