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    • Common name: Wormwood, old woman. Family: Compositae Habitat/Cultivation: A wayside plant native to Europe, now grows wild in central Asia and eastern parts of the US. The leaves and flowering tops are gathered at the end of flowering periods between July and end September. Parts used: Leaves and flowering tops Traditional use: Used to expel worms (tapeworms, threadworms, roundworms) stomach…
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    • Common name: St Johns Wort, hard hay. Family: Hypericaceae Habitat/Cultivation: Grown on the sunny slopes and dry grasslands as well as the edge of pine woods. The entire plant above the ground should be collected when in flower and dried as quickly as possible. Parts used: Aerial parts Traditional use: Considered primarily for the nervous system (menopausal, neurosis, hysteria)and disorders and injuries  of the spine neuralgia, sciatica…
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    • Common/synonyms Name:  Common Thyme, Garden Thyme. Family: Labiatae. Habitat/cultivation:  Thyme is cultivated worldwide from seed. Preferring light chalky soil. Harvested in mid to late summer. Parts used:  Flowers leaves and stems. Properties/traditional use: Infections. The  antiseptic and tonic properties of thyme make it a useful tonic for the immune system in chronic, especially fungal, infections. Also used as an effective remedy for chest infections, such as…
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