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identification of Galium Aparine | Galium aparine

Galium aparine, aka cleavers, Sticky Willy, goosegrass, and other common names. Loves the dry sandy soil of my flowerbed!

YARROW - ACHILLEA MILLEFOGLIE Achillea millefolium L. (Asteraceae)

MBG Rare Books: Illustration of ACHILLEA Millefolium L. Common name(s): common yarrow, Scientific name: Achillea millefolium L.

Verbascum Thapsus - Great Mullein - “Also, it is said, that fume made of the root of the reedy herb sagapen, with the juice of hemlock and henbane, and the herb tapsus barbatus, red sanders, and black poppy, makes spirits and strange shapes appear; and if smallage be added to them, the fume chaseth away spirits from any place and destroys their visions.” ~ Agrippa

Mullein is an excellent plant for the wish. It is supreme in respiratory ailments, as well as calling spirits (especially Underworld spirits and the Dead.


Feverfew (Tanacetum parthenium) is a traditional medicinal herb which is commonly used to prevent migraine headaches. It is also sometimes referred to as bachelor's buttons or featherfew.

1883; v.3 - Köhler's Medizinal-Pflanzen in naturgetreuen Abbildungen mit kurz erläuterndem Texte : - Biodiversity Heritage Library

Many culinary and medicinal herbs have strong and distinctive aromas and can some types can be used in perfumes. The smell of aromatic herbs is one reason they are grown in herb gardens.

Olio di Rosa Mosqueta BIO spremuto a freddo | Mineraliberi

Botanical illustration - "Rosa canina, commonly known as the dog-rose, is a variable climbing wild rose species native to Europe, northwest Africa and western Asia." - quoted from Wikipedia.

Camomilla: proprietà e benefici per i capelli - http://blog.terradisole.it/camomilla-benefici-capelli.html - #ProdottiFitoterapiciPerParrucchieri

German Chamomile An erect annual (Matricaria recutita), with small, daisylike flowers, is used to make chamomile tea and posessing a number of medicinal qualities.