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bastard pellitory

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  • Pellitory — may refer to:* Anacyclus pyrethrum or pellitory, a plant containing an oil once used for toothaches and facial neuralgia * Achillea ptarmica or European pellitory, bastard pellitory, or wild pellitory * Parietaria officinalis or Pellitory of the… …   Wikipedia

  • List of plants by common name — The common names of plants often vary from region to region, which is why most plant encyclopedias refer to plants using their scientific names: binomials, or Latin names. Many plants have several common names, and many common names refer to… …   Wikipedia

  • Achillea ptarmica — Taxobox name = Sneezewort image width = 240px regnum = Plantae divisio = Magnoliophyta classis = Magnoliopsida ordo = Asterales familia = Asteraceae genus = Achillea species = A. ptarmica binomial = Achillea ptarmica binomial authority = L.… …   Wikipedia

  • Wort plants — This is an alphabetical listing of wort plants, meaning plants that employ the syllable wort in their English language common names. According to the Oxford English Dictionary s Ask Oxford site, A word with the suffix wort is often very old. The… …   Wikipedia

  • List of wort plants — This is an alphabetical listing of wort plants, meaning plants that employ the syllable wort in their English language common names. According to the Oxford English Dictionary s Ask Oxford site, A word with the suffix wort is often very old. The… …   Wikipedia

  • sneezewort — noun Achillea ptarmica, a hardy flowering plant, poisonous to cattle, sheep and horses, but with various herbal applications in humans. Syn: bastard pellitory, fair maid of France, goosetongue, sneezeweed, white tansy, wild pellitory …   Wiktionary

  • List of plants in The English Physitian (1652 book) — Below is the list of plants, listed under the section Catalogue of the Herbs and Plants, in this Treatise, appropriated to their several PLANETS in the 1652 medical text The English Physitian: or an Astrologo physical Discourse of the Vulgar… …   Wikipedia


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