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Valerian
... | Vegetables | Vines | Weeds | Wildflowers | Wildlife | Shop | Additional Valerian Information Medicinal Uses Magic & Superstition Nature's Answer Valerian Root 1000 MG - 2 Ounces Liquid Valerian Root Cut & Sifted (Valeriana officinalis; ... feline, make an herbal pillow out of Valerian, and your cat will provide you with hours of entertainment! Conversely, Valerian also attracts rats, and some people ...
www.gardensablaze.com

Valerian Herb - Herbs
... Home Food Gardening Health/Beauty Links Shop Horoscopes Herbs > Valerian Herb Information on, uses of and how to grow valerian: Name Valerian officinalis. Family Valerianaceae. History Valere is the Latin verb to be healthy. The root of Valerian which has an unpleasant smell has ...
www.greenchronicle.com

Valeriana officinalis - COMMON VALERIAN - Rainyside.com
... Guide - Herbs Valeriana officinalis 1999 COMMON VALERIAN, GARDEN HELIOTROPE, TRUE VALERIAN Family: Valerianaceae Pronounced: vu-leh-ree-AH-nah oh-fi- ... still used medicinally and as an ornamental herb in the garden. Valerian roots make a strong smelling (and I mean strong!) medicinal ... I recommend trying a hot bath while sipping a cup of valerian tea; it soothes the muscles after a long day working ...
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Kathie's Garden Herbs
... HAMELIN used to lure away the rats...cats love it, too! Valerian's real name is:Valerianaceae-valeriana officinalis It's hairy root ... , insomnia, and anxiety. Recent scientific finding show that a cup of valerian tea relieves stress, and helps one to fall asleep easier. It is also better for one to use a cup of valerian tea over barbiturates and benzodiazepines, for by drinking the tea, you ...
www.muscanet.com

Red Valerian
... Red Valerian BACK The information given is informative. In case of doubt, consult the doctor. "Botanical" is ... -medication A general view of the plant Common noun: Red Scientific noun: Valeriana officinalis Family. Valerian family -Valerianaceae- Habitat: We find it in dry and rocky places. Characteristics: PPerennial bushy plant ...
www.botanical-online.com

Valerian Herb - Herbs
... Chronicle Web Home Food Gardening Health/Beauty Links Shop Horoscopes Herbs > Valerian Herb Information on, uses of and how to grow valerian: Name Satureja montana. Family Labiatae Growing pattern Annual. Seeds Buy ...
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Centranthus - red valerian
... hostas | | perennials | | tools, books, & gifts | | FAQ | | nursery | | journal | | gardening forums | Centranthus (sen-TRAN-thus). Red valerian. - Soil: Average, well-drained Blooms: Summer Zones: 4 - 8 Centranthus ruber At the ... None Available by mail order: None Description and Cultural Information: C. ruber, red valerian. 1' - 3'. These plants have fleshy, blue-green leaves with clusters of pink, ...
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A Modern Herbal - Editor's Introduction
... ' pharmacopoeias are poisonous ones like Aconite, Belladonna, Henbane and the Opium Poppy. Dandelion, Gentian and Valerian for some reason have survived and the Homeopaths use many more, but such useful plants ... the botanical name for the Coltsfoot, which is used to cure coughs and colds, and Valerian is derived from the Latin word Valere. Surely it makes a garden more romantic and ...
botanical.com

Drought tolerant plants in summer flower beds save water
... grass. For shadier areas plant: Japanese anenome, bleeding heart, hellebore, Jupiter's Beard or Red Valerian (Centranthus), Mexican daisy (Erigeron), yellow corydalis and many types of thyme. To learn more about ...
extension.oregonstate.edu

Open Directory - Health: Animal: Alternative Medicine: Herbs
... and Onions (11) Ginseng (2) Kava kava (0) Milk Thistle (0) Nettles (0) Peppermint (0) Valerian (1) Chinese Herbs@ (24) Professional Organizations (1) Toxic Herbs@ (16) Cats (6) Horses (3) ... on patients undergoing anesthesia. Echinacea, ephedra, garlic, ginkgo, ginseng, kava, St. John's wort, and valerian are commonly used herbal medications that may pose a concern during anesthesia and recovery. ...
dmoz.org




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