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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: Sage Family: Lamiaceae Habitat/Cultivation: Native to the Mediterranean, and is cultivated all around the world. A popular garden herb. It thrives in sunny conditions and is grown from seed in spring. The leaves are picked in the summer. Parts used: Leaves small stems and flowers Traditional use: Why should a man die while sage grows in the garden. An excellent remedy…
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    • Common Name: Liquorice sweet root, radix glycyrrhizae Family: Leguminosae Habitat/Cultivation: Grows wild in grassy areas and in light underbrush in south-eastern Europe and south-west Asia. It is now extensively cultivated, is propagated by dividing the roots in spring. The root of 3-4 year old plants are unearthed in late autumn. Parts used: Roots Traditional use: Traditionally used by the Greeks…
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