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Related to Grindelia: Grindelia robusta, Grindelia squarrosa
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gumweed

gumweed

Yellow gummy flowers with very aromatic leaves. Tea made from flowers and leaves used for lung and kidney issues like bronchitis, asthma, coughs, tuberculosis, pneumonia, gonorrhea, colds. Also used for stomach and spleen cancer, gonorrhea, tuberculosis. Relaxing sedative and anti-spasmodic
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Se hallaron diferencias significativas en las preferencias de especies vegetales nativas: Senecio filaginoides y Lycium chilense fueron los items mas preferidos, Sporobolus rigens y Atriplex lampa los menos, y Schinus jocnstonii y Grindelia chiloensis en un orden intermedio.
western goldenrod treasure flower, Gazania linearis (Thunb.) Druce * African daisy Glebionis coronaria (L.) Spach * garland or crown daisy Grindelia camporum Greene common gumplant Hedypnois cretica (L.) Dum.-Cours.
Presl Onagraceae (1%) Erythronium grandijlorum Pursh Liliaceae * Grindelia squarrosa (Pursh) Dunal Asteraceae (1%) Isatis tinctoria L.
The steps entail applying to the exposed skin a composition made by combining: three surfactants consisting of polysorbate 20, polyoxyethylene lauryl ether, and coconut diethanolamide; a thickening agent consisting of a carbomer; a preservative consisting of benzethonium chloride; a topical analgesic consisting of grindelia robusta extract; an inert scrubbing medium consisting of polyethylene beads; at least one fragrance; and purified water in a form allowing for application to skin.
* Erigeron pubescens BPQ, BQ, VS 3 Kunth * Grindelia inuloides BP 1 Willd.
Botanicals that we frequently choose include horehound, grindelia, prickly ash, lobelia, cayenne, ginger, and licorice.
La forma de la inflorescencia en capitulo sugiere que el yacon atrae a los insectos generalistas, asi como sucede en Grindelia covasii (Asteraceae), en donde el hospedero es mas importante para el visitante que el caso contrario (Roitman, 1999).