Sow Thistle: A Tasty Wild Green -- "The flavor reminds me of a cross between Lamb’s Quarters, a.k.a. wild spinach, as it has the same kind of richness, and dandelion, because it has a slight bitter kick to it. I liked it raw, and I think it’d be really good in a salad. In his wild food cookbook, Steve Brill recommends stir frying it in garlic and rosemary as well. Nutritionally, sow thistle has a lot to offer: It’s high in protein, essential fatty acids, iron and other minerals."
You could protect your brain from too much needs of the modern-day world or even safeguard it from brain related illness, such as dementia or Alzheimer’s, by eating some of the natural herbs that are recognized to enhance the function of the brain.