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- Decide by a mere herb if a fibre here may be diced.
- Deb, bury a herb if I had a wad a hi-fibre hay rubbed.
- May a deli rot a herb if I had a hi-fibre hat or I led a yam?
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Definition of the noun herb
What does herb mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: herbs
- a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
- lexical domain: Plants - nouns denoting plants
- synonym of herb: herbaceous plant
- more generic terms: tracheophyte / vascular plant = green plant having a vascular system: ferns, gymnosperms, angiosperms
- more specific terms:
- Epimedium grandiflorum / bishop's hat / barrenwort = slow-growing creeping plant with semi-evergreen leaves on erect wiry stems
- Podophyllum peltatum / wild mandrake / May apple / mayapple = North American herb with poisonous root stock and edible though insipid fruit
- butter-flower / butterflower / buttercup / crowfoot / goldcup / kingcup = any of various plants of the genus Ranunculus
- Coptis trifolia groenlandica / Coptis groenlandica / golden thread / goldthread = low-growing perennial of North America woodlands having trifoliate leaves and yellow rootstock and white flowers
- Eranthis hyemalis / winter aconite = small Old World perennial herb grown for its bright yellow flowers which appear in early spring often before snow is gone
- liverleaf / hepatica = any of several plants of the genus Hepatica having three-lobed leaves and white or pinkish flowers in early spring
- Hydrastis Canadensis / turmeric root / golden seal / yellow root / goldenseal = perennial herb of northeastern United States having a thick knotted yellow rootstock and large rounded leaves
- Isopyrum biternatum / false rue anemone / false rue = slender erect perennial of eastern North America having tuberous roots and pink-tinged white flowers
- Laccopetalum giganteum / giant buttercup = spectacular perennial native of wet montane grasslands of Peru
- Trautvetteria carolinensis / false bugbane = tall perennial of the eastern United States having large basal leaves and white summer flowers
- globe flower / globeflower = any of several plants of the genus Trollius having globose yellow flowers
- leguminous plant / legume = an erect or climbing bean or pea plant of the family Leguminosae
- trefoil / clover = a plant of the genus Trifolium
- Madagascar periwinkle / Catharanthus roseus / Cape periwinkle / cayenne jasmine / rose periwinkle / red periwinkle / Vinca rosea / periwinkle / old maid = commonly cultivated Old World woody herb having large pinkish to red flowers
- aroid / arum = any plant of the family Araceae
- Panax pseudoginseng / Panax schinseng / Panax ginseng / ginseng / nin-sin = Chinese herb with palmately compound leaves and small greenish flowers and forked aromatic roots believed to have medicinal powers
- Panax quinquefolius / American ginseng / sang = North American woodland herb similar to and used as substitute for the Chinese ginseng
- wild ginger = low-growing perennial herb with pungent gingery leaves and rhizomes
- Asarum shuttleworthii / heart-leaf / heartleaf = wild ginger having persistent heart-shaped pungent leaves
- caryophyllaceous plant = a plant of the family Caryophyllaceae
- mouse eared chickweed / mouse-ear chickweed / clammy chickweed / chickweed / mouse ear = any of various plants related to the common chickweed
- drypis = spiny-leaved perennial herb of southern Europe having terminal clusters of small flowers
- Illecebrum verticullatum / coral necklace = glabrous annual with slender taproot and clusters of white flowers
- chickweed = any of various plants of the genus Stellaria
- Tetragonia tetragonioides / New Zealand spinach / Tetragonia expansa = coarse sprawling Australasian plant with red or yellow flowers
- amaranth = any of various plants of the genus Amaranthus having dense plumes of green or red flowers
- Amaranthus spinosus / thorny amaranth = erect annual of tropical central Asia and Africa having a pair of divergent spines at most leaf nodes
- Celosia argentea / red fox = weedy annual with spikes of silver-white flowers
- Celosia argentea cristata / Celosia cristata / common cockscomb / cockscomb = garden annual with featherlike spikes of red or yellow flowers
- cottonweed = any of various plants of the genus Froelichia found in sandy soils and on rocky slopes in warmer regions of America
- goosefoot = any of various weeds of the genus Chenopodium having small greenish flowers
- orache / orach = any of various herbaceous plants of the genus Atriplex that thrive in deserts and salt marshes
- Halogeton glomeratus / halogeton = a coarse annual herb introduced into North America from Siberia
- Halogeton souda / barilla = Algerian plant formerly burned to obtain calcium carbonate
- Salicornia europaea / glasswort / samphire = fleshy maritime plant having fleshy stems with rudimentary scalelike leaves and small spikes of minute flowers
- pokeweed = perennial of the genus Phytolacca
- purslane = a plant of the family Portulacaceae having fleshy succulent obovate leaves often grown as a potherb or salad herb
- rock purslane = a plant of the genus Calandrinia
- Indian lettuce = a plant of the genus Montia having edible pleasant-tasting leaves
- spiderflower / cleome = any of various often strong-smelling plants of the genus Cleome having showy spider-shaped flowers
- Polanisia dodecandra / Polanisia graveolens / clammyweed = strong-scented herb common in southern United States covered with intermixed gland and hairs
- cruciferous plant / crucifer = any of various plants of the family Cruciferae
- stone cress / stonecress = any Old World herb of the genus Aethionema
- Armoracia rusticana / horse radish / horseradish / red cole = coarse Eurasian plant cultivated for its thick white pungent root
- Berteroa incana / hoary alyssum / hoary alison = tall European annual with downy grey-green foliage and dense heads of small white flowers followed by hairy pods; naturalized in North America
- Cakile maritima / sea-rocket = salt-tolerant seashore annual grown for its fragrant rose or violet flowers and fleshy grey-green foliage
- Crambe maritima / sea cole / sea kale = perennial of coastal sands and shingles of northern Europe and Baltic and Black Seas having racemes of small white flowers and large fleshy blue-green leaves often used as potherbs
- Descurainia pinnata / tansy mustard = North American herb with bitter-tasting pinnate leaves resembling those of tansy
- Diplotaxis tenuifolia / Diplotaxis muralis / wall rocket = yellow-flowered European plant that grows on old walls and in waste places
- Diplotaxis erucoides / white rocket = from Mediterranean region
- draba = any of numerous low-growing cushion-forming plants of the genus Draba having rosette-forming leaves and terminal racemes of small flowers with scapose or leafy stems
- Eruca vesicaria sativa / garden rocket / Eruca sativa / rocket salad / roquette / arugula / rocket = erect European annual often grown as a salad crop to be harvested when young and tender
