Greater Celandine Chelidonium majus L

Greater Celandine is a perennial herbaceous plant of the Papaveraceae family. The rootstock is multi-colored, brownish outside, yellow on the inside, slightly branched. The stem is leaning or erect, at its upper part branched, usually barely 80 cm high. The leaves are soft, uneven and cut. The ...

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Ambros Chenopodium botrys L

The Ambros or chenopodium botrys is an annual herbaceous plant of the Chenopodiaceae family. The stem is up to 60 cm high, erect, rarely creeping, branched. The leaves are sequential. The flowers are small, gathered in top pyramid grooves, located in the bosoms of the upper leaves and the ...

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Chickweed Stellaria media L

Official name: Chickweed Latin name: Stellaria media L. Other names: Middle star, Star, “Mishakinya”, Bird grass Description: Chickweed is an annual (or biennial) herbaceous plant of the Caryophyllaceae family. It grows throughout the country in moist grassy ...

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Old man's beard Clematis vitalba L

Old man's beard is a perennial of the Ranunculaceae family, a highly branched, bumpy and climbing plant with wood, 5 or more centimeters thick and up to 30 m long. The leaves are large, opposite, with long handles, with 3 or 5 ovate leaves. The plant is captured using the leaf stems. T...

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Common horsetail Equisetum arvense L

Horsetail is a perennial spore plant of the Equisentaceae family. The rootstock is brownish, strongly branched, sliced, with thin roots and black tubers. Every year there are two types of stalks growing up: sporadic - spring, brown and summer, green. For medical purposes, the useless summer ste...

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Sea holly Eryngium campestre L

Sea holly is a perennial herbaceous plant of the family Stěnikov (Umbelliferae). The root is spindle-shaped, long, deeply penetrating into the soil. The stems are erect and still at their base strongly branched up to 60 cm tall. The leaves are skinny. Stalk leaves are simple, enclosing the...

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