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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Basil, Bush - Herb Profile and Information
... Botanical: Ocymum minumum Family: N.O. Labiatae Cultivation Part Used Medicinally Medicinal Action and Uses Recipes ---Part Used---Leafy tops. Bush Basil (Ocymum minumum) is a ... Part Used Medicinally---The whole herb, both fresh and dried, gathered in July. ---Medicinal Action and Uses---Aromatic and carminative. Though generally employed in cooking as a flavouring, Basil has been occasionally used ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Cowslip - Herb Profile and Information
... for larger image Cowslip Botanical: Primula veris (LINN.) Family: N.O. Primulaceae Description Part Used Medicinally Constituents Medicinal Action and Uses ---Synonyms---Herb Peter. Paigle. Peggle. Key Flower. Key ... ball will be uneven. [Top] ---Part Used Medicinally---The yellow corolla is alone needed, no stalk or green part whatever is required, only the yellow part, plucked out of the green calyx ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Cyclamen, Ivy-Leaved - Herb Profile and Information
... Cyclamen hederaefolium Family: N.O. Primulaceae Description Part Used Medicinally Constituents Medicinal Action and Uses ---Synonym---Sowbread. ---Part Used---Tuherous root-stock used fresh when the plant is in ... horticulture in the middle of the eighteenth century. [Top] ---Part Used Medicinally---The tuberous rootstock, used fresh, when the plant is in flower. ---Constituents---Besides starch, ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Almonds - Herb Profile and Information
... biscuits for patients suffering from diabetes. Sweet Almonds are used medicinally, the official preparations of the British Pharmacopoeia being Mistura ... of gum arabic, forms a more permanent emulsion; one part of gum with an equal quantity of water being ... used instead of Sweet that the British Pharmacopoeia directs that Jordan Almonds alone shall be employed when Sweet Almonds are used medicinally ...
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Medicinal Use of Citrus
... been used in herbal medicine. Herbs are usually defined as garden plants used secondarily in cooking for flavoring, seasoning, and garnishes for food. Herbs and herbal products have also been used medicinally for curative ... of the State of Florida. Permission is granted to others to use these materials in part or in full for educational purposes, provided that full credit is given to the UF ...
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Aboriginal Uses of Plants Around Sydney
... have been used by Aborigines. Fruits The fruits of Sydney plants, seasonal, small and insipid for the most part, cannot ... . There are records of the following local species being used. Casuarina glauca Eucalyptus agglomerata Eucalyptus oblonga Eucalyptus botryoides Corymbia ... able to uncover records of only 12 Sydney plants used medicinally by Aborigines, and_most of these uses are by Aborigines ...
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Cacti ARE Succulents (Part 1)
... and it was incorporated into many cultures. Cactus sap has been used medicinally; some cactus sap has narcotic effects and has been used in religious ceremonies; the sap of Stenocereus gummosus is toxic ... cactus and 2) all cacti are succulents but not all succulents are cacti. [next segment - Part 2] © 1995 Erl Svendsen Sustainable horticultural information, offered free of charge to the public with ...
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PULMONARIA
... : Plant in humus rich, moist, well draining soils, that are rich and cool. Full to part shade. Divide ever three to five years. Mulch in the fall to protect plants over ... . Var. Immaculata = does not have spots. Cult. ĎAlba' = has white flowers. These plants were once used medicinally to treat lung problems thus the name Pulmonaria and lungwort. The plants were said to ...
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Ranunculaeae Society
... conspicuous white stamens, usually between 50 and 100 of them, to form the most obvious part of the flower which can be 1-1.5 cm across; at least the outer ... has a compact rhizomatous rootstock with fibrous roots and these are reported to have been used medicinally for the treatment of boils. Trautvetteria is a summer-flowering perennial inhabiting woods or damp ...
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Ethno
... ), it yields seeds which are roasted and eaten as a snack food. Jatropha curcas is used medicinally in Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa for a variety of health problems. The information ... of Carludovica in home gardens, agricultural plots and secondary forests. These efforts are supported in part by PEBENI, a project on plants and ethnobotany of the Beni region, which is carried ...
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