Tsmin piskovy – tsmin sandy

Compositae family; sand cypress (not to be confused with annual immortelles (Xeranthemum annuum))   A popular rumor claims that the yellow color of cumin flowers indicates its healing properties for jaundice (hepatitis). This is one of the cases when the medicinal effect of the plant, attributed to it by tradition, completely coincided with scientific data. Cumin is a […]

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Tsmin is sandy

PISKOVA) —   Helichrysum arenarium (L.) D. С. The Asteraceae family is Asteraceae, or Compositae   What does it look like? Perennial herb 15-30 cm tall. The rhizome is simple, rises up; one or more stalks grow from it (only one bears fruit), woolly-felt with hairs that densely cover the entire plant, saving it from death in case

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Cmin sandy – cmin piskovy (preparation and storage)

o e n with h. The Ukrainian name is tsmin piskovy, popular names are dried flowers, crackers, zhovtushnik, zhovtyanitsya, scrofula, tsmin, chmin, tsvarka, grumpy, fleas; cat paws.   Compositae family – Asteraceae (Compositae). Flowers are used for medicinal purposes. It occurs almost throughout Ukraine (with the exception of the Carpathians) on the sands of the second terraces and floodplains, coastal

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The genus Citrus includes a number of well-known medicinal and food plants: orange, lemon, orange, tangerine, bergamot, grapefruit, etc. These types of citrus fruits are evergreen, low trees. In some species, the branches are equipped with spines. The leaves are leathery, shiny, dark green, oval in shape with a pointed apex, traditionally entire, in some species the

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citronella grass

Pharmacy name: citronella oil – Citronellae aetheroleum (formerly: Oleum Citronellae). Botanical description. Tall cereal with a strong aromatic smell. Grown in Southeast Asia and the West Indies. active substances. Essential oils are made up of a wide variety of substances. Geraniol and citronellal predominate. Application. Citronella oil, like all essential oils, acts as a disinfectant and mild aphrodisiac. It is part of

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Cystoseira bearded

Cystoseira bearded   Brown seaweed, widespread on the Black Sea coast, mainly in small rocky places. Thallus highly branched, shrub, standing in the water, up to 1 m tall, the central part is thick, within 0.5 cm in diameter, brown-green in color, attached by a disk-shaped part to underwater rocks. Dry thallus contains within 40%

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Rubiaceae – Rubiaceae. Pharmacy name: cinchona bark – Chinae calisayae cortex (formerly: Cortex Chinae calisayae). Botanical description. Usually it is a tall evergreen tree, although in mountainous areas it can take on a shrub form, with ocher-yellow or light brown bark, with a dense, densely leafy crown. Grows in Brazil, Ecuador, Peru. Active ingredients: quinine, related alkaloids, bitterness, resins

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Daurian cimitsifuga – Daurian klopogon

A perennial herbaceous plant of the family of sedum. It has a thick multi-headed creeping rhizome with a large number of cord-shaped roots. Stems are erect, simple, 100-150 cm tall, slightly furrowed. Stem leaves are alternate, petiolate or almost sessile (upper, twice or three times tripartite, below with hairs; leaf lobes ovate, pointed, pinnately cut, large-toothed at the

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Tsimitsifuga Daura

Perennial herbaceous plant with a thick multi-headed rhizome bearing numerous adventitious roots and one or more stems up to 1-1.5 m high. The leaves are large, long-petiolate, double or triple-triple; leaflets broadly ovate, pointed, large-toothed. Inflorescence paniculate-racemose, with early falling sepals. Staminate flowers with numerous stamens, pistillate – with 4 sessile pubescent ovaries. The fruit consists of 3-4 leaflets. The

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Tsimbonogon. aromatic cereals

Cymbopogon Spreng.     There are more than 20 species of fragrant perennial Indian cereals belonging to the genus Cymbopogon, the tribe Andropogoneae. More widely known are citronella, lemongrass, and palmarosa essential oils. 1. Citronella. Orange grass -Cymbopogon nardus L. Rendle. A tall cereal native to the mountains of South India and Sri Lanka. Widely cultivated in India, Indonesia

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