- Hugueninia tanacetifolia / Sisymbrium tanacetifolia / tansy-leaved rocket = perennial stellate and hairy herb with small yellow flowers of mountains of southern Europe
- woad = any of several herbs of the genus Isatis
- bladderpod = any of several hairy North American herbs having yellow racemose flowers and inflated pods
- Lunaria annua / silver dollar / satin flower / money plant / satinpod / honesty = southeastern European plant cultivated for its fragrant purplish flowers and round flat papery silver-white seedpods that are used for indoor decoration
- bladderpod = any of several plants of the genus Physaria having racemose yellow flowers and inflated pods
- Pritzelago alpina / Lepidium alpina / chamois cress = small tufted perennial herb of mountains of central and southern Europe having very small flowers of usually leafless stems
- Sisymbrium officinale / hedge mustard = stiffly branching Old World annual with pale yellow flowers; widely naturalized in North America
- fringepod / lacepod = annual herb having pinnatifid basal leaves and slender racemes of small white flowers followed by one-seeded winged silicles
- bladderpod = annual or perennial herbs with inflated seed pods
- wasabi = a Japanese plant of the family Cruciferae with a thick green root
- prickly poppy / white thistle / devil's fig / argemone = any plant of the genus Argemone having large white or yellow flowers and prickly leaves and stems and pods
- Sanguinaria canadensis / tetterwort / bloodroot / puccoon / redroot = perennial woodland native of North America having a red root and red sap and bearing a solitary lobed leaf and white flower in early spring and having acrid emetic properties
- Fumaria officinalis / fumeroot / fumewort / fumitory = delicate European herb with greyish leaves and spikes of purplish flowers
- Dicentra spectabilis / bleeding heart / lyre-flower / lyreflower = garden plant having deep-pink drooping heart-shaped flowers
- Dicentra cucullaria / Dutchman's breeches = delicate spring-flowering plant of the eastern United States having white flowers with double spurs
- Dicentra canadensis / squirrel corn = American plant with cream-colored flowers and tuberous roots resembling kernels of corn
- achillea = any of several plants of the genus Achillea native to Europe and having small white flowers in flat-topped flower heads
- Ageratina altissima / Eupatorium rugosum / white snakeroot / white sanicle = American herb having flat-topped clusters of small white flower heads; reputedly a cause of trembles and milk sickness
- Anacyclus pyrethrum / pellitory-of-Spain / pellitory = a small Mediterranean plant containing a volatile oil once used to relieve toothache
- andryala = any plant of the genus Andryala having milky sap and heads of bright yellow flowers
- Antennaria plantaginifolia / ladies' tobacco / lady's tobacco = North American perennial propagated by means of runners
- Antennaria dioica / cat's feet / cat's foot / pussytoes = low-growing perennial herb having leaves with whitish down and clusters of small white flowers
- arnica = any of various rhizomatous usually perennial plants of the genus Arnica
- Arnoseris minima / dwarf nipplewort / lamb succory = small European herb with small yellow flowers
- Ayapana triplinervis / Eupatorium aya-pana / ayapana = low spreading tropical American shrub with long slender leaves used to make a mildly stimulating drink resembling tea
- balsamroot = a plant of the genus Balsamorhiza having downy leaves in a basal rosette and yellow flowers and long balsam-scented taproots
- Indian plantain = any of various plants of the genus Cacalia having leaves resembling those of plantain
- Carthamus tinctorius / false saffron / safflower = thistlelike Eurasian plant widely grown for its red or orange flower heads and seeds that yield a valuable oil
- Chamaemelum nobilis / Anthemis nobilis / chamomile / camomile = Eurasian plant with apple-scented foliage and white-rayed flowers and feathery leaves used medicinally
- chaenactis = any of several United States plants having long stalks of funnel-shaped white or yellow flowers
- Cichorium intybus / chicory plant / chicory / succory = perennial Old World herb having rayed flower heads with blue florets cultivated for its root and its heads of crisp edible leaves used in salads
- Cichorium endivia / witloof / endive = widely cultivated herb with leaves valued as salad green
- coreopsis / tick-weed / tickseed / tickweed = any of numerous plants of the genus Coreopsis having a profusion of showy usually yellow daisylike flowers over long periods
- leopard's-bane / leopardbane = any of several herbs of the genus Doronicum having alternate often clasping stem leaves cultivated for their long stalks of yellow flower heads
- globe thistle = any of various plants of the genus Echinops having prickly leaves and dense globose heads of bluish flowers
- elephant's-foot = any plant of the genus Elephantopus having heads of blue or purple flowers
- Cacalia javanica / Emilia coccinea / Emilia javanica / Emilia flammea / Cacalia lutea / tassel flower = tropical African annual having scarlet tassel-shaped flower heads
- Emilia sagitta / tassel flower = tropical Asiatic annual cultivated for its small tassel-shaped heads of scarlet flowers
- Eupatorium cannabinum / hemp agrimony = coarse European herb with palmately divided leaves and clusters of small reddish-purple flower heads
- Eupatorium capillifolium / dog fennel = weedy plant of southeastern United States having divided leaves and long clusters of greenish flowers
- Eupatorium maculatum / spotted Joe-Pye weed / Joe-Pye weed = North American herb having whorled leaves and terminal clusters of small pinkish or purple flower heads
- Eupatorium perfoliatum / thoroughwort / agueweed / boneset = perennial herb of southeastern United States having white-rayed flower heads
- Eupatorium purpureum / marsh milkweed / purple boneset / Joe-Pye weed / trumpet weed = North American herb having whorled leaves and terminal clusters of flowers spotted with purple
- gum plant / rosinweed / gumweed / tarweed = any of various western American plants of the genus Grindelia having resinous leaves and stems formerly used medicinally
- Haastia pulvinaris / vegetable sheep / sheep plant = cushion-forming New Zealand herb having leaves densely covered with tawny hairs
- sneezeweed = any of various plants of the genus Helenium characteristically causing sneezing
- hawkweed = any of numerous often hairy plants of the genus Hieracium having yellow or orange flowers that resemble the dandelion
- alpine coltsfoot / Tussilago alpina / Homogyne alpina = rhizomatous herb with purple-red flowers suitable for groundcover
- inula = any plant of the genus Inula
- krigia = any small branched yellow-flowered North American herb of the genus Krigia
- lettuce = any of various plants of the genus Lactuca
- leopard plant = any of various plants of temperate Eurasia
- tarweed = any of various resinous glandular plants of the genus Madia
- Matricaria chamomilla / sweet false chamomile / Matricaria recutita / German chamomile / wild chamomile = annual Eurasian herb similar in fragrance and medicinal uses to chamomile though taste is more bitter and effect is considered inferior
