Antidote, A Lesson in Nature

Antidote~

Origin:  1400–50; late Middle English  (< Middle French )

Latin antidotum  <Greek antídoton  something given against (i.e., for counteracting),

equivalent to anti- anti- + dotón  neuter of dotós  given, verbid ofdidónai  to give; akin to datum

From Dictionary.com

Antidote: A Lesson in Nature

Break time! Need to fix this…

  Antidote: A Lesson in Nature Bees have taken up residence in a bucket in the Garden. While weeding today I received four stings. Not to panic, I have my trusty Plantain Salve. For everything Nature has to offer, there is an antidote. Nature’s Chemicals. Plantian contains Nature’s Anti-venom.

Antidote: A Lesson in Nature

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