Make Soap from Yucca Leaves
How to make soap from Yucca leaves is a primitive skill to make natural hand soap, shampoo, disinfectant wash, laundry soap or dish washing soap. Roots and leaves of Yucca (also known as the Soaptree) are high in saponins which create soap when added to water and thoroughly mixed or shaken. You can make a stronger soap with a higher concentration of saponins.Sensible Survival
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The Yucca plant has many more amazing benefits beyond just making natural soap: it is also an edible wild food foraging plant, skin care products, fibers can be to weaved into cordage that can be made into a huge amount of useful items and hair rinse to remove lice.
They are native to the hot and dry (arid) parts of North America, Central America, South America and the Caribbean.
It is also colloquially known in the Midwest United States as “ghosts in the graveyard”, as it is commonly found growing in rural graveyards and when in bloom the cluster of (usually pale) flowers on a thin stalk appear as floating apparitions as quoted by Wikipedia.