- Matricaria matricarioides / rayless chamomile / pineapple weed = annual aromatic weed of Pacific coastal areas (United States and northeastern Asia) having bristle-pointed leaves and rayless yellow flowers
- rattlesnake root = a plant of the genus Nabalus
- Prenanthes serpentaria / Nabalus serpentarius / gall of the earth / lion's foot = common perennial herb widely distributed in the southern and eastern United States having drooping clusters of pinkish flowers and thick basal leaves suggesting a lion's foot in shape
- butterweed = any of several yellow-flowered plants of the genus Packera
- golden groundsel / golden ragwort / Senecio aureus / Packera aurea = weedy herb of the eastern United States to Texas having golden-yellow flowers; sometimes becomes invasive
- Petasites hybridus / Petasites vulgaris / bog rhubarb / butterbur = small Eurasian herb having broad leaves and lilac-pink rayless flowers
- Petasites fragrans / winter heliotrope / sweet coltsfoot = European herb with vanilla-scented white-pink flowers
- Petasites sagitattus / sweet coltsfoot = American sweet-scented herb
- hawkweed = any of various plants of the genus Pilosella
- stevia = any plant of the genus Piqueria or the closely related genus Stevia
- Prenanthes purpurea / rattlesnake root = herb of central and southern Europe having purple florets
- Pteropogon humboltianum / pteropogon = southern Australian plant having feathery hairs surrounding the fruit
- Pulicaria dysenterica / feabane mullet / fleabane = hairy perennial Eurasian herb with yellow daisylike flowers reputed to destroy or drive away fleas
- Raoulia australis / Raoulia lutescens / vegetable sheep / sheep plant = perennial prostrate mat-forming herb with hoary woolly foliage
- Sanvitalia procumbens / creeping zinnia = low-branching leafy annual with flower heads resembling zinnias
- Saussurea costus / Saussurea lappa / costusroot = annual herb of the eastern Himalayas (Kashmir) having purple florets and a fragrant root that yields a volatile oil used in perfumery and for preserving furs
- Scorzonera hispanica / black salsify / viper's grass / scorzonera = perennial south European herb having narrow entire leaves and solitary yellow flower heads and long black edible roots shaped like carrots
- Serratula tinctoria / sawwort = European perennial whose serrate leaves yield a yellow dye
- Our Lady's mild thistle / Silybum marianum / blessed thistle / lady's thistle / holy thistle / milk thistle = tall Old World biennial thistle with large clasping white-blotched leaves and purple flower heads
- stevia = any plant of the genus Stevia or the closely related genus Piqueria having glutinous foliage and white or purplish flowers
- Chrysanthemum balsamita / Tanacetum balsamita / mint geranium / balsam herb / bible leaf / costmary / alecost = tansy-scented Eurasian perennial herb with buttonlike yellow flowers; used as potherb or salad green and sometimes for potpourri or tea or flavoring
- Tanacetum camphoratum / camphor dune tansy = densely hairy plant with rayless flowers
- Chrysanthemum cinerariifolium / Tanacetum cinerariifolium / Dalmatian pyrethrum / Dalmatia pyrethrum / pyrethrum = white-flowered pyrethrum of Balkan area whose pinnate leaves are white and silky-hairy below; source of an insecticide
- Chrysanthemum parthenium / Tanacetum parthenium / feverfew = bushy aromatic European perennial herb having clusters of buttonlike white-rayed flower heads; valued traditionally for medicinal uses
- dandelion / blowball = any of several herbs of the genus Taraxacum having long tap roots and deeply notched leaves and bright yellow flowers followed by fluffy seed balls
- Tragopogon porrifolius / vegetable oyster / oyster plant / salsify = Mediterranean biennial herb with long-stemmed heads of purple ray flowers and milky sap and long edible root
- Trilisa odoratissima / wild vanilla = perennial of southeastern United States with leaves having the fragrance of vanilla
- Tripleurospermum inodorum / scentless false camomile / Matricaria inodorum / scentless camomile / scentless hayweed / scentless mayweed / corn mayweed = ubiquitous European annual weed with white flowers and finely divided leaves naturalized and sometimes cultivated in eastern North America
- Tripleurospermum oreades tchihatchewii / Matricaria oreades / turfing daisy = mat-forming perennial herb of Asia Minor
- Tripleurospermum tchihatchewii / Matricaria tchihatchewii / turfing daisy = low densely tufted perennial herb of Turkey having small white flowers; used as a ground cover in dry places
- Tussilago farfara / coltsfoot = perennial herb with large rounded leaves resembling a colt's foot and yellow flowers appearing before the leaves do; native to Europe but now nearly cosmopolitan
- ironweed / vernonia = any of various plants of the genus Vernonia of tropical and warm regions of especially North America that take their name from their loose heads of purple to rose flowers that quickly take on a rusty hue
- loasa = any of various perennial South American plants of the genus Loasa having stinging hairs and showy white or yellow or reddish-orange flowers
- bellflower / campanula = any of various plants of the genus Campanula having blue or white bell-shaped flowers
- primrose / primula = any of numerous short-stemmed plants of the genus Primula having tufted basal leaves and showy flowers clustered in umbels or heads
- pimpernel = any of several plants of the genus Anagallis
- black saltwort / Glaux maritima / sea milkwort / sea trifoly = a small fleshy herb common along North American seashores and in brackish marshes having pink or white flowers
- loosestrife = any of various herbs and subshrubs of the genus Lysimachia
- plumbago = any plumbaginaceous plant of the genus Plumbago
- graminaceous plant / gramineous plant = cosmopolitan herbaceous or woody plants with hollow jointed stems and long narrow leaves
- pasturage / herbage = succulent herbaceous vegetation of pasture land
- bur reed = marsh plant having elongated linear leaves and round prickly fruit
- lobelia = any plant or flower of the genus Lobelia
- Abelmoschus esculentus / Hibiscus esculentus / lady's-finger / okra plant / gumbo / okra = tall coarse annual of Old World tropics widely cultivated in southern United States and West Indies for its long mucilaginous green pods used as basis for soups and stews
- vegetable = any of various herbaceous plants cultivated for an edible part such as the fruit or the root of the beet or the leaf of spinach or the seeds of bean plants or the flower buds of broccoli or cauliflower
- simple = any herbaceous plant having medicinal properties
- Galax urceolata / beetleweed / wandflower / coltsfoot / galaxy / galax = tufted evergreen perennial herb having spikes of tiny white flowers and glossy green round to heart-shaped leaves that become coppery to maroon or purplish in fall
- wintergreen / pyrola = any of several evergreen perennials of the genus Pyrola
- prince's pine / pipsissewa = any of several plants of the genus Chimaphila
