tussilago farfara


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Related to tussilago farfara: Verbascum thapsus, Althaea officinalis, Turnera diffusa
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coltsfoot

coltsfoot

Yellow dandelion-type flower with thinner petals around a more pronounced center bulb. Stalk is reddish and scaly. Rounded leaves that become distinctly big and recognizably shaped. Great for lung infections and breathing problems, head and chest congestion, cough suppressant . Soothing to the stomach and intestines. Dry the leaves and flowers and make a medicinal tea from it but do not eat. Great for chest infections and respiratory issues- Don't eat raw but can be used as tea- the heat dissipates the toxins. Make soothing cough medicine by combining with horehound, ginger and licorice root. Don’t take if you have a weak liver or pregnant.
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Tussilago farfara, Lobelia inflate and Prunus serrotina)
The reproductive strategy of higher plants, II: The reproductive strategy of Tussilago farfara L.
There are, however, exceptions: models consistent with published seed dispersal data for Tussilago farfara show that even in the absence of occasional dispersal events, T.
The plant called belokopytnik (202) is not a 'grass', but a 'herb'; this is the standard Russian common name for Tussilago farfara, colt's foot.
nemorosa, Tussilago farfara, Caltha palustris, Calluna vulgaris, and Vaccinium myrtillus, and annual dates of leaf bud burst in Betula odorata (Table 1); these species or genera occur in the diets of the northern ungulates that we studied (Clutton-Brock et al.