@gardengirlla the most common use for this plant is its substitute for cannibus, helps calm anxiety, makes a great heart tonic, helps with inflammation of joints, and helps aid in pain management. The leaves are made into a tea or tincture, also dried and smoked
Treefrog44 as much as I hate to ask I will take you up on the seeds I had been gifted several from @jennelamaye but now I can’t find them I was going to get my seeding trays ready today. I’m very sad my email is firstname.lastname@example.org. It’s funny how you offered right when I just realized mine aren’t anywhere to b found????? Hopefully they’ll show up. I’m anxious to also have your address to send a thx you your way.