- one-flowered wintergreen / one-flowered pyrola / Moneses uniflora / Pyrola uniflora = delicate evergreen dwarf herb of north temperate regions having a solitary white terminal flower
- American columbo / American gentian / pyramid plant / deer's-ears / deer's-ear / columbo = any of various tall perennial herbs constituting the genus Frasera
- Frasera speciosa / Swertia speciosa / green gentian = tall herb with panicles of white flowers flushed with green; northwestern United States
- Swertia perennia / marsh felwort = perennial of damp places in mountains of Eurasia and North America having dull-colored blue or violet flowers
- bloodwort = any of various plants of the family Haemodoraceae
- Anigozanthus manglesii / Australian sword lily / kangaroo-foot plant / kangaroo's-foot / kangaroo's paw / kangaroo paw = sedgelike spring-flowering herb having clustered flowers covered with woolly hairs
- willowherb = a plant of the genus Epilobium having pink or yellow flowers and seeds with silky hairs
- evening primrose = any of several plants of the family Onagraceae
- canna = any plant of the genus Canna having large sheathing leaves and clusters of large showy flowers
- maranta = any of numerous herbs of the genus Maranta having tuberous starchy roots and large sheathing leaves
- banana tree / banana = any of several tropical and subtropical treelike herbs of the genus Musa having a terminal crown of large entire leaves and usually bearing hanging clusters of elongated fruits
- Ensete ventricosum / Abyssinian banana / Ethiopian banana / Musa ensete = large evergreen arborescent herb having huge paddle-shaped leaves and bearing inedible fruit that resemble bananas but edible young flower shoots
- Strelitzia reginae / bird of paradise = ornamental plant of tropical South Africa and South America having stalks of orange and purplish-blue flowers resembling a bird
- ginger = perennial plants having thick branching aromatic rhizomes and leafy reedlike stems
- Curcuma domestica / Curcuma longa / turmeric = widely cultivated tropical plant of India having yellow flowers and a large aromatic deep yellow rhizome
- Aframomum melegueta / grains of paradise / melagueta pepper / Guinea grains / Guinea pepper = West African plant bearing pungent peppery seeds
- Elettaria cardamomum / cardamom / cardamon = rhizomatous herb of India having aromatic seeds used as seasoning
- reseda = any plant of the genus Reseda
- viola = any of the numerous plants of the genus Viola
- false nettle / bog hemp = any of several flowering weeds of the genus Boehmeria lacking stinging hairs
- pellitory-of-the-wall / Parietaria difussa / wall pellitory / pellitory = herb that grows in crevices having long narrow leaves and small pink apetalous flowers
- flame flower / flame-flower / flameflower / kniphofia / tritoma = a plant of the genus Kniphofia having long grasslike leaves and tall scapes of red or yellow drooping flowers
- Asparagus officinales / edible asparagus / asparagus = plant whose succulent young shoots are cooked and eaten as a vegetable
- Asparagus setaceous / Asparagus plumosus / asparagus fern = a fernlike plant native to South Africa
- Aspidistra elatio / cast-iron plant / bar-room plant / aspidistra = evergreen perennial with large handsome basal leaves
- Bowiea volubilis / climbing onion = much-branched leafless twining South African herb cultivated as an ornamental for its bright green stems growing from large aboveground bulbs
- plantain lily / day lily = any of numerous perennials having mounds of sumptuous broad ribbed leaves and clusters of white, blue, or lilac flowers
- Paris quadrifolia / herb Paris = European herb with yellow-green flowers resembling and closely related to the trilliums
- Tacca leontopetaloides / Tacca pinnatifida / Indian arrowroot / pia = perennial herb of East Indies to Polynesia and Australia
- flax = plant of the genus Linum that is cultivated for its seeds and for the fibers of its stem
- Cassia marilandica / Senna marilandica / wild senna = North American perennial herb; leaves are used medicinally
- Anthyllis vulneraria / kidney vetch = perennial Eurasian herb having heads of red or yellow flowers and common in meadows and pastures
- crotalaria / rattlebox = any of various plants of the genus Crotalaria having inflated pods within which the seeds rattle
- Desmanthus ilinoensis / prairie mimosa / prickle-weed = perennial herb of North American prairies having dense heads of small white flowers
- Galega officinalis / goat's rue / goat rue = tall bushy European perennial grown for its pinnate foliage and slender spikes of blue flowers
- Glycyrrhiza glabra / liquorice / licorice = deep-rooted coarse-textured plant native to the Mediterranean region having blue flowers and pinnately compound leaves
- Glycyrrhiza lepidota / American liquorice / American licorice / wild liquorice / wild licorice = North American plant similar to true licorice and having a root with similar properties
- Lotus tetragonolobus / asparagus pea / winged pea = sprawling European annual having a 4-winged edible pod
- trefoil / medick / medic = any of several Old World herbs of the genus Medicago having small flowers and trifoliate compound leaves
- Onobrychis viciaefolia / Onobrychis viciifolia / holy clover / esparcet / sainfoin / sanfoin = Eurasian perennial herb having pale pink flowers and curved pods; naturalized in Britain and North America grasslands on calcareous soils
- Parochetus communis / shamrock pea = trailing trifoliate Asiatic and African herb having cobalt blue flowers
- Psoralea esculenta / Indian breadroot / pomme de prairie / pomme blanche / breadroot = densely hairy perennial of central North America having edible tuberous roots
- bush pea = any of various plants of the genus Thermopsis having trifoliate leaves and yellow or purple racemose flowers
- Trigonella ornithopodioides / bird's foot trefoil = Old World herb related to fenugreek
- Trigonella foenumgraecum / Greek clover / fenugreek = annual herb of southern Europe, North Africa and eastern Asia having off-white flowers and aromatic seeds used medicinally and in curry
- plantain = any of numerous plants of the genus Plantago; mostly small roadside or dooryard weeds with elliptic leaves and small spikes of very small flowers
- Fagopyrum esculentum / Polygonum fagopyrum / buckwheat = a member of the genus Fagopyrum
- rhubarb plant / rhubarb = plants having long green or reddish acidic leafstalks growing in basal clumps; stems (and only the stems) are edible when cooked
- sour grass / sorrel / dock = any of certain coarse weedy plants with long taproots, sometimes used as table greens or in folk medicine
- spiderwort / dayflower = any plant of the family Commelinaceae
- pineapple plant / Ananas comosus / pineapple = a tropical American plant bearing a large fleshy edible fruit with a terminal tuft of stiff leaves
- agrimonia / agrimony = a plant of the genus Agrimonia having spikelike clusters of small yellow flowers
- strawberry = any of various low perennial herbs with many runners and bearing white flowers followed by edible fruits having many small achenes scattered on the surface of an enlarged red pulpy berry
