It looks so much like dandelion leaves, but does it flower all the time or is flowering seasonal? I’ve had to use dried poppy pods to make tea for my chronic pain and they are expensive and hard to order. Wild lettuce seeds are $25 on Amazon and I’m on a tight disability budget. I live in Phoenix, but was wondering how easy this plant is to find or locate via nurseries or where my relatives live (IN, FL, SC). If I find a plant that has these yellow flowers and wide dandelion looking leaves, do I just cut the stalk to see if the milky substance flows and then know it’s wild lettuce? I’m so grateful for your post and info on this. Could change my life. Do the flowers also have the same properties as the stems and leaves? Which has strongest ingredient?
Last month, Thread released its fourth annual impact report – an illustration of its commitment to these same values. To engage more than CSR professionals in the company’s accomplishments in 2016, Thread enhanced this year’s iteration with videos, animated stats, and an interactive supply chain map – users can explore the lifecycle of Ground to Good fabric from profiles of owners of the bottle collection centers in Haiti to yarn spinners and dye houses in North Carolina, to where it is cut, sewn, and assembled into finished Timberland x Thread products at Timberland's partner facilities in Vietnam.