Botanical: Angelica Archangelica (LINN.)
Family: N.O. Umbelliferae
Parts Used: leaves, seeds, root.
Habitat: with the assumption of expert's
botanists the species of
Angelica: is supposed to be inhabitant of
Syria from whence it has increase to different cool European
Uses: Angelica is mainly used in the grocery business,
as well as for Ayurvedic medicine, and is a accepted flavoring
for liqueurs and confectionery.
Botanical: Pimpinella anisum.
Family: N.O. Umbelliferae.
Part Used: fruits or Seeds.
Habitat: Anise is a native of Greece, Egypt, Asia Minor and Crete and was refined by the earliest Egyptians.
Medicinal Action and Uses: pectoral and Carminative. Anise is well known for the medicine of pectoral and coughs cares.
Scientific name: Pyrus spp.
Habitat: The best climate for the growth of Apple is North America climate which is suits for the growth of it. A cool environment is really essential for Apple.
Medical uses: According to experts botanists Apple can reduce the higher risk of prostate cancer, colon cancer and lung cancer.
Scientific name: Astragalus membranaceous.
Family : Fabaceae and sub family is Faboideae.
Medical Uses: Astragalus membranaceus is a tonic which is mainly used in Chinese Medicine. It is supposed to be a galactagogue, and recent research shows that it can be build up the human immune system.
Common uses: Astragalus is also used in Chinese herb for deficiency of vital energy, diarrhea and night sweats.
Scientific name: Apocynum cannabinum L.
Common name: Dogbane.
Family: Apocynaceae - Dogbane family.
Common Names: Rheumatism-weed, Canadian hemp, milkweed, Amy-root, bitterroot, Choctaw-root, Indian-physic, bowman's-root, American hemp, wild cotton.
Habitat and range: The Apocynum or Black Indian hemp is the inhabitant of this same country and may be occurs in grove and along the borders of ancient fields throughout the United States.
Uses: Apocynum or Hemp dogbane is also known for it's utilized as cordage.
Botanical: Arnica Montana.
Family: N.O. Compositae.
Parts Used: Flowers and root.
Habitat: Arnica montana or Leopard's Bane is a permanent medicine, native to Central Europe, mountain fields and in woods. It has been also found in Southern Scotland and England.
Medical uses: Arnica used to be included in the family of Senecioneae, because it has a pappus of right bristles.
Botanical: Agrimonia Eupatoria.
Family: N.O. Rosaceae.
Part Used: The herb.
Habitat: The plant of Agrimony is mainly found richly throughout England, on all waste places and in dry brush and on hedge-banks and the sides of fields. In Scotland Agrimony is much more limited and does not go through far northward.
Medicinal Action and Uses: Astringent or effective tonic, diuretic. Agrimony has had a big status for curing liver complaints and jaundice.