- Poterium sanguisorba / burnet bloodwort / salad burnet / pimpernel = European garden herb with purple-tinged flowers and leaves that are sometimes used for salads
- bedstraw = any of several plants of the genus Galium
- Triostium perfoliatum / horse gentian / tinker's root / wild coffee / feverroot = coarse weedy American perennial herb with large usually perfoliate leaves and purple or dull red flowers
- teasel / teasle / teazel = any of several herbs of the genus Dipsacus native to the Old World having flower heads surrounded by spiny bracts
- Impatiens capensis / lady's earrings / orange balsam / touch-me-not / celandine / jewelweed = North American annual plant with usually yellow or orange flowers
- geranium = any of numerous plants of the family Geraniaceae
- wood sorrel / oxalis / sorrel = any plant or flower of the genus Oxalis
- Ruta graveolens / herb of grace / rue = European strong-scented perennial herb with grey-green bitter-tasting leaves
- Dictamnus alba / burning bush / fraxinella / gas plant / dittany = Eurasian perennial herb with white flowers that emit flammable vapor in hot weather
- nasturtium = any tropical American plant of the genus Tropaeolum having pungent juice and long-spurred yellow to red flowers
- carnivorous plant = plants adapted to attract and capture and digest primarily insects but also other small animals
- Australian pitcher plant / Cephalotus follicularis = a carnivorous perennial herb having a green pitcher and hinged lid both with red edges
- sedum = any of various plants of the genus Sedum
- breakstone / saxifrage / rockfoil = any of various plants of the genus Saxifraga
- astilbe = any plant of the genus Astilbe having compound leaves and showy panicles of tiny colorful flowers
- bergenia = any plant of the genus Bergenia
- Peltiphyllum peltatum / Darmera peltata / Indian rhubarb / umbrella plant = rhizomatous perennial herb with large dramatic peltate leaves and white to bright pink flowers in round heads on leafless stems
- alumbloom / alumroot = any of several herbs of the genus Heuchera
- bishop's cap / miterwort / mitrewort = any of various rhizomatous perennial herbs of the genus Mitella having a capsule resembling a bishop's miter
- suksdorfia = any of several American plants of the genus Suksdorfia having orbicular to kidney-shaped somewhat succulent leaves and white or rose or violet flowers in terminal panicles
- Tiarella cordifolia / false miterwort / false mitrewort / foamflower / coolwart = stoloniferous white-flowered spring-blooming woodland plant
- Tolmiea menziesii / pickaback plant / piggyback plant / youth-on-age = vigorous perennial herb with flowers in erect racemes and having young plants develop at the junction of a leaf blade and the leafstalk
- polemonium = any plant of the genus Polemonium
- phlox = any polemoniaceous plant of the genus Phlox; chiefly North American
- acanthus = any plant of the genus Acanthus having large spiny leaves and spikes or white or purplish flowers
- Borago officinalis / tailwort / borage = hairy blue-flowered European annual herb long used in herbal medicine and eaten raw as salad greens or cooked like spinach
- Amsinckia intermedia / common amsinckia = annual of western United States with coiled spikes of yellow-orange coiled flowers
- large-flowered fiddleneck / Amsinckia grandiflora = annual of the western United States having large coiled flower spikes
- anchusa = any of various Old World herbs of the genus Anchusa having one-sided clusters of trumpet-shaped flowers
- Chinese forget-me-not / Cynoglossum amabile = biennial east Asian herb grown for its usually bright blue flowers
- Cynoglossum officinale / hound's-tongue = biennial shrub of Europe and western Asia having coarse tongue-shaped leaves and dark reddish-purple flowers
- Cynoglossum virginaticum / hound's-tongue = perennial shrub of North America having coarse tongue-shaped leaves and pale-blue to purple flowers
- viper's bugloss / Echium vulgare / blue thistle / blue devil / blueweed = a coarse prickly European weed with spikes of blue flowers
- stickweed = any of several herbaceous plants having seeds that cling to clothing
- Lithospermum officinale / gromwell = European perennial branching plant
- Lithospermum caroliniense / puccoon = perennial plant of eastern North America having hairy foliage yielding a red or yellow pigment
- Lithospermum canescens / hoary puccoon / Indian paint = perennial North American plant with greyish hairy foliage yielding a red or yellow pigment
- Mertensia virginica / Virginia bluebell / Virginia cowslip = smooth erect herb of eastern North America having entire leaves and showy blue flowers that are pink in bud
- garden forget-me-not / Myosotis sylvatica = small biennial to perennial herb of Europe, northern Africa and western Asia having blue, purple or white flowers
- Myosotis scorpiodes / forget-me-not / mouse ear = small perennial herb having bright blue or white flowers
- false gromwell = any of several North American perennial herbs with hairy foliage and small yellowish or greenish flowers
- comfrey / cumfrey = perennial herbs of Europe and Iran
- gesneria = any plant of the genus Gesneria
- waterleaf = any of several plants of the genus Hydrophyllum
- California yellow bells / Emmanthe penduliflora / whispering bells / yellow bells = viscid herb of arid or desert habitats of southwestern United States having pendulous yellow flowers
- nemophila = any plant of the genus Nemophila
- Nemophila menziesii / baby blue-eyes = delicate California annual having blue flowers marked with dark spots
- Pholistoma auritum / Nemophila aurita / fiesta flower = straggling California annual herb with deep purple or violet flowers
- Acinos arvensis / mother of thyme / Satureja acinos / basil thyme / basil balm = fragrant European mint having clusters of small violet-and-white flowers
- giant hyssop = any of a number of aromatic plants of the genus Agastache
- bugleweed / bugle = any of various low-growing annual or perennial evergreen herbs native to Eurasia
- stinking horehound / black archangel / black horehound / fetid horehound / Ballota nigra = ill-smelling European herb with rugose leaves and whorls of dark purple flowers
- wood mint = American herb of genus Blephilia with more or less hairy leaves and clusters of purplish or bluish flowers
- calamint = perennial aromatic herbs growing in hedgerows or scrub or open woodlands from western Europe to central Asia and in North America
- Clinopodium vulgare / Satureja vulgaris / cushion calamint / wild basil = aromatic herb having heads of small pink or whitish flowers
- Collinsonia canadensis / horse balm / stone root / stone-root / horseweed / stoneroot / richweed = erect perennial strong-scented with serrate pointed leaves and a loose panicle of yellowish flowers
- flame nettle / coleus = any of various Old World tropical plants of the genus Coleus having multicolored decorative leaves and spikes of blue flowers
- Dracocephalum parviflorum / dragon's head / dragonhead = American herb having sharply serrate lanceolate leaves and spikes of blue to violet flowers
- elsholtzia = any of various aromatic herbs of the genus Elsholtzia having blue or purple flowers in one-sided spikes
