Zaytsegub intoxicating – lagohіlus p’yankiy (growing and cultivating)

Intoxicating hareslip (Lagochilus p’yanky) Lagochilus inebrians Rg 1 .   \r Synonym: intoxicating lagohilus. \r Description . A perennial herbaceous plant from the labiate family (Labiatae), 2550 cm high, with numerous stems woody at the base. Rhizome many-headed, short, turning into taproot. The leaves are petiolate, opposite, three-five-parted or lobed, slightly leathery. The flowers are pale pink or white, borne 46 in opposite semi-whorls […]

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Zaytsegub intoxicating – zaytsegub p’yanky (veterinary practice)

text-align: center; “> Intoxicating hareslip – lagochilus inebrians bunge   Botanical characteristic. Family Lamiaceae. Perennial herbaceous gray-green plant. The rhizome is shortened, many-headed, turning into a taproot. The stems are tetrahedral, densely and long-haired, strongly branched, 20-60 cm high. The leaves are opposite, petiolate, slightly leathery, 3-5-parted, with serrated lobes. Flowers numerous pale pink. Blooms in June – September (Fig. 22). Spreading. endemic plant. It is

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Zaytsegub intoxicating

ZAITSEGUB intoxicating (lagakhilus)   Perennial herbaceous plant from the family Lamiaceae with branched, woody stems at the base, up to 60 cm high. Leaves on petioles, slightly leathery, three to five-parted or lobed. The flowers are two-lipped, pale pink, collected 4-6 in the axils of the leaves, with sepals equipped with spines, which is why the

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