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Ribwort belongs to the family of plantain. This perrenial grass you will not meet in the deaf deserted places, it everywhere accompanies humans! This "attachment" is explained by the ability of ribwort to settle, mastering new areas, special properties of seeds, the spread of which occurs due to the adhesion of road dust to the feet of passers-by, the wheels of passing vehicles. So the seeds of ribwort wander, mastering the roads of countries and continents.
Mallow, also called forest Mallow - a plant widespread in the forest part of Europe. Mallow has a erect pubescent stem, leaves mostly with five pointed blades, with wavy-serrated edges, at the base of the heart-shaped or blunt. Medicinal plant raw materials of forest mallow are flowers of pale purple color with purple veins, having a mucous taste. Pliny recommended mallow leaves and flowers as a component of the daily diet, improving the digestion of fatty foods. Saint Hildegard (Germany) in the XII century used the infusion of flowers for chills.
Sage medicinal - shrub up to 50 cm, densely pubescent with grayish-green stems and leaves. Stems are numerous, branched, tetrahedral, leafy, opposite leaves, flowers are collected 6-8 in false whorls, forming on top of loose spikelet inflorescences. Homeland – The Mediterranean. All parts of the plant contain essential oil, the main component of which is cineol. In addition to essential oil, sage contains tannins and triterpene acids.
Perennial herb up to 50 cm tall with a beautiful corymbose inflorescence of white or pink color. The leaf blade is cut into numerous slices, which explains the name of the plant – yarrow. The people of yarrow has many names, among which the most common – "cut", "soldier's grass" – reflect its hemostatic and wound healing properties.
Eucalyptus of the Myrtle family is an evergreen fast-growing trees with leaves ovate-heart-shaped. They are truly amazing, because they constantly monitor the finding of sunlight, moving their leaf plates in the direction of ultraviolet rays. In the wild, eucalyptus can be found only on the" marsupial continent " and the adjacent archipelagos, but in the southern regions of our country is growing his brother, able to withstand lower temperatures. The chemical composition of eucalyptus leaves is quite multifaceted: up to 3% of essential oil, the main component of which is cineol, flavonoids and tannins.
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