- Galeopsis tetrahit / dead nettle / hemp nettle = coarse bristly Eurasian plant with white or reddish flowers and foliage resembling that of a nettle
- American pennyroyal / Hedeoma pulegioides / pennyroyal = erect hairy branching American herb having purple-blue flowers
- Hyssopus officinalis / hyssop = a European mint with aromatic and pungent leaves used in perfumery and as a seasoning in cookery; often cultivated as a remedy for bruises
- dead nettle = any of various plants of the genus Lamium having clusters of small usually purplish flowers with two lips
- Leonotis leonurus / wilde dagga / Cape dagga / red dagga / dagga = relatively nontoxic South African herb smoked like tobacco
- Leonotis nepetaefolia / Leonotis nepetifolia / lion's-ear = pantropical herb having whorls of striking lipped flowers
- Leonurus cardiaca / motherwort = bitter Old World herb of hedgerows and woodland margins having toothed leaves and white or pale pink flowers
- Lycopus virginicus / bugleweed = a mildly narcotic and astringent aromatic herb having small whitish flowers
- Lycopus americanus / water horehound = aromatic perennial herb of United States
- Lycopus europaeus / gipsywort / gypsywort = hairy Eurasian herb with two-lipped white flowers
- origanum = any of various fragrant aromatic herbs of the genus Origanum used as seasonings
- horehound = any of various aromatic herbs of the genus Marrubium
- Melissa officinalis / garden balm / lemon balm / sweet balm / bee balm / beebalm = bushy perennial Old World mint having small white or yellowish flowers and fragrant lemon-flavored leaves
- mint = any north temperate plant of the genus Mentha with aromatic leaves and small mauve flowers
- Micromeria chamissonis / Micromeria douglasii / Satureja douglasii / yerba buena = trailing perennial evergreen herb of northwestern United States with small white flowers
- Micromeria juliana / savory = dwarf aromatic shrub of Mediterranean regions
- bells of Ireland / Molucella laevis / molucca balm = aromatic annual with a tall stems of small whitish flowers enclosed in a greatly enlarged saucer-shaped or bell-shaped calyx
- wild bergamot / monarda = any of various aromatic herbs of the genus Monarda
- Monardella lanceolata / mustang mint = fragrant California annual herb having lanceolate leaves and clusters of rose-purple flowers
- Nepeta cataria / catmint / catnip = hairy aromatic perennial herb having whorls of small white purple-spotted flowers in a terminal spike; used in the past as a domestic remedy
- basil = any of several Old World tropical aromatic annual or perennial herbs of the genus Ocimum
- Perilla frutescens crispa / beefsteak plant = plant grown for its ornamental red or purple foliage
- physostegia = any of various plants of the genus Physostegia having sessile linear to oblong leaves and showy white or rose or lavender flowers
- Prunella vulgaris / self-heal / heal all = decumbent blue-flowered European perennial thought to possess healing properties
- mountain mint = any of a number of perennial herbs of the genus Pycnanthemum
- Rosmarinus officinalis / rosemary = widely cultivated for its fragrant grey-green leaves used in cooking and in perfumery
- salvia / sage = any of various plants of the genus Salvia
- savory = any of several aromatic herbs or subshrubs of the genus Satureja having spikes of flowers attractive to bees
- helmetflower / skullcap = a herbaceous plant of the genus Scutellaria which has a calyx that, when inverted, resembles a helmet with its visor raised
- Scutellaria lateriflora / mad-dog skullcap / blue pimpernel / blue skullcap / mad-dog weed = an American mint that yields a resinous exudate used especially formerly as an antispasmodic
- Stachys sylvatica / hedge nettle / dead nettle = foul-smelling perennial Eurasiatic herb with a green creeping rhizome
- Stachys palustris / hedge nettle = perennial herb with an odorless rhizome widespread in moist places in northern hemisphere
- thyme = any of various mints of the genus Thymus
- Martynia annua / martynia = sprawling annual or perennial herb of Central America and West Indies having creamy-white to red-purple bell-shaped flowers followed by unusual horned fruit
- Sesamum indicum / sesame / benne / benni / benny = East Indian annual erect herb
- Proboscidea louisianica / common unicorn plant / common devil's claw / proboscis flower / elephant-tusk / devil's claw / ram's horn = annual of southern United States to Mexico having large whitish or yellowish flowers mottled with purple and a long curving beak
- Proboscidea arenaria / Martynia arenaria / sand devil's claw = alternatively placed in genus Martynia
- Proboscidea fragrans / sweet unicorn plant / Martynia fragrans = a herbaceous plant of the genus Proboscidea
- Aureolaria pedicularia / Gerardia pedicularia / false foxglove = multi-stemmed North American annual having solitary axillary dark golden-yellow flowers resembling those of the foxglove
- Aureolaria virginica / Gerardia virginica / false foxglove = sparsely branched North American perennial with terminal racemes of bright yellow flowers resembling those of the foxglove
- digitalis / foxglove = any of several plants of the genus Digitalis
- flannel leaf / velvet plant / mullein = any of various plants of the genus Verbascum having large usually woolly leaves and terminal spikes of yellow or white or purplish flowers
- Solanum melongena / eggplant bush / garden egg / aubergine / mad apple / eggplant / brinjal = hairy upright herb native to southeastern Asia but widely cultivated for its large glossy edible fruit commonly used as a vegetable
- Atropa belladonna / deadly nightshade / belladonna plant / belladonna = perennial Eurasian herb with reddish bell-shaped flowers and shining black berries; extensively grown in United States
- stinking nightshade / Hyoscyamus niger / black henbane / henbane = poisonous fetid Old World herb having sticky hairy leaves and yellow-brown flowers
- Hyoscyamus muticus / Egyptian henbane = poisonous herb whose leaves are a source of hyoscyamine
- Lycopersicon esculentum / tomato plant / love apple / tomato = native to South America
- Mandragora officinarum / devil's apples / mandrake = a plant of southern Europe and North Africa having purple flowers, yellow fruits and a forked root formerly thought to have magical powers
- Nicandra physaloides / apple of Peru / shoo fly = coarse South American herb grown for its blue-and-white flowers followed by a bladderlike fruit enclosing a dry berry
- tobacco plant / tobacco = aromatic annual or perennial herbs and shrubs
- nierembergia / cupflower = any of various plants of the genus Nierembergia having upturned bell-shaped flowers
- ground cherry / husk tomato = any of numerous cosmopolitan annual or perennial herbs of the genus Physalis bearing edible fleshy berries enclosed in a bladderlike husk
- salpiglossis = any plant of the genus Salpiglossis
- Scopolia carniolica = herb that is a source of scopolamine
- Mercurialis annua / boys-and-girls / herbs mercury / herb mercury = Eurafrican annual naturalized in America as a weed
- Mercurialis perennis / dog's mercury / dog mercury = European perennial weedy plant with greenish flowers
