Cicute cicutus

CICUT CICUTE   An annual weed herbaceous plant, up to 60 cm high. The stem is erect, sometimes creeping, underdeveloped. The leaves are pinnate or bipinnate, the lower ones form a basal rosette. The whole plant is rough and sticky. The flowers are five-petalled, pink-violet, collected in umbrella inflorescences. Each inflorescence contains 12 flowers. Blooms all summer. The fruit is a

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Zostir is a laxative

Rhamnus cathartica L. The Krushynov family is Rhamnaceae What does zoster laxative look like? A branchy bush or tree, the branches of which end in thorns. The leaves are ovate, petiolate, hard. The flowers are small, yellow-green. Blooms in May – June. The fruit is a juicy, bluish-black drupe with 3-4 stones, ripens from the end of August to October.

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Zhoster laxative – zhostir pronosny (preparation and storage)

Name: Laxative zhoster – zhostіr pronosny (preparation and storage) Zhoster laxative (buckthorn laxative) – Rhamnus sa thartica L. Ukrainian name – zhostir pronosny, popular names – zhost, zherst, zhostor, zhostil, zhester, zherest, hrobost, proskurina, prickly buckthorn, etc.   Buckthorn family – Rhamnaceae. The fruits are used for medicinal purposes. It occurs throughout Ukraine, but more often in the Forest-steppe and

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Joster laxative

Buckthorn – Rhamnaceae. Popular names: Drozdovy berries, witch’s thorn, laxative buckthorn. Parts Used: Ripe fruits. Pharmacy name: fruits of laxative joster – Rhamni cathartic! fructus (formerly: Fructus Rhamni cathartici). Botanical description. It is a shrub about 3m tall, with protruding branches. The bark is silver-gray when young, turning brown-black later. Joster is easy to recognize by the straight thorn into which the

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Alternate-leaved jaundice – alternate-leaved spleen

Name: Zhovtyanitsa chergovolista – spleenwort Chrysosplenium alternifolium (Chrysosplenium alternifolium); spleenochnik ochernolistnyi   Perennial herbaceous pale green sparsely hairy plant of the family of scotland. The stem is juicy, ridged, 5-15 cm high. The leaves are round-kidney-shaped, toothed; basal – long-petioled, in a rosette; stem – regular, short-petioled. The flowers are regular, very small, form apical inflorescences in the form of a flat half-umbrella,

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Yellowish grayish – jelly dusk

Name: Grayish yellow-eared yellow-eared yellow-eared yellow-eared yellow-eared yellow-eared yellow-eared yellow-eared yellow-eared yellow-eared yellowtail Erysimum diffusum, synonym — Erysimum canescens ; yellow-eared yellow-eared; the Cabbage family (Brassicaceae), or Cruciferae; Jaundice spread   Most often, the grayish yellowtail can be seen in the southern part of the middle strip of Russia. However, plants also travel, which is why it became common along communication

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Zhovtozilla zvichayne – common ragwort

Senecio vulgaris; yellow-flowered thistle; common godfather  One-year or two-year cobweb-hairy plant of the aster family (complex flowers). The stem is erect, simple or branched, ribbed, 15-50 cm high. The leaves are pinnate or pinnate, with elongated segments, on the edge are unevenly notched-toothed or ciliated-bladed. The flowers are tubular, yellow, collected in baskets, forming a sparse paniculate-scutellum inflorescence. The fruit is

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