Wermut absinthium, artemisia, wormwood (1543) by Leonhart Fuchs. Source - Image 33 at Strasbourg via Wikimedia.

heaveninawildflower: “ Wermut absinthium, artemisia, wormwood by Leonhart Fuchs. Source - Image 33 at Strasbourg via Wikimedia.

Absinthe plant, Artemisia absinthium or wormwood engraving illustration, isolated on white. Also called (absinthium, absinthe wormwood, wormwood, common wormwood, Green Ginger or grand wormwood. Vintage illustration.

Illustration of Absinthe plant, Artemisia absinthium or wormwood engraving illustration,. vector art, clipart and stock vectors.

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.

Wormwood, Absinthe - Artemisia absinthium - Medicinally Wormwood has been used to make a bitter tonic to stimulate appetite and improve digestion - circa 1885 www.swallowtailgardenseeds.com/herbs/wormwood.html

Wormwood, Absinthe - Artemisia absinthium - Medicinally Wormwood has been used to make a bitter tonic to stimulate appetite and improve digestion - circa 1885

“Il carrubo è chiamato anche legno cornuto. I suoi frutti sono nocivi allo stomaco, donde Galeno ritiene che sarebbe stato meglio fossero rimasti nelle regioni della Siria che portarli nei nostri paesi”.  Dal codice “Historia Plantarum”, fine XIV secolo

The carob tree is also called wood horned. Its fruits are harmful to the stomach, whence Galen believes that it would have been better had stayed in the regions of Syria that take them in our countries "

[Atlas] - M.E. Blochii ... Systema ichthyologiae iconibus CX illustratum / - Biodiversity Heritage Library

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tanaquil: “ “A comprehensive botanical A-Z of magical herbs and fungi for easy plant identification and application” ”

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The anatomy of plants / Nehemiah Grew. Nehemiah Grew September 1641 – 25 March was an English plant anatomist and physiologist, very famously known as the “Father of Plant Physiology.

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