- Jatropha stimulosus / Cnidoscolus urens / Jatropha urens / spurge nettle / devil nettle / tread-softly / pica-pica = a stinging herb of tropical America
- umbelliferous plant / umbellifer = any of numerous aromatic herbs of the family Umbelliferae
- Anethum graveolens / dill = aromatic Old World herb having aromatic threadlike foliage and seeds used as seasoning
- angelique / angelica = any of various tall and stout herbs of the genus Angelica having pinnately compound leaves and small white or greenish flowers in compound umbels
- Anthriscus cereifolium / beaked parsley / chervil = aromatic annual Old World herb cultivated for its finely divided and often curly leaves for use especially in soups and salads
- Anthriscus sylvestris / wild chervil / cow parsley = coarse erect biennial Old World herb introduced as a weed in eastern North America
- Apium graveolens / wild celery = herb of Europe and temperate Asia
- Apium graveolens dulce / cultivated celery / celery = widely cultivated herb with aromatic leaf stalks that are eaten raw or cooked
- Apium graveolens rapaceum / turnip-rooted celery / celery root / knob celery / root celery / celeriac = grown for its thickened edible aromatic root
- masterwort / astrantia = any plant of the genus Astrantia
- Carum carvi / caraway = a Eurasian plant with small white flowers yielding caraway seed
- Conopodium denudatum / earthnut = a common European plant having edible tubers with the flavor of roasted chestnuts
- Coriandrum sativum / Chinese parsley / coriander plant / coriander / cilantro = Old World herb with aromatic leaves and seed resembling parsley
- Cuminum cyminum / cumin = dwarf Mediterranean annual long cultivated for its aromatic seeds
- Daucus carota sativa / cultivated carrot / carrot = perennial plant widely cultivated as an annual in many varieties for its long conical orange edible roots
- Eryngium aquaticum / button snakeroot = coarse prickly perennial eryngo with aromatic roots; southeastern United States
- fennel = any of several aromatic herbs having edible seeds and leaves and stems
- Heracleum sphondylium / cow parsnip / hogweed = tall coarse plant having thick stems and cluster of white to purple flowers
- Levisticum officinale / lovage = herb native to southern Europe
- Myrrhis odorata / sweet cicely = European herb with soft ferny leaves and white flowers
- Pastinaca sativa / parsnip = a strong-scented plant cultivated for its edible root
- Petroselinum crispum / parsley = annual or perennial herb with aromatic leaves
- Pimpinella anisum / anise plant / anise = native to Egypt but cultivated widely for its aromatic seeds and the oil from them used medicinally and as a flavoring in cookery
- snakeroot / sanicle = a plant of the genus Sanicula having palmately compound leaves and unisexual flowers in panicled umbels followed by bristly fruit
- stone parsley / moon carrot = any plant of the genus Seseli having dense umbels of small white or pink flowers and finely divided foliage
- stone parsley / Sison amomum = a slender roadside herb of western Europe and Mediterranean areas that has foliage resembling parsley and has white flowers with aromatic seeds
- Smyrnium olusatrum / horse parsley / black lovage / Alexanders / Alexander = European herb somewhat resembling celery widely naturalized in Britain coastal regions and often cultivated as a potherb
- corn salad = a plant of the genus Valerianella
- wort = usually used in combination: `liverwort'; `milkwort'
- peperomia = any of various plants of the genus Peperomia
- Anemopsis californica / yerba mansa = stoloniferous herb of southwestern United States and Mexico having a pungent rootstock and small spicate flowers with white bracts suggesting an anemone
- asclepiad = any plant of the family Asclepiadaceae
- milkweed / silkweed = any of numerous plants of the genus Asclepias having milky juice and pods that split open releasing seeds with downy tufts
- starfish flower / carrion flower / stapelia = any of various plants of the genus Stapelia having succulent leafless toothed stems resembling cacti and large foul-smelling (often star-shaped) flowers
- part: vegetable / veggie / veg = edible seeds or roots or stems or leaves or bulbs or tubers or nonsweet fruits of any of numerous herbaceous plant
- aromatic potherb used in cookery for its savory qualities
- lexical domain: Foods & Drinks - nouns denoting foods and drinks
- more generic words: flavorer / flavoring / flavourer / flavouring / seasoner / seasoning = something added to food primarily for the savor it imparts
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- fines herbes = a mixture of finely chopped fresh herbs
- sweet basil / basil = leaves of the common basil
- bay leaf = dried leaf of the bay laurel
- borage = an herb whose leaves are used to flavor sauces and punches
- hyssop = bitter leaves used sparingly in salads
- caraway = leaves used sparingly in soups and stews
- chervil = fresh ferny parsley-like leaves used as a garnish with chicken and veal and omelets and green salads and spinach
- chives = cylindrical leaves used fresh as a mild onion-flavored seasoning
- healing herb / comfrey = leaves make a popular tisane
- Chinese parsley / coriander / cilantro = parsley-like herb used as seasoning or garnish
- costmary = leaves used sparingly (because of bitter overtones) in sauces and soups and stuffings
- common fennel / fennel = leaves used for seasoning
- lemon balm = lemony leaves used for a tisane or in soups or fruit punches
- lovage = stalks eaten like celery or candied like angelica
- marjoram / oregano = pungent leaves used as seasoning with meats and fowl and in stews and soups and omelets
- mint = the leaves of a mint plant used fresh or candied
- parsley = aromatic herb with flat or crinkly leaves that are cut finely and used to garnish food
- rosemary = extremely pungent leaves used fresh or dried as seasoning for especially meats
- rue = leaves sometimes used for flavoring fruit or claret cup but should be used with great caution: can cause irritation like poison ivy
- sage = aromatic fresh or dried grey-green leaves used widely as seasoning for meats and fowl and game etc
- savoury / savory = either of two aromatic herbs of the mint family
- sweet woodruff / waldmeister = fragrant dark green leaves used to flavor May wine
- sweet cicely = fresh ferny leaves and green seeds used as garnish in salads and cold vegetables
- estragon / tarragon = fresh leaves (or leaves preserved in vinegar) used as seasoning
- thyme = leaves can be used as seasoning for almost any meat and stews and stuffings and vegetables
- angelica = aromatic stems or leaves or roots of Angelica Archangelica
- dill weed / dill = aromatic threadlike foliage of the dill plant used as seasoning
- tea leaf / tea = dried leaves of the tea shrub
Herb: In general use, herbs are any plants used for food, flavoring, medicine, or perfume. Culinary use typically distinguishes herbs as referring to the leafy green parts of a plant, from a "spice", a product from another part of the plant, including seeds, berries, bark, roots and fruits.
