Ancient cultures had different ways to manage their hair. From cutting to shaving, from simple ties to highly decorative adornments, each culture did something to keep growing hair under control. Long unkept hair gets in the eyes and impairs vision making normal tasks difficult and often dangerous, so now that my hair has reached a certain length I am able to secure it by tying it with strong yucca cordage I made. It creates a whole new look and makes tasks like foraging for edible plants a lot easier and pleasant.
Edible plants featured in this video:
Allium Praecox (“early onion”)
Claytonia perfoliata (“miner’s lettuce”)
DISCLAIMER: This video is intended to be a medium for me to share my experiences with wild plants. It is NOT intended to be used as the only source of identification. Some plants and fungi are difficult to identify. Always use several sources of information and/or a professional guide. Even when properly identified some people could have adverse reactions to edible wild plants and fungi.
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Camera: Nikon D7200
Sound: Zoom H4N
Editing: Final Cut Pro X on MacBook Air
Location: southern California, USA
Drums of the Deep by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)