Name: Achillea millefolium. Family: compositae. Common names: cent pied, grass of the donkeys, grass of the soldier, millefoglie, sanguinella, stagnated blood. Habitat: in the fields and on the banks up to 2200 meters. Parts used: flowers only. Achillea Millefolium Yarrow Flowers in France Journal: Take Notes, Write Down Memories in this 150 Page Lined Journal Price
Name: Chrysanthemum balsamita Family: Composite Common names: Roman amenta, bitter grass, good grass, Madonna's herb, St. Peter's grass, St. Mary's grass, fritola, Greek mint. Habitat: in the meadows of hilly and flat areas, in all regions of Italy. Parts used: the leaves and flower heads The great book of Bach flowers.
Name: Asperula odorata Family: Rubiacee Common names: disen, gletto, grasot, pearl, raspello, stellina. Habitat: shady areas below 1600 meters Parts used: leaves and stem Journal / Notebook Bellflower: Campanula Blue 6 x 9 ... 137 lined pages for endless note taking. To do lists to help you accomplish your daily goals.
Name: Asparagus officinalis Family: Liliacee Common names: butcher's broom, spalice, sparag, spares, spirgene Habitat: mostly cultivated, there are spontaneous varieties that grow in the sea resorts. Parts used: both the stem and the root The garden of the simple. Herbs, herbal teas and healing practices Price
Name: Carlina acaulis L. Harvest: In autumn. Properties: Healing, diuretic, tonic, sudorific, cleansing, digestive. Family: Composite Common names: Cardo di San Pellegrino, timepiece, tiroliro, capщ, carlo pinto, articiocc de montagna, evergreen. Daucus Carota Mordet i Svaneke Price
Name: Arctium lappa Family: Composite Common names: cappellaccio, causarazzi, cima de rani, cuoppo, dapazza, porcina grass, gardalan, gratacuel, ingaizzi, lambazze, repese, zecchitella. Habitat: it grows mainly in meadows and uncultivated areas below 1500 meters in height. Parts used: roots, leaves and seeds.
Perennial herbaceous plant, native to central and southern Europe; from the fleshy rhizomes branch erect, semi-woody stems, up to 80-100 cm high; slightly branched in the lower part, almost not at the top. The leaves are green, rendered greyish by the presence of a thin white hair; they have a pinnate shape, but they tend to become less pinnate rising from the bottom to the top, they give off a strong, very aromatic scent and have a very bitter taste; the apical leaves are thin, linear, smaller than the others.
Name: Capsella bursa - pastoris Medic. Family: Crucifers. Common names: Cassella, Judas grass, picuraru vurca, raperina herb, greenhouse urchins, bursa de mazzone. Habitat: it adapts to any climate up to 2300 meters in height. Parts used: Flowers and leaves. The chamomile defeated the evil Price
Name: Alliaria officinalis Family: Crucifera Common names: agghialora, alliare, grass ai, wild lunaria. Habitat: meadows and woods below 700 meters Parts used: leaves, flower, seeds Set calendar Agenda 2019 Lady Kent 16 S Oberthur Green Anise 1 Week on 2 Pages + 1 Pen Stylus Touch blumie Price
Name: Levisticum officinalis Koch. Harvest: Fruits and roots in autumn, leaves between April and June. Properties: Diuretic, antiseptic, carminative, tonic and digestive. Family: Umbelliferae. Common names: mountain celery, ligustio, mountain appio, sistra. Habitat: It grows in the Alpine and Apennine areas up to 1500 meters.
Name: Capparis sipnosaL. Harvest: The flowers and roots are harvested in the early spring, a little later than the fruits. Properties: Diuretic, anti-arthritic, aperitif, tonic, digestive and astringent. Family: Capparidacee. Common names: Zucchetta, sunflowers, tapania, chiapparelle, capirin.
Name: Carthamus tinctorius L. Collection: The flowers at the beginning of summer, the seeds at the end. Property: Purgative. Family: Composite. Common names: Urfaru, saffron nuts, saffron bastard, saffron. Effect of Salvia officinalis on lymphocytic and bacterial DNA: A comparative in vitro study Price
Name: Gentian acaulis L. Harvest: In the warmer months. Property: Digestive, carmatic. Family: Gentianacee. Common names: Scipoe, croquettes, calso de ciuch, zenzariella, bells, spring bellflowers. Eficácia de óleos essenciais no controle de Rhizopus stolonifer em uva: Use of Rosmarinus officinalis L.
Name: Dipsacus fullonum L. Harvest: In September and October. Properties: Sudorific, aperitif, diuretic, purifying. Family: Dipsacacee. Common names: Wolf combs, cloth thistle, rissolo, scardaccione, shepherds' top. Medicinal herbs from the garden of the Lord. My herbarium: useful tips for health and wellness Price
Name: Artemisia dracunculus L. Harvest: In the warmer months. Properties: Aromatic, antiseptic, digestive, aperitif, antispasmodic, stimulating. Family: Composite. Common names: Tardone, stregon, dragon, serpentaria, tarragon, stragonsel. Effect of Salvia officinalis on lymphocytic and bacterial DNA: A comparative in vitro study Price
Name: Cicer aretinum L. Harvest: In the warmer months. Properties: Urinary, diuretic, vermifuge, antiseptic. Family: Leguminous. Common names: Sis, ciximi, fasgiolum tundu. Effect of Salvia officinalis on lymphocytic and bacterial DNA: A comparative in vitro study Price
Name: Vicia faba L. Collection: Flowers in spring, pods in early summer. Properties: Sedative, diuretic. Family: Leguminous. Common names: Fava, excavations, pods. Vicia Faba: Agronomy, Physiology and Breeding: Proceedings of a Seminar in the CEC Program of Coordination of Research on Plant Protein Improvement,… Coordination of Agricultural Research Price
Name: Seseli tortuosum L, Collection: The fruits in autumn, the other parts between June and August. Properties: Carminative, stomatal, tonic, Family: Umbelliferae. Common names: Erba de la pittitu, spaccasassi, kisses, rhythm, St. Peter's grass, fenoiu di mare. Angelica at middle school! Price