- also known as травы, Herba, Травка, Биљка, Trava, Travka, Biljka, Vaistažolė, Bylina
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"Herb" is a 2007 South Korean film, directed by Heo In-moo. Kang Hye-jung stars in the lead role as a 20-year old woman with the mental and emotional skills of a seven-year old, who falls in love with a policeman she sees as her Prince Charming, but must face tragedy when she is forced to deal with certain realities about herself and those around her.
- also known as Heobeu, Hŏbŭ
- country: South Korea
- language: Korean Language
- director: In-mu Heo
- producer: Moo-seung Park
- written by In-mu Heo, Seo-won Jeong, Geun-cheol Kim, Jae-yun Lee, Mi-young Park, Yeon-ju Sin, Hyun-hee Son
- cinematography by Yoon Hong-shik
- music by Jo Seong-woo
- genres: Korean drama, East Asian cinema, World cinema, Romance Film, Drama
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- Herb a.k.a. Herb Edelman: Herbert "Herb" Edelman was an American actor of stage, film and television. He was twice nominated for an Emmy Award for his television work. One of his best remembered roles was as Stanley Zbornak, the ex-husband of Dorothy Zbornak on the long-running situation comedy The Golden Girls. He also had a recurring role on the 1980s medical drama St. Elsewhere.
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- Herb a.k.a. Herb The Nerd: Where's Herb? was an advertising campaign for the fast food chain Burger King in 1985 and 1986. The television commercials featured a fictional character named Herb, who was described as never having eaten a Burger King burger in his life. They called on fans to visit their local Burger King in the hope of finding Herb and winning a prize. The campaign also included an "I'm not Herb" promotion, in which customers could get a discounted Whopper by including the phrase in their order. At first, people were confused because they did not know what Herb looked like. When his appearance was revealed, however, many people lost interest in the promotion. The promotion was poorly received and was the last campaign that the J. Walter Thompson firm was hired to design for Burger King.
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Or, Home-book of Health: an Approved Household Guide, for Avoiding Disease and Prolonging Life, Giving Clear Directions in Cases of Drowning, Poisoning, Wounds and Other Emergencies, with Plain Instructions for Managing the Sick-room and Nursing the Sick; and Pointing Out the Best Methods for Securing Pure Air, Pure Water, and Proper Drainage for Dwellings and Premises, and Familiarly Indicating the Causes and Symptoms and the Requisite Treatment for the Cure of the Diseases Incident to Men, Women, and Children, with the Simplest and Best Remedies; More Especially Those from the Vegetable Materia Medica. Accurate Descriptions are Given of the Forms, Properties and Uses of Hundreds of Well-known Medicinal Plants. Also, Separate Treatises on Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene, on Domestic and Sanitary Economy, and Illustrated Lessons for Physical Recreation in Swimming, Rowing, Riding, Jumping, Etc., with an Appendix, Containing Some 400 Tested Practical Recipes, and Remedies for Diseases of Domestic Animals by John Charles Gunn
The herb is the part used. MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USEs.—It is a stimulant tonic and anthe mintic. Good for Worms, and, in moderate doses, promotes the appetite, strengthens the digestive organs, and the whole system. Used in ...
Textbook of Natural Medicine (2013)
by Joseph E. Pizzorno, Michael T. Murray
However, the complex composition of an herbal medicine makes it unwise to ignore the other constituents. The best scenario for determining the quality of an herb is the level of active components or key biological markers, along with taking ...
by Sir George Watt
The whole herb is an aromatic tonic, and formerly enjoyed a high reputation in debility of the digestive organs. It was also regarded as an anthelmintic, but, as Christison remarked, through the caprice of fashion, it is neglected at the present ...
by John Davidson, M Usman
The herb is an excellent immunity booster, encourages white blood formation and resistance to harmful organisms. Thyme is also very effective against infections, digestive and respiratory to highlight a few. It can be taken as a cure to diarrhea ...
A Backyard Guide to Growing Your Own Food, Canning, Keeping Chickens, Generating Your Own Energy, Crafting, Herbal Medicine, and More by Abigail R. Gehring
Herbal Medicine An herb is a plant or plant ...
What Parents and Professionals Can Do for Childhood Emotional and Behavioral Problems by Kenneth Talan
An herb is a scented annual, biennial, or perennial plant used in medicine or food seasoning. It has a soft stem containing little wood and usually produces seeds. It dies back at the end of the growing season. Herbs used medicinally affect ...
Managerial Economics (2012)
by Ivan Png
Since the herb is a key input into Venus's manufacturing process, it provides a benefit that can be measured as the revenue generated less the costs of other associated inputs. The herb, however, must be bought from Indonesian growers.
The Encyclopedia of Herbs (2009)
A Comprehensive Reference to Herbs of Flavor and Fragrance by Thomas DeBaggio, Arthur O. Tucker
Hill, Handlist Herb. Plt. Kew ed. 3. 122. 1925 (P. hortense Auct., P. sativum Hoffm.). Native country: Parsley is native to southeast Europe and western Asia. General habit: Parsley is a biennial herb to 75 cm. Leaves: Leaves are ...
by Scott Cunningham
Haya: Beech Haymaids: Ground Ivy Hazels: Hawthorn Headache: Poppy Head Waak: Poppy Healing Herb: Comfrey Heart Leaf: Liverwort Heart's Ease: Pansy Heath: Heather Hebenon: Henbane Hedge Taper: Mullein Hedgemaids: Ground ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (5 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi
Alain; Pancratium expansum Herb.; Pancratium expansum Sims; Pancratium latifolium Mill.; Pancratium patens Delile, nom. illeg.) Florida, Caribbean. See Species Plantarum 1: 290. 1753, Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London 1: ...
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- Herb Meaning
Video shows what herb means. Any green, leafy plant, or parts thereof, used to flavor or season food.. Plant whose roots, leaves or seeds, etc. are used in ...
- Death's herb Meaning
Video shows what death's herb means. The deadly nightshade.. Death's herb Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say death's herb.
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- Herb tea Meaning
Video shows what herb tea means. A beverage (a tisane) made by steeping herbs (sometimes also includes other plants, such as spices), other than tea leaves, ...
- Manurewa Intermediate School Herb wheel explanation
- Cabbage herb -- Cautions, Components, Description.
Cabbage has long been used to heal ulcers as it contains mucilage that coats the lining of the digestive tract, protecting it from irritants and excessive acid.
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- Herb Reich reads his poem, Dictionary
Herb Reich reads his poem, Dictionary, at the Askew poetry journal reading at Beyond Baroque on December 7, 2013. This was a celebration to mark the ...
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Scrabble value of H4E1R1B3
The value of this 4-letter word is 9 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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