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Mountain Arnica

Mountain Arnica, Wolf’s Bane, Leopard’s Bane, Mountain Tobacco, Arnica Montana   Arnica is distributed mainly in the highland meadows of the Carpathians, upland meadows of the Baltic and in the Ukrainian Polissya. In culture propagated by seeds and cuttings of rhizomes   It is a perennial herbaceous plant of the Asteraceae family. 20-60 cm high. […]

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Anise

Anise, Anisum Vulgare, Pimpinella Anisum   Anise has been cultivated for a long time, it is not known in the wild. Due to the long sprouting period, slow growth in the first half of the growing season, short stature and lodging, anise is often oppressed by weeds, therefore it should be placed in relatively clean […]

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Marsh Mallow

Marsh Mallow, Althaea Officinalis   This medicinal plant grows in wet meadows, in ravines, on banks of rivers and lakes, and on sea coasts. Distributed in Ukraine, Belarus, the Volga region, Siberia, and Central Asia. For medicinal purposes, it is recommended to breed by seeds or division of bushes.   Marsh Mallow is 60-150 cm […]

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Candelabra Aloe

Aloe Arborescens, Krantz Aloe or Candelabra Aloe   Perennial evergreen plant of the lily family up to 4 m high. Aloe is native to South and East Africa. People call him agave and bred as a potted flower. Aloe root system fibrous, cylindrical roots, highly branched. stems upright, branching. Leaves are alternate, xiphoid, with cartilaginous […]

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Amazing Benefits of Sweet Flag and Its Survival in Harsh Environments

Acorus Calamus, Sweet Flag, Sway, Muskrat Root
In quiet backwaters, closer to the shore, in shallower places, you can see bunches of narrow long xiphoid leaves. This is Acorus Calamus or Tatar potion. Distributed in the European part. Central Asia, Siberia, Far East. The water where calamus grows is drinkable. It is a perennial herbaceous plant of the aroid family, reaching a height of 60-120 cm, with a horizontal creeping sinuous rhizome (up to 1.5 m long and up to 3 cm thick) with numerous white stringy roots. Rhizome-covered remnants of leaf sheaths, yellowish-green, almost brown, inside is white with a pink tinge. Leaves are alternate, two-row, bright green, collected in bunches at the ends of branches rhizomes.

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